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Author: Johnson, Ralph.
Title: The scholars guide from the accidence to the university, or, Short, plain, and easie rules for performing all manner of exercise in the public school viz. rules for spelling, orthography, pointing, construing, parsing, making Latine, placing Latine, variation, amplification, allusion, imitation, observation, moving passion : as also rules for making colloquys, essays, fables, prosopopæia's, characters, themes, epistles, orations, declamations of all forts : together with rules for translation, variation, imitation, carmen, epigrams, dialogues, eccho's, epitaphs, hymnes, anagrams, acrostichs, chronostichs, &c. / by Ra. Johnson ...
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The scholars guide from the accidence to the university, or, Short, plain, and easie rules for performing all manner of exercise in the public school viz. rules for spelling, orthography, pointing, construing, parsing, making Latine, placing Latine, variation, amplification, allusion, imitation, observation, moving passion : as also rules for making colloquys, essays, fables, prosopopæia's, characters, themes, epistles, orations, declamations of all forts : together with rules for translation, variation, imitation, carmen, epigrams, dialogues, eccho's, epitaphs, hymnes, anagrams, acrostichs, chronostichs, &c. / by Ra. Johnson ...
Johnson, Ralph.

London: Printed for Tho. Pierrepont ..., 1665.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
English language -- Grammar -- 1500-1799.
Latin language -- Study and teaching.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A46913.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Reader.
license
text
RƲLES of Spelling.
RƲLES of Orthographie.
RULES for Pointing.
RƲLES for construing Grammatically.
RƲLes for construing Rhetorically.
RƲLES for parsing.
RƲLES for making Latine Grammatically.
RƲLES for making Latine Rhetorically.
RULES for placing Latine.
RƲLES of Variation.
RƲLES of Amplification.
RULES of Allusion.
RƲLES of Imitation.
RƲLES of Observation.
RƲLES for moving the Passions.
A Colloquie.
An Essay.
A Fable.
A Prosopopaeia.
A Character.
A Theme.
An Epistle.
ORATIONS.
DECLAMATIONS.
1. Declamations Conjecturall.
2. Declamations Finitive.
3. Declamations Qualitative.
4: Declamations Quantitative.
POETICAL EXERCISES.
1. TRANSLATION.
2. VARIATION.
3. IMITATION.
4. CARMEN.
5. EPIGRAM.
The heads from whence the fancy of Epigrams is fetched, are these and the like.
6. DIALOUE.
7. ECHO.
8. EPITAPH.
RƲLES for making Epitaphs.
9. HYMNE.
10. ANAGRAM.
11. ACROSTICH.
12. CHRONOSTICH.
CONCLUSION.