An easy introduction of grammar in English., : For the understanding of the Latin tongue compil'd not only for the ease and encouragement of youth, but also for their moral improvement; having the syntaxis examples gather'd from the choicest pieces of the best authors. To which is added a compendious method of variation, and elegant disposition of Latin. The prosody is in English verse., / By Thomas Sheridan, M.A.
|Author:||Sheridan, Thomas, 1687-1738.|
|Other Names:||Pollard Collection, former owner|
|Published:||Dublin : printed by D. Tompson for the author, 1714.|
|Physical Description:||, viii, , 336 p. : ill. 17.1 cm..|
|Notes:||Copy A: Page 252 is mis-numbered as p.152.
Contents: With a list of subscribers, and errata (on verso of same leaf), pp.  -  at front of text.
'A method to improve the fancy ...' has a separate titlepage (p.253), though the pagination is continuous throughout the text.
|Provenance:||Copy A from the Pollard Collection of children's books.|
|Binding Information:||Copy B lacks rear free endpaper.|
|Subject:||English -- Grammar -- Early works to 1800.
Moral education -- Juvenile literature.
|Genre:||Juvenile literature -- Irish -- In English -- 18th century|
|Library:||Trinity College Library Dublin|
|Collection:||Pollard Collection - TCD|
|Location:||Early Printed Books Stacks (use call slip)|
OLS POL 3351