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Grammatical institutes: or, An easy introduction to Dr. Lowth's English grammar: [microform] : designed for the use of schools, and to lead young gentlemen and ladies into the knowledge of the first principles of the English language. / By John Ash, L.L.D. ; With an appendix containing, I. The declension of irregular and defective verbs.--II. The application of the grammatical institutes.--III. Some useful observations on the elipses.--IV. Excercises of bad English.--V. Lessons on the English language. ; To which are added, select lessons, to instil just sentiments of virtue in youth. And a collection of books, proper for young gentlemen and ladies, to shorten the path to knowledge.

Author/Creator:
Ash, John, 1724?-1779.
Other Title:
Library for young gentlemen and ladies.
Regular syntax.
Edition:
Revised, corrected, and enlarged. To this Philadelphia edition is now added, for the first time-- An essay on punctuation-- being an abridgement of a celebrated performance, lately published in London, on that subject.
Publication:
Philadelphia: : Printed and sold by Peter Stewart, in Third-Street, the fourth door below Market-Street., M.DCC.LXXXVIII. [1788]
Series:
Early American imprints. First series ; no. 20936.
Format/Description:
Microformat
xxii, [1], 24-122 [i.e., 222] p. ; 14 cm. (18mo)
Subjects:
Lowth, Robert, 1710-1787. Short introduction to English grammar.
English language -- Grammar.
Children's literature -- Bibliography.
Form/Genre:
Grammars.
Booksellers' advertisements -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia.
Place of Publication:
United States Pennsylvania Philadelphia.
Notes:
Errors in paging: p. 218-222 misnumbered 118-122.
"A library for young gentlemen and ladies."--p. [175-180].
"An essay on punctuation, lately published in London. [By Joseph Robertson]"--p. [181]-216.
"A regular syntax."--p. [217-222].
Bookseller's advertisement, [2] p. at end.
Microfiche. [New York : Readex Microprint, 1985] 11 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. First series ; no. 20936).
Cited in:
Evans 20936
Contains:
Robertson, J. (Joseph), 1726-1802. Essay on punctuation.
OCLC:
55819911
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