|Author:||Dykes, Oswald, 1670?-1728.|
|Title:||Good manners for schools, or, A paraphrase upon qui mihi, &c. Done into English verse by O. Dykes, for the use of the grammar-school at the Academy in Chancery-Lane.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Good manners for schools, or, A paraphrase upon qui mihi, &c. Done into English verse by O. Dykes, for the use of the grammar-school at the Academy in Chancery-Lane.
Dykes, Oswald, 1670?-1728.
London,: Printed by J[ames]. Rawlins, for John Place at Furnivals-Inn-gate in Holborn, MDCC. 
Schools -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Etiquette for children and teenagers -- Early works to 1800.
GOOD MANNERS for SCHOOLS, Or, A PARAPHRASE upon QUI MIHI, &c.