|Author:||Stockwood, John, d. 1610.|
|Title:||A plaine and easie laying open of the meaning and vnderstanding of the rules of construction in the English accidence appointed by authoritie to be taught in all schooles of hir Maiesties dominions, for the great vse and benefite of yoong beginners: by Iohn Stockwood sometime schoolmaster of Tunbridge.|
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A plaine and easie laying open of the meaning and vnderstanding of the rules of construction in the English accidence appointed by authoritie to be taught in all schooles of hir Maiesties dominions, for the great vse and benefite of yoong beginners: by Iohn Stockwood sometime schoolmaster of Tunbridge.
Stockwood, John, d. 1610.
Imprinted at London: By [Eliot's Court Press for] the assignes of Francis Flower, 1590.
|Alternate titles:||Plaine and easie laying open of the meaning and understanding of the rules of construction in the English accidence Plaine and easie laying open of the meaning and understanding of the rules of construction in the English accidence. Making plaine of the rules of construction.|
Running title reads: The making plaine of the rules of construction.
Actual printer's name from STC.
Beginning to page 5 from the British Library copy spliced at end.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Lily, William 1468?-1522. -- Introduction of the eyght partes of speche.
English language -- Grammar -- Textbooks -- Early works to 1800.
English language -- Grammar -- 1500-1800.
THE BOOKE TO THE yoong Punies and Petits of the Grammar Schoole.
TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPFVLL (vnto whom in the Lord for sundrie considerati∣ons I stand most singularly beholding) Master WILLIAM LEWIN, Doctor of both Lawes, Iustice of peace, one of hir Ma∣iesties high Commission for causes ecclesiasticall, Iudge of the court of Prerogatiues, &c. IOHN STOCKWOOD Minister and preacher of the word of God, wisheth a plentifull increase of all heauenly graces, for the good of God his Church, and benefit of the Com∣mon-wealth.
TO THE FRIENDLY READER concerning the profite of this booke.
RVLES OF CONSTRVCTION made plaine for yoong beginners in the Grammar schoole.
The first Concord.
The second Concord.
The third Concord, betweene the ante∣cedent and the relatiue.
The case of the relatiue.
The construction of nounes substantiues, or what cases they may gouerne.
The construction of nounes adiectiues or what case they will haue after them. And first of such adiectiues, as require a genitiue case.
Of Adiectiues gouerning a datiue case.
Adiectiues gouerning an accusatiue case for the most part.
Adiectiues gouerning an ablatiue case.
Adiectiues gouerning an ablatiue case, or a genitiue case.
Construction of certaine Pronounes, and how they are gouerned.
Construction of verbes, or what cases verbes do gouerne: and first of verbes gouerning a nominatiue case.
Verbes gouerning a genitiue case after them.
Verbes gouerning a datiue case.
Verbes with an accusatiue case.
Verbs gouerning an ablatiue case after them.
The Construction of verbs passiues, or what case they will gouerne.
The construction of gerunds, or how they are vsed, and what cases they gouerne.
The gerund in do.
The gerund in dum.
Supines, and of their construction, and how they are vsed.
The Time, or in what case words betokening time, shall be put after verbes.
Space of place, or in what case a word that signifieth space of place, shall be put after verbes.
A place, or the case wherein such names of places as are either nounes common, or nounes proper, shallbe put after verbes.
Verbes impersonals and what case they gouerne.
A Participle, and his case.
The Aduerbe, or what case Ad∣uerbes do gouerne.
Of the construction of coniunctions.
The preposition and his case.
An interiection, and his case.