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MLA

Brinsley, John. The Posing of the Parts, Or, A Most Plain and Easie Way of Examining the Accidence and Grammar, by Questions and Answers, Arising Directly Out of the Words of the Rules: Whereby All Scholars May Attain Most Speedily to the Perfect Learning, Full Understanding, and Right Use Thereof, for Their Happy Proceeding In the Latine Tongue : Gathered Purposely for the Benefit of Schooles, and for the Use and Delight of Masters and Scholars. The tenth edition, corrected and inlarged London: Printed by Robert Young, 1639.

APA

Brinsley, J. (1639). The posing of the parts, or, A most plain and easie way of examining the accidence and grammar, by questions and answers, arising directly out of the words of the rules: whereby all scholars may attain most speedily to the perfect learning, full understanding, and right use thereof, for their happy proceeding in the Latine tongue : gathered purposely for the benefit of schooles, and for the use and delight of masters and scholars. The tenth edition, corrected and inlarged London: Printed by Robert Young.

Chicago

Brinsley, John, The Posing of the Parts, Or, A Most Plain and Easie Way of Examining the Accidence and Grammar, by Questions and Answers, Arising Directly Out of the Words of the Rules: Whereby All Scholars May Attain Most Speedily to the Perfect Learning, Full Understanding, and Right Use Thereof, for Their Happy Proceeding In the Latine Tongue : Gathered Purposely for the Benefit of Schooles, and for the Use and Delight of Masters and Scholars. The tenth edition, corrected and inlarged London: Printed by Robert Young, 1639.