A Rational Grammar: With Easy Rules in English to Learn Latin, Compared with the Best Authors in Most Languages on this Subject

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J. Brotherton, 1731 - Latin language - 238 pages
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Page vi - Pauses, or Stops, is not only to give a proper Time for Breathing: but to avoid Obscurity, and Confusion of the Sense in joining Words together in a sentence, (p.
Page 237 - What is bred in the bone will never come out of the flesh.
Page ix - Words are fufficient to exprefs «11 the Ideas of Things, and the Judgments we make upon them, and render them intelligible to others by Writing or Difcourfe.
Page v - twas not in the Power of any Mortal, however learn'd, to...
Page 23 - I came home, I met my Mafter; I will go to my Chamber, that I may read; If I live well, I ihall die happily.
Page 64 - I had, thou hadft, he had. We had, ye had, they had.
Page xix - Exifience; and in good Senfe it admits after it a Nominative Cafe, as the Verb am: I can fay in good Senfe, I am he, not, I am him.-'tjff.

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