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040    Uk-ES|cUk-ES|dCengage Gale 
100 1  Davies, Charles,|cschool-master 
245 10 Busby's English introduction to the Latin tongue examined,
       by way of question and answer|h[electronic resource] :
       |bWith the memorial verses expressing the declensions, 
       terminations and genders of nouns; and the memorial verses
       for forming the verbs, construed. Dedicated (by His 
       Lordship's permission) to the Right Honourable the Earl of
       Orrery. For the use of those schools (publick or private) 
       where that grammar is taught; particularly of the lower 
       forms of Westminster-School. And for the ease and benefit 
       of master and scholar. By Charles Davies, B.A. master of 
       Swansea free Grammar-School 
260    Cirencester :|bPrinted by Samuel Rudder,|cMDCCLIII. [1753]
300    [2], vi, 118 p. ;|c8⁰ 
500    With a preliminary advertisement leaf: This day is 
       publish'd, the second edition, much enlarg'd and improv'd,
       Orthographia; or, The new English instructor. In two 
       parts. ... By J. Jackson, gent. ... London: printed for 
       the author; and sold by B. Dod, and J. and J. Rivington; 
       and by S. Rudder, bookseller, in Cirencester 
500    Reproduction of original from British Library 
510    English Short Title Catalog,|cT232183 
533    Electronic reproduction.|bFarmington Hills, Mich. :
       |cCengage Gale,|d2009.|nAvailable via the World Wide Web.
       |nAccess limited by licensing agreements.|7s2009    miunns
650  0 English language|xGrammar|vEarly works to 1800 
700 1  Busby, Richard,|d1606-1695 
856 40 |uhttp://find.galegroup.com/ecco/
       source=library&userGroupName=twnsc183|zFull text online