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Author: Shirley, James, 1596-1666.
Title: Grammatica Anglo-Latina. An English and Latine grammar. The rules composed in English and Latine verse: for the greater delight and benefit of the learners, By James Shirley.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Grammatica Anglo-Latina. An English and Latine grammar. The rules composed in English and Latine verse: for the greater delight and benefit of the learners, By James Shirley.
Shirley, James, 1596-1666.

London: printed for Richard Lowndes, at the signe of the Unicorn on Ludgate-hill, 1651.
Notes:
Text appears continuous despite pagination.
Copy tightly bound, affecting text.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Latin language -- Grammar -- 1500-1799.
English language -- Grammar -- Early modern, 1500-1799.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A59980.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO The Right Honourable, WILLIAM Lord HERBERT.
THE RUDIMENTS.
Of Letters are made Syllables.
Rules and Notes concerning division and di∣stinction of Syllables.
mnemonic
An English and Latine GRAMMAR.
Eight parts of speech.
Two kinds of Nouns, Substantive or Adjective.
Numbers Two.
Cases six.
Genders three.
Declensions five.
First Declension.
Second Declension.
Third Declension.
Fourth Declension.
Fifth Declension.
The Termination of Cases in every Declension.
Felix [happy] is a Noun Adjective of one Ter∣mination, and third Declension.
Tristis [sad] is a Noun Adjective of two Ter∣minations, and third Declension.
Bonus [good] is a Noun Adjective of three Terminations, of the second and first Declension.
Acer [sharp] is a Noun Adjective of three Terminations, of the third Declension.
Three degrees of Comparisons.
An Adjective of the Comparative degree.
Comparisons irregular,
Comparisons defective. These want the Positive.
These want the Comparative.
These want the Superlative.
Some Adverbs, and Praepositions Compared.
A Type of the degrees regular.
Pronouns nineteen.
Of Verbs Personall, four kinds; Active Passive, Neuter, Deponent.
Persons three.
Moods four.
Gerunds three, Supines two.
Tenses five.
Conjugations foure.
Verbs in O, of the foure Con∣jugations, are declined after these examples.
Indicative Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense
Preterperfect tense.
Preterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Imperative Mood.
Present tense.
Subjunctive Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Preterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Infinitive Mood.
Present tense and Imperfect tense.
Preterperfect and Preterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Gerunds.
Supines.
Participles.
Indicative Mood.
Present tense.
Imperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Preterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Imperative Mood.
Present tense.
Subjunctive Mood.
Present tense.
Imperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Preterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Infinitive Mood.
Participle Future.
Verbs Passive of the foure Conjugations.
Indicative Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense supplied.
Preterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Imperative Mood.
Present tense.
Subjunctive Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense supplied.
Preterpluperfect tense supplied.
Future tense supplied.
Infinitive Mood.
Present tense and Preterimperfect tense.
Perfect and Pluperfect tense supplied.
Future tense supplied.
Participles.
Deponents are declined with the Gerunds, and Active Participles, first Supine.
Formation of Tenses.
Passives formed.
Anomalies.
Indicative Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Preterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Imperative Mood.
Subjunctive Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Preterpluperfect tense
Future tense.
Infinitive Mood.
Gerunds.
Participles.
subsection
Indicative Mood.
Present tense.
Imperfect tense.
Perfect tense.
Pluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Subjunctive Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Pluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Infinitive Mood.
Present tense and Imperfect.
Perfect and Pluperf.
Indicative Mood.
Present tense.
Imperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Preterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Imperative Mood.
Subjunctive Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Preterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Infinitive Mood.
Present and Imperf.
Perfect and Pluperf.
Participles.
Present tense.
Indicative Mood.
Present tense.
Imperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Preterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Imperative Mood.
Subjunctive Mood.
Present tense.
Imperfect tense.
Perfect tense.
Pluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Infinitive Mood.
Present tense and Imperfect.
Perfect and Pluperfect.
Supines.
Participles.
Pres. tense.
Future tense.
Indicative Mood.
Present tense.
Imperfect tense.
Perfect tense supplied.
Pluperfect tense supplied.
Future tense.
Imperative Mood.
Subjunctive Mood.
Present tense.
Imperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense supplied.
Preterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Infinitive Mood.
Pres. and Imperfect.
Perf. et Pluperfect supplied.
Future tense supplied.
Participles.
Preter tense.
Future tense.
Impersonall Verbs.
Placet it pleaseth.
Passive Impersonall Itur.
Participles four.
Participles formed.
Adverbs.
section
Conjunctions.
Copulative.
Enclyticall.
Prepositions.
These governe the Accusative.
These governe the Ablative.
These governe Accusative and Ablative.
Interjections.
Concords Three.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Partes Hominis.
The parts of Man.
Genera Nominum. THE GENDERS OF NOVNES.
Regulae Generalissimae.
Monosyllaba.
Masculina.
Neutra.
Communia.
Dubia.
Regulae minus Generales.
Nomina Primae Declinationis.
Nomina Secundae Declinationis.
Exceptio.
Nomina Tertiae Declinationis referun∣tur ad tres Regulas speciales.
Nomina Quartae Declinationis.
Nomina Quintae Declinationis.
Tres Regulae speciales. Prima.
Exceptio Prima.
Secunda Exceptio.
Secunda Regula Specialis.
Masculina Excepta.
Neutra Excepta.
Tertia Regula specialis.
Foeminina Excepta.
Neutra Excepta.
Heteroclyta.
Variantia.
Defectiva.
Hujus Generis sunt
Redundantia.
Rules most Generall.
Monosyllables.
Masculine.
Neuters.
Common.
Doubtfull.
Rules lesse Generall.
Nouns of the First Declension.
Nouns of the Second Declension.
Exception.
Nouns of the Third Declension are re∣ferred to the Three speciall Rules.
Nouns of the Fourth Declension.
Nouns of the fift Declension.
Three speciall Rules.
First Exception.
Second Exception.
The Second speciall Rule.
Masculines excepted.
Neuters excepted.
The third speciall Rule.
Feminines excepted.
Neuters excepted.
Heteroclyts.
Nouns that vary or change.
Defectives.
Of this nature are these.
Redundants.
PRAETERITA ET SUPINA VERBORƲM.
Conjugatio Prima.
Conjugatio Secunda.
Conjugatio tertia.
Quarta Conjugatio.
The Preterperfect Tenses AND SVPINES OF VERBS.
The first Conjugation.
The second Conjugation.
The Third Conjugation.
Fourth Conjugation.
Verbs which forme not their Preterperfect Tense and Supines according to the ge∣nerall Rules.
Verbs defective.
These are usuall among the Comick Poets.
Syntaxis.
Syntax.
Concord is an Agreement,
The first Concord.
The second Concord.
The Third Concord.
Figurative Concord.
Government, or Construction.
Adjectives which govern a Genitive Case.
Adjectives which govern a Dativ
Adjectives which govern the Accusative Case.
Adjectives which governe an Ablative.
Construction of Verbs which go∣vern a Nominative.
Verbs which govern a Genitive case.
Verbs which govern a Dative.
Verbs which govern the Accusative.
Verbs which govern an Ablative.
Infinitives.
Gerunds.
Supines.
Of Time.
Of Place.
Adverbs.
Conjunctions.
Prepositions.
Interjections.
Syntaxis.
Concordantia est Convenientia,
Prima Concordannia directa.
Concordantia Secunda.
Concordantia Tertia.
Figurata Concordantia.
Regimen, sive Constructio.
Adjectiva quae regunt Genitivum.
Adjectiva quae regunt Dativum.
Adjectiva quae regunt Accusativum.
Adjectiva quae regunt Ablativum.
Constructio Verborum quae regunt Nominativum.
Verba quae regunt Genitivum.
Verba quae regunt Dativum.
Verba quae regunt Accusativum.
Verba quae regunt Ablativum.
Infinitiva Verba.
Gerundia.
Supina.
De Tempore.
De Loco. [Ubi.]
Adverbia.
Conjunctiones.
Praepositiones.
Interjectiones.
FIGURAE aliquot usita∣tiores Etymologiae & Syntaxeos.
Vocis & Orationis vitia.