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MLA

Bayne, James. A Short Introduction to the Latin Grammar: with a Vocabulary More Copious Than Mr. Watt's, and Less Tedious Than That Printed by Mr. Fairbairn; Whereof a Great Part Is Translated From the Rudiments and Vocabulary of the Author of the New Method: To Which Are Subjoin'd The Sayings of the Wise-men, Cato's Moral Precepts, William Lilly's and John Sulpitius's Instructions to School Boys. By Mr. James Bayne, School-master In Dumfermline. Edinburgh: printed by John Moncur, and sold at his printing-house at the foot of the Bull-Closs, opposite to the Trone, 1714.

APA

Bayne, J. (1714). A short introduction to the Latin grammar: with a vocabulary more copious than Mr. Watt's, and less tedious than that printed by Mr. Fairbairn; whereof a great Part is translated from the Rudiments and Vocabulary of the Author of the New Method: To which are Subjoin'd The Sayings of the Wise-Men, Cato's Moral Precepts, William Lilly's and John Sulpitius's Instructions to School Boys. By Mr. James Bayne, School-Master in Dumfermline. Edinburgh: printed by John Moncur, and sold at his printing-house at the foot of the Bull-Closs, opposite to the Trone.

Chicago

Bayne, James. A Short Introduction to the Latin Grammar: With a Vocabulary More Copious Than Mr. Watt's, and Less Tedious Than That Printed by Mr. Fairbairn; Whereof a Great Part Is Translated From the Rudiments and Vocabulary of the Author of the New Method: To Which Are Subjoin'd The Sayings of the Wise-Men, Cato's Moral Precepts, William Lilly's and John Sulpitius's Instructions to School Boys. By Mr. James Bayne, School-Master In Dumfermline. Edinburgh: printed by John Moncur, and sold at his printing-house at the foot of the Bull-Closs, opposite to the Trone, 1714.