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Author: Shirley, James, 1596-1666.
Title: Manuductio: or, a leading of children by the hand through the principles of grammar. / By Ja: Shirley.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Manuductio: or, a leading of children by the hand through the principles of grammar. / By Ja: Shirley.
Shirley, James, 1596-1666.

London: Printed for Richard Lowndes, at the White-Lion in S. Pauls Church-yard, 1660.
Subject terms:
Latin language -- Grammar
English language -- Grammar
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A93172.0001.001

Contents
title page
Latin grammar
paradigms
Five DECLENSIONS.
Examples of the First.
Haec Musa a Song.
Haec Dea a Goddess.
Haec Epitome an Abridgement.
Hic Thomas.
Hic Anchyses.
Examples of the second Declension.
Hic Puer a Boy.
Hic Liber a Book.
Hic Dominus a Lord or Master.
Hic Deus a God.
Hic Filius a Son.
Haec Domus an House.
Hic Orpheus.
Hoc Regnum a Kingdom.
Examples of the third Declension.
Haec nubes a Cloud.
Hic Mensis a Moneth.
Hoc Cubile a Bed.
Hoc Poema a Poem.
Hic Sermo a Speech.
Haec Grando Haile.
Macedo.
Hoc Animal a living Creature.
Hic Presul a President.
Hic Titan the Sun.
Hic Pecten a Combe.
Haec Syren a Mermaid.
Hic Delphin a Dolphin.
Hic Canon a Rule.
Hoc Calcar a Spurre.
Hic Caesar.
Hic Anser a Goose.
Hic Crater a Goblet.
Hic Imber a Showre.
Haec Arbor a Tree.
Hic Honor vel Honos, Honour.
Hic Turtur a Turke.
Hoc Robur Strength.
Haec Aestas Summer.
Hic Gygas a Gyant.
Haec Lampas a Lamp.
Hic & haec Haeres an Heire.
Hic Magnes a Load-stone.
Hic Miles a Souldier.
Haec Pixis a Box.
Hic MOS a Manner or Custome.
Hoc Os a Bone.
Hic Heros a Noble-man.
Hic & haec Bos an Ox or Cow.
Hic Nepos a Nephew.
Hic Lepus a Hare.
Hic Mus a Mouse.
Haec Palus a Poole.
Haec Virtus Vertue.
Tripus a Trevit.
Hoc Vulnus a Wound.
Haec Forceps a Tongs.
Hic Auceps a Fowler.
Biceps Two-headed.
Hoc Caput a Head.
Haec Arx a Tower.
Hic Torrens a Brook.
Hic Hydrops a Dropsie.
Haec Fornax a Fornace.
Hic Clymax a Ladder.
Astianax a proper name.
Supellex Housholdstuff.
Haec Forfex Scissars.
Hic Vervex a Wether.
Haec Lex a Law.
Hic & haec Senex old Man or Woman.
Hic Remex.
Haec Perdix a Partridge.
Haec Coccyx.
Sardonyx.
Haec Nox.
Allobrox.
Cappadox.
Nux a Nut.
Examples of the fourth Declension.
Haec Manus a Hand.
Hic Arcus a Bow.
Hoc Genu a Knee.
Examples of the fifth Declension.
Hic vel haec Dies a Day.
Haec Res a Thing.
Haec Spes Hope.
Termination of the Cases in every Declension.
adjectival declensions
An Adjective of one Termination.
Hic, haec, hoc, Felix Happy.
Hic, haec, hoc, Prudens Wise
Hic, haec, hoc, Vetus Old.
Hic, haec, hoc, Velox Swift.
An Adjective of two Terminations.
Hic, haec Tristis, hoc Triste sad.
The Comparative degree.
An Adjective of three Terminations and Superlative degree.
Tristissimus most sad.
A Scheme of the Comparisons.
examples
Bonus Good.
Asper Sharp.
Sacer Holy.
Unus One.
Alius Another.
Alter Either.
Acer Quick.
Duo Two. Ambo Both.
Tres Three.
Quatuor Four.
Pronounes.
Ego I.
Tu You or Thou.
Sui of him or them,
Ille He.
Illi They.
Iste He, that.
Ipse He.
Hic this.
Is He.
Idem The same.
Isthic He.
Qui Who, which.
Quis Who.
Aliquis Sombody.
Ecquis Who.
Nequies Not any.
Siquis If any.
Quicunque Whosoever.
Quidam some.
Meus My or mine.
Hic, haec, hoc Nostras, belonging to our Countrey or party.
Examples of the four Conjugations of Verbs.
Amo is a Verb active, of the first Conjugation.
Indicative Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Preterpluperfect Tense.
Future Tense.
Imperative Mood wants the first person.
Subjunctive Mood,
Present Tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Preterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Infinitive Mood.
Present, and Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect and pluperfect tense.
Future tense.
participles, etc.
Gerunds.
Active supine.
A Participle of the present tense.
A Participle of the future active.
Amor is a Verb passive of the first Conjugation.
Indicative Mood.
Present tense.
Imperfect 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 and preterimperfect tense.
Perfect and pluperfect tense.
Future tense.
participles etc.
Passive supine.
Participle of the present tense.
Participle future, passive.
Moneo is a Verb active of the second Conjugation.
Indicative Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect 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.
Present and imperfect tense.
Preterperfect and pluperfect tense.
Future tense.
participles, etc.
Gerunds.
Active supine.
A Participle of the present tense.
A Participle of the future active.
Moneor is a Verb passive, of the second Conjugation.
Indicative Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Preterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Imperative Mood.
Present tense.
Subjunctiue Mood,
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Preterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Infinitive Mood.
Present and preterimperfect tense.
Preterperf. and pluperfect tense.
Future tense.
participles, etc.
Passive supine.
A Participle of the preter tense.
A Participle of the future passive.
Lego is a Verb active of the third Conjugation.
Indicative Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Preterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Imperative Mood.
Future tense.
Subjunctive Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Preterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Infinitive Mood.
Present, and Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect and pluperfect tense.
Future tense.
participles, etc.
Gerunds.
Active supine.
A Participle of the present tense.
A Participle of the future active.
Legor is a Verb passive of the third Conjugation.
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 and imperfect tense.
Present and imperfect tense.
Future tense.
participles, etc.
Passive supine.
Participle of the preter tense.
Participle of the future passive.
Audio is a Verb active of the fourth Conjugation.
Indicative Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Preterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Indicative Mood.
Present tense.
Subjunctive Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Preterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Infinitive Mood.
Present and preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect and pluperfect tense.
Future tense.
participles, etc.
Gerunds.
Active supine.
A Participle of the present tense.
A Participle of the future active.
Audior is a Verb passive of the fourth Conjugation.
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, and Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect and pluperfect tense.
Future tense.
participles, etc.
Passive supine.
A participle of the preter tense.
A participle of the passive future.
Verbs irregular.
verb sum
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 and preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect and pluperfect tense.
Future tense.
participles
Participle of the future tense.
verb possum
Indicative Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Preterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Subjunctive Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Preterpluperfect tense.
Preterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Infinitive.
Present and preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect and pluperfect tense.
Eo to goe.
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.
Present and preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect and pluperfect tense.
Future tense.
participles, etc.
Gerunds.
Supine.
A Participle of the present tense.
A Participle of the future tense.
Fero, fers, ferre, ferendi, do, dum, ferens, Tuli, lattum, laturus, to bear or suffer.
Indicative Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperf. tense.
Preterperf. tense.
Preterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Imperative Mood.
Present tense.
Subjunctive Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Preterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Infinitive Mood.
Present and preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect and pluperfect tense.
Future tense.
participles, etc.
Active supine.
Participle of the present tense.
Participle of the future tense.
verb feror
Indicative Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Preterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Imperative Mood.
Present tense.
Subjunctive Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Preterpluperf. tense.
Future tense.
Infinitive Mood.
Present and preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect and pluperfect tense.
Future tense.
participles
Participle of the preter tense.
Participle of the passive future tense.
verb fio
Indicative Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Preterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Imperative Mood.
Present tense.
Subjunctive Mood,
Pres. tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Preterpluperf. tense.
Future tense.
Infinitive Mood.
Present and preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect and pluperfect tense.
Future tense.
participles
Participle of the pres. tense.
Participle of the future tense.
verb volo, etc.
Indicative Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Preterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Imperative Mood.
Present tense.
Subjunctive Mood,
Pres. tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Preterpluperfect tense.
Future tense.
Infinitive Mood.
Present and preterimperfect tense.
Preterperf. and pluperfect tense.
participles, etc.
Gerunds.
Participles.
verb edo
Indicative Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect tense.
Preterpluperf. tense.
Future tense.
Imperative Mood.
Present tense.
Subjunctive Mood.
Present tense.
Preterimperf. tense.
Preterperf. tense.
Preterpluperf. tense.
Future tense.
Infinitive Mood.
Present and preterimperfect tense.
Preterperfect and pluperfect tense.
Future tense.
participles, etc.
Active supine.
Participle of the present tense.
Participle of the future tense.
Verbs defectives.
Of LETTERS, and the PARTS of SPEECH.
Of the parts of Speech.
Of a Noun.
Of Numbers.
Of Cases.
Of Genders.
Of Declensions.
Of Degrees of Comparison.
Of a Pronoun.
Of Persons.
Of a Verb.
Of Moods.
Of Tenses.
Of Gerunds.
Of Supines.
Of Conjugations
Of a Participle.
Of an Adverb.
Of a Conjunction.
Of a Preposition.
Of an Interjection.
list of easily confused words
NOUNES not altogether unlike in their sound, but much differing in the Signification.
The difference of some Verbs.
A short Vocabu∣lary. Vocabularium par∣vum.
phrases translated
First Century. Centuria prima.
decade 1
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Second Century. Centuria secunda.
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Third Century. Centuria tertia.
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The fourth Century. Centuria quartae.
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The fift Century. Centuria quintae.
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The sixt Century. Centuria sexta.
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The seventh Cen∣turie. Centuria septima.
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The eighth Century. Centuria octava.
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The ninth Century. Centuria nona.
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The tenth Century. Centuria decima.
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The eleventh Centu∣ry. Centuria undecima.
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The twelfth Century. Centuria duodecima.
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The 13th. Century. Centuria decima tertia
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The fourteenth Cen∣tury. Centuria decima quarta.
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The fifteenth Cen∣tury. Centuria decima quinta.
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