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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 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 [and Others] 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.
Format
Book
Published
London: Printed for John Noon [174-?]
Edition
The third edition enlarged more than one third; and furnished with proper index
Language
English
Greek, Modern (1453- ) (also in)
Description
1 p. l., [18], 344 (i.e. 352), [16] p., incl. tables. 20 cm.
Notes
  • Errors in paging: pages 345-352 numbered 337-344 respectively.
  • Preface dated 1739. Second edition published 1840 and 1842.
  • Title in red and black.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Included in the 1828 Catalogue of the University of Virginia Library.
Technical Details
  • Access in Virgo Classic

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