ID 10953
Last Name Ross
First Name James
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Date of Birth 1744
Date of Death 1827
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Author Catechismi Westmonasteriensis minoris Exemplar typis, quibus quantitas affigitur, Impressum. In Usum Discentium, quorum Parentes, doctrinam, disciplinam et fidem Presbyteriam in Civitatibus Americanis Foederatis profitentur. Accurante Ja. Ross, humanorum literarum, negnon et Graecae linguae professore. 1807
Author A new edition of Davys's examples, or Adminiculum puerile; containing fundamental exercises, with cautions and directions to write good Latin, as well as to translate the most difficult sentences in the Latin authors. Republished with some additions by James Ross, professor of Greek and Latin languages, in the city of Philadelphia. 1809
Editor Corderii Colloquiorum centuria selecta: or, A select century of the Colloquies of Corderius. With an English translation, as literal as possible. Designed for the use of beginners in the Latin tongue. By John Clarke, late master of the Public Grammar-School in Hull. A new edition, corrected and improved, by James Ross, Professor of the Latin and Greek languages, in the City of Philadelphia. 1810
Editor Desiderii Erasmi Roterodami colloquia familiaria nonnulla selecta: or, Some select familiar colloquies of D. Erasmus of Rotterdam. With a literal translation. By Mr. Jno. Clarke, of Hull. A new edition, in which many errors of former editions (both in the text and translation) have been corrected, and the signs of quantity, to assist the students in pronouncing, are annexed. By James Ross, professor of the Greek and Latin languages in the city of Philadelphia. 1810
Editor Corderii Colloquiorum centuria selecta: or, A select century of the Colloquies of Corderius. With an English translation as literal as possible : designed for the use of beginners in the Latin tongue. By John Clarke, late master of the Public Grammar-School in Hull. The Fourth Edition, more correct than any of the former, by James Ross, Professor of the Latin and Greek Languages, in the city of Philadelphia. 1812
Author Graecae grammaticae westmonasteriensis institutio compendiaria in usum juventutis civitatibus americanis studiosae. JA. Ross A. M. Humaniorum literarum et Linguae Graecae Professore Accurante. Accesserunt fini analysis, decalogus, &c. 1813
Editor Selectae e profanis scriptoribus historiae. Quibus admista sunt varia honeste vivendi praecepta, ex iisdem scriptoribus deprompta. Haec editio Philadelphiensis prioribus certe emendatior, et juventati utilior--accurante Ric. Dabney. 1815
Author Victoria Neo-Aureliana: pax Gandavensis. Cum interpretatione poetica a Michaele Fortune, Philadelphiensi. 1816
Author A short, plain, comprehensive, practical Latin grammar, comprising all the rules and observations necessary to an accurate knowledge of the Latin classics, having the signs of quantity affixed to certain syllables, to show their right pronunciation. With an alphabetical vocabulary. The sixth edition revised and improved. By James Ross, A. M., professor of the Latin and Greek languages, North Fourth Street, Philadelphia. 1818
Editor Corderii Colloquiorum centuria selecta or, A select century of the Colloquies of Corderius: with an English translation, as literal as possible: : designed for the use of beginners in the Latin tongue. By John Clarke, late master of the Public Grammar-School in Hull. The fifth edition, more correct than any of the former, by James Ross, professor of the Latin and Greek languages, in the City of Philadelphia. 1818
Editor Corderii Colloquiorum centuria selecta: or, A select century of the Colloquies of Corderius: with an English translation as literal as possible: designed for the use of beginners in the Latin tongue. By John Clarke, late master of the Public Grammar-School in Hull. The fifth edition, more correct than any of the former, By James Ross, professor of the Latin and Greek languages, in the City of Philadelphia. 1818
Editor Corderii Colloquiorum centuria selecta: or, A select century of the Colloquies of Corderius: with an English translation, as literal as possible: : designed for the use of beginners in the Latin tongue. By John Clarke, late master of the Public Grammar-School in Hull. The fifth edition, more correct than any of the former, by James Ross. Professor of the Latin and Greek languages, in the City of Philadelphia. 1818
Editor Corderii Colloquiorum centuria selecta: or, A select century of the Colloquies of Corderius: with an English translation, as literal as possible: : designed for the use of beginners in the Latin tongue. By John Clarke, late master of the Public Grammar-School in Hull. The fifth edition, more correct than any of the former, by James Ross. Professor of the Latin and Greek languages, in the City of Philadelphia. 1818
Editor Desiderii Erasmi Roterodami colloquia familiaria nonnulla selecta: or, Some select familiar colloquies of D. Erasmus, of Rotterdam. With a literal translation. By John Clarke, of Hull. A new edition, in which many errors of former editions, both in the text and translation, have been corrected, and the signs of quantity, to assist the students in pronouncing, are annexed. By James Ross, professor of the Greek and Latin languages in the city of Philadelphia 1818
Copyright Holder Desiderii Erasmi Roterodami colloquia familiaria nonnulla selecta: or, Some select familiar colloquies of D. Erasmus, of Rotterdam. With a literal translation. By John Clarke, of Hull. A new edition, in which many errors of former editions, both in the text and translation, have been corrected, and the signs of quantity, to assist the students in pronouncing, are annexed. By James Ross, professor of the Greek and Latin languages in the city of Philadelphia 1818
Editor Selectae e profanis scriptoribus historiae. Quibus admista sunt varia honeste vivendi praecepta, ex iisdem scriptoribus deprompta. Prioribus exemplar emendatius, quantitate syllabarum justa pleniùs notatum; atque in usum discentium meliùs accommodatum Ja. Ross, A.M. humaniorum literarum, nec non et Graecae Linguae in Academia Phil. professore. 1819

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