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SUBJECTS (1-17 of 17)
Latin language -- Conversation and phrase books -- English -- Early works to 1800.
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    E-RESOURCE 1625

Corderius dialogues translated grammatically : for the more speedy attaining to the knowledge of the Latine tongue, for writing and speaking Latine. Done chiefly for the good of schooles, to be vsed according to the direction set downe in the booke,

    Cordier, Mathurin, 1479-1564.
London : Printed by I. D[awson] for Thomas Man, and are to be sold by T. P[avier] and others,        12 unnumbered pages, 169 pages, 168-306 pages 1625
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    E-RESOURCE 1691

Familiar form of speaking : compos'd for the use of schools, formerly fitted for the exercise of a private school only, now published for common use. Partly gathered, partly composed.

   
London : printed by T.J. for Tho. Helder, at the sign of the Angel in Little-Britain, near Aldersgate,    The eighth edition, corrected and amended, and somewhat inlarged.    9 unnumbered pages, 2-183, 1 unnumbered page 1691
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    E-RESOURCE 1485?

I shal disceyue them by sum mene ...

    Terence.
[London] : [W. de Machlinia],        [2+] 1485?
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    E-RESOURCE 1645

Janua linguarum, or an easie and compendious method and course for the attaining all tongues, especially the Latine : Wherein are Latine sentences one thousand foure hundred, containing all the more usuall words of the Latine tongue, simple and compo

    Bathe, William, 1564-1614.
London : Printed by James Young, and are to be sold by John Clarke junior, at his shop in the porch entring into Mercers Chappell,        7 unnumbered pages, 171 pages, 228 unnumbered pages 1645
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    E-RESOURCE 1634

Janua linguarum, or An easie and compendious method and course for the attaining all tongues, especially the Latine. : Wherein are Latine sentences one thousand foure hundred, containing all the more usuall words of the Latine tongue, simple and comp

    Bathe, William, 1564-1614.
London, : Printed by R. Young, and are sold by George Lathum, at the signe of the Bishops head in Pauls Church-yard,    The eighth edition, more compleat than the former, by the care and study of Th. Horne.    [2]+ leaves 1634
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    E-RESOURCE 1655

Phraseologia puerilis, sive elegantiae sermonis, latini pariter atque anglicani, capitatim concinnatae, atque in methodum alphabetariam distributae, in usum scholastici tyrocinii : politiae utpote puerilem, ad utriusque linguae politiem, in pecultari

    Clarke, John, 1596?-1658.
London : Printed by R[oger] D[aniel] for Francis Eglesfield, at the Marigold in St. Paul's Church-yard,    The third edition, methodically digested, and very much enlarged / by the author John Clarke ...    14 unnumbered pages, 392 pages, 6 unnumbered pages 1655
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    E-RESOURCE 1530

Vnlgaria viri doctissimi Guil. Hormanni Cæsarisburgensis.

    Horman, William, -1535.
[Apud inclytam Londini urbem :] : [Per VVinandum de VVorde],        656 unnumbered pages 1530
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    PRINTED BOOKS 1926

Vulgaria / by William Horman ... ; first printed by Richard Pynson in 1519 ; now reprinted, with an introduction by Montague Rhodes James ... ...

    Horman, William, -1535.
Oxford : Printed for presentation to the members of the Roxburghe Club [at the Oxford university press],        xxx, 455 pages, 3 unnumbered leaves of plates : illustrations, frontispiece, facsimiles ; 31 cm 1926
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    E-RESOURCE 1485?

Vulgaria q[ue]da[m] abs There[n]cio in Anglicam linguam t[ra]ducta.

    Terence.
[London] : [W. de Machlinia],        [58+] 1485?
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    E-RESOURCE 1519

Vulgaria sta[n]brigiana.

    Stanbridge, John, 1463-1510.
[Imprynted at London :] : [In Flete strete by wynkyn de worde at the sygne of the sonne],        36 unnumbered pages 1519
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    E-RESOURCE 1520?

Vulgaria stanbrigi.

    Stanbridge, John, 1463-1510.
[London :] : [Printed by Wynkyn de Worde],        [14+] 1520?
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    E-RESOURCE 1486

Vulgaria Therentii in anglicanam linguam traducta.

    Terence.
[Antwerpi :] : [Imp[rimi]ssa p[er] me Gerardu[m] leeu,        40 unnumbered pages 1486
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    E-RESOURCE 1519

Vulgaria uiri doctissimi Guil. Hormani Cæsariburgensis..

    Horman, William, -1535.
[London] : Apud inclytam Londini urbem.,        [1]+ leaves 1519
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