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A key to the art of letters, or, English a learned language, full of art, elegancy and variety : being an essay to enable both foreiners, and the English youth of either sex, to speak and write the English tongue well and learnedly, according to the exactest rules of grammar, after which they may attain to Latin, French, or any other forein language in a short time ... : with a preface shewing the necessity of a vernacular grammar ... / by A. Lane
Bib ID 696888
Format BookBook
Author
Lane, A., 17th/18th century
 
Description London : Printed for A. and J. Churchil ... and J. Wild ..., 1700 
xx, [4], 112 p. ; 16 cm. 
Notes

Errata: p. xx.

Cited In

Wing L325.

Subjects English language - Grammar.
Also Titled

English a learned language, full of art, elegancy and variety

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