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MLA

Sutton, R. A General Examination of the Common Greek Grammar: To Which Is Added a Particular Examination, First, of the Formation of Barytonous Verbs, Throughtout All Their Moods and Tenses In Each Voice: Secondly, of the Declension of Holopathous and Oligopathous Nouns Substantives & Adjectives Throughout All Their Cases In Each Number. According to Dr. Busby's Method. Chiefly Intended for Grounding the Young Beginners In the Greek Tongue, In the Free-school At Newark Upon Trent In Nottinghamshire. London: printed for H. Mortlock, at the Phœnix in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1689.

APA

Sutton, R. (1689). A general examination of the common Greek grammar: To which is added a particular examination, first, of the formation of barytonous verbs, throughtout all their moods and tenses in each voice: secondly, of the declension of holopathous and oligopathous nouns substantives & adjectives throughout all their cases in each number. According to Dr. Busby's method. Chiefly intended for grounding the young beginners in the Greek tongue, in the Free-School at Newark upon Trent in Nottinghamshire. London: printed for H. Mortlock, at the Phœnix in St. Paul's Church-Yard.

Chicago

Sutton, R., A General Examination of the Common Greek Grammar: To Which Is Added a Particular Examination, First, of the Formation of Barytonous Verbs, Throughtout All Their Moods and Tenses In Each Voice: Secondly, of the Declension of Holopathous and Oligopathous Nouns Substantives & Adjectives Throughout All Their Cases In Each Number. According to Dr. Busby's Method. Chiefly Intended for Grounding the Young Beginners In the Greek Tongue, In the Free-School At Newark Upon Trent In Nottinghamshire. London: printed for H. Mortlock, at the Phœnix in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1689.