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LANCELOT, Claude (1615?--1695)
[Nouvelle méthode pour apprendre facilement la langue latine. English]
A new method of learning with facility the Latin tongue, containing the rules of genders, declensions, preterities, syntax, quantity, and Latin accents. Digested in the clearest and concisest order. ... With a treatise on Latin poetry. Translated from the French of the Messieurs de Port Royal. Revised, corrected, and improved. Vol. II.
London: printed for J. Nourse, 1758.
1 vol. [ex 2] ; 20.9 cm. (8º)
I:
II: [2], 407, [3] p.

Volume II only. A translation by T. Nugent of Nouvelle méthode pour apprendre facilement la langue latine by Claude Lancelot, Antoine Arnauld and Pierre Nicole, first published in 1644; an English abridgment had previously been published in 1732. ESTC t20949.

Copy Notes Imperfect; wanting vol. I.

Binding C18th sprinkled calf, gilt double-ruled borders and spine, no spine-label, gilt volume number.

Reference Number 4589


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