The rudiments of Latin grammar, founded on the definition and rules of Thomas Ruddiman; to which is annexed, a complete system of prosody: the whole compiled from the best authorities, and affectionately inscribed to his pupils. William Burke, principal of the Richmond Seminary.
The rudiments of Latin grammar, founded on the definition and rules of Thomas Ruddiman; to which is annexed, a complete system of prosody: the whole compiled from the best authorities, and affectionately inscribed to his pupils

The rudiments of Latin grammar, founded on the definition and rules of Thomas Ruddiman; to which is annexed, a complete system of prosody: the whole compiled from the best authorities, and affectionately inscribed to his pupils

Richmond: printed by Samuel Shepherd & Co., 1832. First edition, 12mo, pp. [4], iv, [1], 6-186; contemporary full sheep, black morocco label lettered in gilt on spine; very good. OCLC locates only the Huntington and Virginia copies. Not in Vancil. Item #55208

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