An essay on grammar, as it may be applied to the English language. In two treatises.
|Secondary Title||The one speculative, being an attempt to investigate proper principles. The other practical, containing definitions and rules deduced from the principles, and illustrated by a variety of examples from the most approved writers. A new edition. By William Ward, A.M. master of the Grammar-School at Beverley in the county of York.|
|Author||Ward, William, 1708 or 9-1772|
|Publisher||J. Murray, No. 32, Fleet Street|
|View on Gale Primary Sources||CB0126263258|