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MLA

Stirling, John. The Private Tutor to the British Youth: Who May by This and Another Little Book Soon to Follow, Not Only Be Duly Prepared for Entering Upon Their Classical Studies; but Also Attended and Kindly Guided Through the Ordinary System and Course of Them From Beginning to End; Having All Needful Assistance Given Them In the Class Or Closet, Abroad Or At Home, In a More Familiar, Plain, Easy, Expeditious, and Successful Method, Than Any That Has Yet Appeared: Being Also Exceedingly Well Calculated for Private Gentlemen Desirous of Retaining, Reviving, Or Acquiring a Tolerable Knowledge of the Latin Authors, by Their Own Application Alone. This Book Contains Six Hundred Selected Sentences, All Either Moral, Religious, Or Proverbial, Reduced to the Natural Order of Construction, Properly Accented, Literally Translated, and Divided Into Short Lessons, Under Each of Which the Words Are Parsed. To These Are Added Some Mottos. For the Use of Schools. By John Stirling, D.d. London: Printed for the author, by T. and J.W. Pasham, in Black-Friars; and sold by S. Crowder, in Paternoster-Row; E. Dilly, in the Poultry, and J. Johnson, opposite the Monument, .176.

APA

Stirling, J. (.176). The private tutor to the British youth: Who may by this and another little book soon to follow, not only be duly prepared for entering upon their classical studies; but also attended and kindly guided through the ordinary system and course of them from beginning to end; having all needful assistance given them in the class or closet, abroad or at home, in a more familiar, plain, easy, expeditious, and successful method, than any that has yet appeared: being also exceedingly well calculated for private gentlemen desirous of retaining, reviving, or acquiring a tolerable knowledge of the Latin authors, by their own application alone. This book contains six hundred selected sentences, all either moral, religious, or proverbial, reduced to the natural order of construction, properly accented, literally translated, and divided into short lessons, under each of which the words are parsed. To these are added some mottos. For the use of schools. By John Stirling, D.D. London: Printed for the author, by T. and J.W. Pasham, in Black-Friars; and sold by S. Crowder, in Paternoster-Row; E. Dilly, in the Poultry, and J. Johnson, opposite the Monument.

Chicago

Stirling, John, The Private Tutor to the British Youth: Who May by This and Another Little Book Soon to Follow, Not Only Be Duly Prepared for Entering Upon Their Classical Studies; but Also Attended and Kindly Guided Through the Ordinary System and Course of Them From Beginning to End; Having All Needful Assistance Given Them In the Class Or Closet, Abroad Or At Home, In a More Familiar, Plain, Easy, Expeditious, and Successful Method, Than Any That Has Yet Appeared: Being Also Exceedingly Well Calculated for Private Gentlemen Desirous of Retaining, Reviving, Or Acquiring a Tolerable Knowledge of the Latin Authors, by Their Own Application Alone. This Book Contains Six Hundred Selected Sentences, All Either Moral, Religious, Or Proverbial, Reduced to the Natural Order of Construction, Properly Accented, Literally Translated, and Divided Into Short Lessons, Under Each of Which the Words Are Parsed. To These Are Added Some Mottos. For the Use of Schools. By John Stirling, D.D. London: Printed for the author, by T. and J.W. Pasham, in Black-Friars; and sold by S. Crowder, in Paternoster-Row; E. Dilly, in the Poultry, and J. Johnson, opposite the Monument, .176.