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Context of A radical vocabulary, Latin and English, : Comprehending the more usual primitives of the Latin tongue, digested alphabetically, in the order of the parts of speech. To which is subjoined, an appendix: containing rules for the gender of nouns, for the preterites and supines of verbs, and for the quantity of syllables, in English prose; as also, an explication of the kalends, nones, and ides. Intended for the perusal of boys while they are learning the vocabulary, in order to bring them early to some general acquaintance with these important elementary things, and make the grammar afterwards more easily attained, and better understood. By John Mair, A.M. author of the Book-Keeping, Arithmetic, &c
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