Janua linguarum, or an easie and compendious method and course for the attaining all tongues, especially the Latine: Wherein are Latine sentences one thousand foure hundred, containing all the more usuall words of the Latine tongue, simple and compound, scarce any word being iterated, except for the supplying the sense sometimes. With the English translation of them, and an alphabeticall dictionary, containing not the primitive words onely, but also each particle in the sentence. To which is added the supplement of Tim. Poole, together with an index of the English before the Latine

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R. Young, and are sold by George Lathum, at the signe of the Bishops head in Pauls Church-yard, 1634 - Language and languages - 171 pages
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