A grammar of the Greek language: [microform] : originally composed for the College-School, at Gloucester: in which it has been the editor's design to reject what, in the most improved editions of Cambden [i.e., Camden], is redundant: to supply what is deficient: to reduce to order what is intricate and confused: and to consign to an appendix what is not requisite to be got by heart.
- Printed at Boston, : by I. Thomas and E.T. Andrews. Sold by them in Boston; by Thomas, Andrews & Penniman, Albany; by Thomas, Andrews & Butler, Baltimore; by I. Thomas, Worcester; and by most of the booksellers in America., April, 1800.
, 123 [i.e., 223],  p. ; 19 cm. (12mo)
- First American from the third London edition. Recommended by the University at Cambridge (Mass.) to be used by those who are intended for that seminary.
- Early American imprints. First series ; no. 37085.
Early American imprints. First series ; no. 37537.