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Clarke, John. An introduction to the making of Latin, Comprising, after an easy, compendious method, the substance of the Latin syntax. With proper English examples, most of them translations from the classick authors, in one column, and the Latin words in another. To which is subjoin'd, in the same method, a succinct account of the affairs of antient Greece and Rome; intended at once to bring boys acquainted with history and the idiom of the Latin tongue; with rules for the gender of nouns. The fourteenth edition. By John Clarke, late master of the Publick Grammar-School in Hull.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 14428, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/14428. Accessed 2024-04-24.

@book{ wphp_14428
  author={Clarke,John},
  year={1745},
  title={An introduction to the making of Latin, Comprising, after an easy, compendious method, the substance of the Latin syntax. With proper English examples, most of them translations from the classick authors, in one column, and the Latin words in another. To which is subjoin'd, in the same method, a succinct account of the affairs of antient Greece and Rome; intended at once to bring boys acquainted with history and the idiom of the Latin tongue; with rules for the gender of nouns. The fourteenth edition. By John Clarke, late master of the Publick Grammar-School in Hull.},
  publisher={George and Alexander Ewing \& William Smith II [Dame Street] \& George Risk [at Shakespeare's Head]},
  address={Dublin},    }

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