Franklin

MLA

Aickin, Joseph. The English Grammar: Or, the English Tongue Reduced to Grammatical Rules: Containing the Four Parts of Grammar: Viz. Orthographie, Etymology, Syntax, Prosody Or Poetry. Being the Easiest Quickest and Most Authentick Method of Teaching It, by Rules and Pictures: Adapted to the Capacities of Children, Youth and Those of Riper Years; In Learning Whereof the English Scholar May Now Attain the Perfection of His Mother Tongue, Without the Assistance of Latine; Composed for the Use of All English Schools. By Joseph Aickin M. A. and Lately One of the Masters of the Free-school of London Dery. Licensed May the 24. 1692. Rob. Midgley. London: printed by M.B. for the author, and are to be sold at his school in Fisher-street, adjoyning to Red-Lion-Square within Kings-Gate Holbourn, nn.1.

APA

Aickin, J. (nn.1). The English grammar: or, the English tongue reduced to grammatical rules: containing the four parts of grammar: viz. orthographie, etymology, syntax, prosody or poetry. Being the easiest quickest and most authentick method of teaching it, by rules and pictures: adapted to the capacities of children, youth and those of riper years; in learning whereof the English scholar may now attain the perfection of his mother tongue, without the assistance of Latine; composed for the use of all English schools. By Joseph Aickin M. A. and lately one of the masters of the Free-School of London Dery. Licensed May the 24. 1692. Rob. Midgley. London: printed by M.B. for the author, and are to be sold at his school in Fisher-street, adjoyning to Red-Lion-Square within Kings-Gate Holbourn.

Chicago

Aickin, Joseph. The English Grammar: Or, the English Tongue Reduced to Grammatical Rules: Containing the Four Parts of Grammar: Viz. Orthographie, Etymology, Syntax, Prosody Or Poetry. Being the Easiest Quickest and Most Authentick Method of Teaching It, by Rules and Pictures: Adapted to the Capacities of Children, Youth and Those of Riper Years; In Learning Whereof the English Scholar May Now Attain the Perfection of His Mother Tongue, without the Assistance of Latine; Composed for the Use of All English Schools. By Joseph Aickin M. A. and Lately One of the Masters of the Free-School of London Dery. Licensed May the 24. 1692. Rob. Midgley. London: printed by M.B. for the author, and are to be sold at his school in Fisher-street, adjoyning to Red-Lion-Square within Kings-Gate Holbourn, nn.1.