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Author: Poole, Josua, fl. 1632-1646.
Title: Practical rhetorick. Or, Certain little sentences varied according to the rules prescribed by Erasmus, in his most excellent book De copia verborum & rerum. Wherein children may be exercised, when they first begin to translate Latin, with many advantages, as will appear by the ensuing epistle. Framed first for the use of a private school, kept in the house of Mr. Francis Atkinson: and now commended to the use of all schools. By Joshua Pool, Mr. of Arts.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Practical rhetorick. Or, Certain little sentences varied according to the rules prescribed by Erasmus, in his most excellent book De copia verborum & rerum. Wherein children may be exercised, when they first begin to translate Latin, with many advantages, as will appear by the ensuing epistle. Framed first for the use of a private school, kept in the house of Mr. Francis Atkinson: and now commended to the use of all schools. By Joshua Pool, Mr. of Arts.
Poole, Josua, fl. 1632-1646.

London: printed for T. Johnson, at the Golden Key in Pauls Church yard, 1663.
Alternate titles: Practical rhetorick Certain little sentences varied according to the rules prescribed by Erasmus, in his most excellent book De copia verborum & rerum.
Notes:
The first leaf is blank; title page is A2.
With three final advertisement leaves.
Reproduction of the original in Dr. WIlliams's Library.
Subject terms:
Rhetoric -- 1500-1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A55359.0001.001

Contents
title page
imprimatur
BENEVOLO LECTORI SALUTEM.
The same in ENGLISH.
Practical RHETORICK.
Sentence I. Love overcometh all things.
Sentence. II. Self-love is blind,
Sentence. III. Honour nourisheth Arts.
Sentence. IV. Fortune is Ʋnconstant.
Sentence. V. Labour bringeth forth Glory.
The sixt and last Sentence.
Books lately printed, and sold by Thomas Johnson at the Golden-Key in Saint Pauls Church-yard.