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Author: Shirley, James, 1596-1666.
Title: Via ad latinam linguam complanata the rules composed in English and Latine verse, for the greater delight and benefit of learners / by Jam. Shirley ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Via ad latinam linguam complanata the rules composed in English and Latine verse, for the greater delight and benefit of learners / by Jam. Shirley ...
Shirley, James, 1596-1666., Shirley, James, 1596-1666.

London: Prinited for Jo. Stephonson ..., 1649.
Notes:
Added t.p., engraved.
First ed.; 2d ed. pub. in 1651 under title: Grammatica anglo-latina.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Latin language -- Grammar -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A59995.0001.001

Contents
frontispiece
title page
TO THE Most hopeful pledg of Honor, William Herbert, Son to the Right Honorable Philip Lord Herbert.
Authori Amicissimo.
To my worthy and ingenious Friend The Author.
Idem in idem, ad eundem.
To my ingenious Friend The Author, upon his Poetical Grammar.
To my worthy Friend the Author.
To the worthily Honored Mr. James Shirley.
To Mr. James Shirley, upon his English and Latine Grammar.
To my much honored and learned Friend, Mr. James Shirley, the Author.
part title
mnemonic poem
ERRATA.
The way made plain to the LATIN TONGUE.
Eight parts of speech.
Nouns are Substantive, or Adjective.
Numbers, two.
Cases, six.
Genders, three.
Declensions five.
Examples of the first Declension.
Examples of the second Declension
Examples of the third Declension.
Examples of the fourth.
Examples of the fifth.
A Noun Adjective of one termination is declined after the third Declension.
An Adjective of tvvo terminations.
An Adjective of three terminations.
unus, one.
alter, another, or either.
duo, two.
ambo, both.
Three degrees of Comparison.
An Adjective of the Comparative degree.
Comparisons defective. These want the Positive.
These want the Comparative.
These want the Superlative.
Adverbs and Prepositions compared.
Adjectives irregular.
Pronouns, nineteen.
he. she. that.
they. those.
this.
these.
he, she, that.
their.
which.
who. what.
Verbs Personall four, Active, Passive, Neuter, Deponent.
Persons, three.
Moods, four.
Gerunds, three. Supines, tvvo.
Tenses, five.
Conjugations, four.
Indicative Mood Active of the first Conjugation.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Prterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Imperative Mood.
Present tense.
Subjunctive Mood, ut that, si if.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Preterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Infinitive Mood.
Gerunds.
First Supine.
Participles.
The first Conjugation Passive.
Indicative Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense
Future tense.
Imperative Mood.
Present tense.
Subjunctive Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Infinite Mood.
Last Supine.
Participles.
The second Conjugation Active.
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.
First Supine.
Participles.
The second Conjugation Passive.
Indicative Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Future tense.
Imperative Mood.
Subjunctive Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Infinitive Mood.
Last Supine.
Participles.
The third Conjugation Active.
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.
The third Conjugation Passive.
Indicative Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Future tense.
Imperative Mood.
Subjunctive Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Infinitive Mood.
Last Supine.
Participles.
The fourth Conjugation Active.
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.
Participles.
The fourth Conjugation Passive.
Indicative Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Future tense.
Imperative Mood.
Subjunctive Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Infinitive Mood.
Last Supine.
Participles.
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.
Participle future.
Eo to go.
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.
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.
Supines.
Participles.
Impersonall Verbs.
Placet it pleaseth.
Participles, four.
Adverbs.
Conjunctions.
Prepositions.
These belong to the Accusative.
These belong to the Ablative.
These belong to Accusative and Ablative in the same signification.
Concords, three.
part title
version
Genders of Nouns.
Masculines excepted.
Neuters excepted.
Common.
Doubtfull.
Nouns of the first Declension.
Nouns of the second Declension.
Nouns of the third Declension.
Nouns of the fourth Declension.
Except these feminines.
Nouns of the fift Declension.
The first speciall Rule.
The second speciall Rule.
Except these particular Masculines.
The third speciall Rule.
Except these Feminines.
An Addition concerning Heteroclytes.
Nouns that change or vary.
Defectives.
Redundants.
PReterperfect tenses, and Supines of Verbs.
Verbs of the first Conjugation.
Except.
Verbs of the second Conjugation.
Except.
Except.
Neuter passives.
Deponents.
Impersonals.
Third Conjugation.
Except.
Except.
Except.
Except.
Except.
Except.
Except.
Except.
Except.
Except.
Except.
Except.
Except
Except.
Except.
Except.
Except.
Deponents to be observed.
Fourth Conjugation.
Except.
Verbs Defectives.
version
Genera Nominum.
Masculina excepta.
Neutra excepta.
Communia.
Dubia.
Nomina prima Declinationis.
Nomina secundae Declinationis.
Nomina tertia Declinationis.
Nomina quartae Declinationis.
Excipiuntur faeminina.
Nomina quintae Declinationis.
Prima Regula Specialis.
Secunda Regula specialis.
Exceptio prima.
Exceptio secunda.
Exceptio tertia & quarta.
Exceptio quinta.
Tertia Regula specialis.
Appendix de Heteroclytis.
Variantia.
Daefectiva.
Redundantia.
Primae Conjugationis verba.
Excipe.
Verba secundae Conjugationis.
Excipe.
Excipe,
Neutro passiva.
Deponentia.
Impersonalia.
Tertia Conjugatio.
Excipe.
Excipe.
Excipe.
Excipe.
Excipe.
Excipe.
Excipe.
Excipe.
Excipe.
Excipe.
Excipe.
Excipe.
Excipe.
Excipe.
Excipe.
Excipe.
Excipe.
Deponentia notanda.
Quarto Coniugatio.
Excipe
part title
Syntaxis.
Concordantia est Convenientia,
Concordantia prima.
Concordantia secunda.
Concordantia tertia.
Regimen.
Constructio Substantivorum.
Constructio Adjectivorum.
Adject. quae regunt Dativum.
Adjectiva quae regunt Accusativum.
Adjectiva quae regunt Ablativum.
Constructio Verborum.
Verba quae regunt Genitivum.
Verba quae regunt Dativum.
Verba quae regunt Accusativum.
Verba quae regunt Ablativum.
Infinitiva.
Gerundia.
Supina.
De Tempore.
De Loco.
Adverbia.
Conjunctiones.
Praepositiones.
Interjectiones.
Syntax.
Corcord is an Agreement,
The first Concord.
The second Concord.
The third Concord.
Government.
Construction of Substantives.
The construction of Adjectives.
Adjectives which govern a Dative.
Adjectives which Govern an Accusative.
Adjectives which Govern an Ablative.
Construction of Verbs.
Verbs which Govern a Genitive.
Verbs which Govern a Dative.
Verbs which govern an Accusative.
Verbs which Govern an Ablative.
Infinitives.
Gerunds.
Supines.
Of Time.
Of Place.
Adverbs.
Conjuctions.
Prepositions.
Interjections.