|Author:||Posselius, Johannes, 1565-1623.|
|Title:||Dialogues containing all the most vsefull vvords of the Latine tongue. And a Latine oration concerning the way of learning, and teaching the Latine and Greeke tongues. Written by Iohn Posselius. And word for word for the most part construed out of Latine into English.|
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Dialogues containing all the most vsefull vvords of the Latine tongue. And a Latine oration concerning the way of learning, and teaching the Latine and Greeke tongues. Written by Iohn Posselius. And word for word for the most part construed out of Latine into English.
Posselius, Johannes, 1565-1623., Reeve, Edmund, d. 1660,
London: Printed by Edward Allde, and are to be sold by [Edmund Reeve at] Christ-Church greater South doore, 1623.
|Alternate titles:||Oikeåon dialogåon biblion hellåenisti kai Råomaisti. English Oikeåon dialogåon biblion hellåenisti kai Råomaisti. Dialogues containing all the most usefull words of the Latine tongue.|
A translation, by Edmund Reeve, of Oikeåon dialogåon biblion hellåenisti kai Råomaisti, published in 1622 (STC 20128.3).
Pages 28,29 and 30 misnumbered 29-28 and 22; 31-38 missing in number only.
Publisher's name from STC.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Latin language -- Conversation and phrase books -- Early works to 1800.
The vse of this Booke.