|Author:||Guarna, Andrea, fl. ca. 1470-1517.|
|Title:||Bellum grammaticale a discourse of great war and dissention betwene two worthy princes, the noune and the uerbe, contending for the chefe place or dignitie in oration : very pleasant & profitable / turned into English by W.H.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Bellum grammaticale a discourse of great war and dissention betwene two worthy princes, the noune and the uerbe, contending for the chefe place or dignitie in oration : very pleasant & profitable / turned into English by W.H.
Guarna, Andrea, fl. ca. 1470-1517., Haywarde, William.
Imprinted at London: By Henrie Bynneman, dwelling in Knightrider strete, at the signe of the Mermayde, 1569.
"First made in Latin by the learned Lord Andrew Guarna of Salerne, and after translated into French, and now ... turned into English"--P. .
Translator's dedication signed: William Haywarde.
Title within ornamental border.
Imperfect: tightly bound and slightly faded.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Latin language -- Grammar -- 1500-1799.
To the right worshipfull Master Thomas Povvle esquier, Clerke of the Crowne in the Queenes Maiesties honourable Courte of Chauncerie, and one of the Six Clerkes of the same, William Hayward wisheth health, with long life and prosperitie.
The Preface vpon the hi∣storicall discourse of the Grammer warre, first made in Latin by the learned Lord Andrew Guarna of Salerne, and after translated into Frenche, and now for the worthinesse of the histo¦rie turned into English.
¶The discourse of the Grammer warre: betweene two Kings, the Noune, and the Verbe, contending for the chiefe place in Oration, wherin thou shalt sée the Verbe to preuayle.