A short introduction to Latin grammar: for the use of the university and academy of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Carefully revised, corrected and amended... (Google eBook)
Printed by Cotton and Stewart, and sold at their book-stores in Alexandria and Fredericksburg, 1805 - Latin language - 171 pages
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