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Author: Holt, John, fl. 1495.
Title: Lac puerorum M. Holti anglice mylke for children
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Lac puerorum M. Holti anglice mylke for children
Holt, John, fl. 1495.

[Antwerp: Govaert Bac, ca. 1511]
Alternate titles: Mylke for children
Notes:
Latin and English.
Imprint date suggested by STC (2nd ed.).
Colophon reads: Bac opus hoc pressit menda vacatiste libellus Non nisi correctas imprimit ille notas Antwerpie.
Signatures: A-D8, E4, F8, G4.
Reproduction of original in: Union Theological Seminary (New York, N.Y.). Library.
Subject terms:
Latin language -- Grammar.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A03486.0001.001

Contents
title page
Ad reuerendissimū d sdūm Iohannem morton Cantuarien̄ archipresuē totius{que} Anglie pri¦matem & titulo sancte anastasie cardinalem Iohan∣nis holt Epigramma.
Thome more dilecti adolescentuli in lucubaci unculas Holtiade. Epygramma.
Diuisio operis et modus procedendi per ordinem
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Prima Pars
Declynson of articles.
Declynsons be fyue.
¶ The diuisyon of nownes
¶ Declynson of substantyues
¶ Examples of the fyrst declynson
¶ Examples of the secounde declynson.
¶ Examples of the thyrde declynson
¶ Examples of the fourth declynson.
¶ Examples of the fyfte declynson
Declynson of adiectyues
The myxte
¶ Figura quin{que} declinationum
¶ Degrees of comparyson
¶ De cognitione positiui.
¶ De cognitione comparatiui.
¶ De cognitione superlatiui
Deformatione comparatiui
¶ De formatione superlatiuo{rum}
Declynson and diuision of pronownes
Declynsou of primatiues
¶ Declynson of deriuatiues
¶ Declynson of pronownes cōpoundes.
Declynson of a Verbe.
Coniugacyons be. iiij.
The secounde coniugacion.
¶ The thyrde coniugacyon
¶ Te fourth coniugacyon
¶ Moodes of verbes
¶ Tensys of verbes
¶ Noumbres of verbes
¶ Declynson of the Actyf voyce
¶ The Shewynge moode
The askynge moode
The byddynge moode
¶ The wysshynge moode
The potencyal moode
¶ The subiunctyf moode
¶ The infinityf moode
¶ The verbe of beynge is thus declyned
¶ The Shewynge moode
¶ The Imperatyf moode
The wysshynge moode
¶ The Infirutyf moode
¶ Dedynson of the passyf voyce
The byddyng moode or Imperatyf
The wysshynge moode or Optatyf
The potencyal mode
¶ The subiunctyf mode
¶ The infinityf moode
¶ The seconde coniugacyon
¶ The indicatyf moode
¶ The Imperatyf moode
The opratyf moode
¶ The Potencyal moode
¶ The Coniunctyf moode
¶ The infinityf moode
The gerundyues Docendi. do. dum
¶ The Passyf voyce
¶ The Shewynge moode
¶ The Byddynge mode
¶ The wysshynge moode
¶ The infinityf moode
¶ The thyrde coniugacyon.
¶ The Byddyng moode
¶ Te wysshynge mode
¶ The Infinityf moode
¶ The Gerundyues
¶ The supyne Lectum.
¶ The passyf voyce
¶ The Shewynge moode.
The byddynge moode
The wysshynge moode
¶ The Infinityf moode
¶ The Supyne Lectu to be redde
¶ The Fourth Conuigacyon
¶ The Shewynge moode
¶ The Imperayf moode
¶ The optatyf moode
¶ The Potencyall moode. and Subiunctyf moode. vt supra ¶ The Inuityf moode
¶ The passyf voyce.
¶ The Shewynge moode
¶ The byddynge moode.
¶ The wysshynge moode
¶ The Infinityf moode
¶ The Particyple
¶ There be. vij. endynge of particyples.
¶ The aduerbe
¶ Preposicyon.
¶ Te fyrst sorte
¶ The thyrde sorte
¶ The thyrde
¶ A coniunctyon ¶ Of comunctyons. Some be
¶ Interiectyon
¶ Sequitur: secunda pars principalis Opusculi
¶Diffinicyon of Gendres
¶Diffinicyon of cases
¶Diffinicyon of noumbre
¶Diffinicyon of persones
¶ Diffinicyon of pronownes
¶ Diffinicyon of a verbe
¶ Diffinicyon of tenses
¶ Diffinycyon of moodes
¶ Diffinicyon of a Particyple
¶ Diffinicyon of aduerbes
¶ There be. ij. maner of aduerbes
¶ Thre thynges longe to an aduerbe
¶ Diffinicyon of Preposicyon
¶ Diffiuicyon of Coniunctyon
¶ Thys is the ordre of coniunctyons.
¶ Diffinicyon of Interiectyon
¶ Tertia pars principalis huius presentis opusculi
¶ The fyrst Concorde
¶ The secounde concorde
¶ The thyrde concorde
¶ Strēnght of compulynge case
¶ Note wele.
¶The ablatyf case absolute
¶ Constructyon of verbys with dyuerse cases ¶ Desino. Cesso. Desisto
¶ Supersedes
¶ Abstineo
¶ Egeo Indigeo. Careo.
¶ Desum. Deficio.
¶ Abundo. Affluo
¶ Dominor. Misereor
¶ Arguo. Moneo. Accuso
¶ Obliuiscor. Reminiscor.
¶ Priuo. Spolio
¶ Aufero Rapio. Eripio. Adimo
¶ Benedico. Maledico
¶ Sum es fui
¶ Valeo. Consto
¶ Attineo. Pertineo. Specto
¶ Illudo
¶ Metuo. Timeo. Vereor
¶ Fugio. Caueo
¶ Abrenuncio
¶ Sum
¶ Composita de Sum
¶ Insum
¶ Celo
¶ Particyples Serundyues. & Supynes.
¶ Perfiguram Synodochen
¶ Quā coniunctio
¶ Nisi Preter{quam}
¶ Signa uniuersalia
¶ Opus
¶ Fulnes Emtynes
¶ Worthynes. vnwortynes
¶ Plentefulnes. Pouerte
¶ Praysynge. Dispraysynge
¶ Similis. Dissimilis
¶ Tyme
¶ Lenght. brede. space.
¶ Infinitiuus modus
¶ Endynges of Gerundyues
¶ Difference of Gerūdiues and particyples
¶ De gerundiuo in Di
¶ De Gerundiuo in Do
¶ De gerundiuo in Dum
¶ De supinis
¶ De infinitiuo modo
¶ De participijs
¶ De circunlocutione modi Indicatiui. Optatiui. & Con¦iunctiui
¶ De circunlocutione modi Infinitiui preteritiperfecti & plus{quam} perfecti
¶ De circunlocutione futuri temporis actii significationis modi Infinitiui
¶ De circunlocutione futuri temporis passiue significationis ante dicti modi
¶ Exulo. Vapulo. Veneo. Liceo
¶ Nubo
¶ De hoc vulgaris signo &c
¶ De hoc vulgari signo To
¶ De hoc vulgari signo Fro
¶ Rus. Domus. Humus. Militia
¶ Penitet. Tedet. Piget. Miseret. Pudet
¶ Iuuat. Dilectat. Deret. Oportet. Latet
¶ Interest. Refertest
¶ Benefit. Malefit. Satisfit
¶ Pono. Fers
¶ Postpono
¶ Cello. Eo. Cedo
Thome more epygramma
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