Phædri Fabulæ [electronic resource] : or, Phædrus's Fables, with the following improvements; in a method intirely new; viz. the words of the author are placed according to their grammatical construction, below every fable; also the Rhetorical Figures as they occur: And to make the Pronunciation easy, all Words of above two Syllables are marked with proper Accents. Also a Collection of Idioms and Phrases in Phaedrus, and all the Proverbial Mottos to the Fables, with the English Phrases and Proverbs answerable, set over against them. And lastly, an Alphabetical Vocabulary of all the Words in the Author, shewing their Parts of Speech and Signification; to which are added, the Themes of the Verbs, with their Government. For the use of Schools. By John Stirling, D. D. Vicar of Great Gaddesden in Hertfordshire; and Chaplain to his Grace the Duke of Gordon.
- London : printed, with his Majesty's royal licence and privilege, for J. Rivington; Hawes, Clarke and Collins; S. Crowder; B. Law; Robinson and Roberts; and R. Baldwin, MDCCLXXI. 
,170p. ; 8⁰.
- The ninth edition.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.
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