Specimen of a plan, for facilitating the acquisition of the Latin language, and the elements of the sciences usually taught in universities wherein the several embarrassments, which have hitherto so much perplexed and discouraged beginners, and retarded their progress, are entirely removed, and the method so adapted to the capacity of beginners, as to enable them to read and construe every word properly on sight, without even a moment"s hesitation: the whole better adapted to the important purpose of instructing beginners of every description, than any thing published since the revival of letters. by William Nixon
1789 by Printed by T.B. Bowen, no. 38, Bay. in Charleston [S.C.] .
Written in English
- Publishers and publishing -- South Carolina -- Charleston.,
- Latin language -- Grammar.
|Other titles||Specimen of a plan, for facilitating the acquisition of the Latin language.|
|Statement||By the Rev. Wm. Nixon, formerly president of the Dublin Academy, and author of Prosody made easy. ; [One line epigram in Latin]|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 22029.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 26 [i.e., 25],  p.|
|Number of Pages||26|
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