1740, English, Book edition: A practical grammar of the Greek tongue wherein all the rules are expressed in English, in the method of text, and notes; and thrown into the most agreeable view for the benefit of learners. The whole established upon rational principles, and classical authorities: with a large explanation of elliptical constructions, and a particular account of dialect. To which is added a vocabulary, containing amongst other things, one list of anomalous verbs; and another of all the verbs of the New Testament: collected from theose very learned masters, Clenardus, Antesignanus, Vossius, Vigerus ... [et al.] Drawn up at first to serve a private occasion of life, and now made publick, as a testimony of respect to the British youth by John Milner, D.D. [electronic resource] Milner, John 1718-1779

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Edition
  • The third edition enlarged more than one third; and furnished with proper indexes.
Physical Description
  • [20], 344 (i.e. 352), [20] p. :
Published
  • London Printed for John Noon, at the White Hart near Mercer's Chapel in Cheapside 1740
Language
  • English

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  • A practical grammar of the Greek tongue wherein all the rules are expressed in English, in the method of text, and notes; and thrown into the most agreeable view for the benefit of learners. The whole established upon rational principles, and classical authorities: with a large explanation of elliptical constructions, and a particular account of dialect. To which is added a vocabulary, containing amongst other things, one list of anomalous verbs; and another of all the verbs of the New Testament: collected from theose very learned masters, Clenardus, Antesignanus, Vossius, Vigerus ... [et al.] Drawn up at first to serve a private occasion of life, and now made publick, as a testimony of respect to the British youth by John Milner, D.D.
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  • Greek rudiments
Author
  • Milner, John 1718-1779
Other Authors
  • Adams, John, 1735-1826, former owner.
  • Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848, former owner.
  • John Adams Library (Boston Public Library)
Edition
  • The third edition enlarged more than one third; and furnished with proper indexes.
Published
  • London Printed for John Noon, at the White Hart near Mercer's Chapel in Cheapside 1740
Medium
  • [electronic resource]
Physical Description
  • [20], 344 (i.e. 352), [20] p. :
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  • English
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