A regular English syntax.
|Secondary Title||Wherein is exhibited the whole variety of English construction, properly exemplified. To which is added the elegant manner of arranging words and members of sentences. The whole reduced to practice. For the use of private young gentlemen and ladies, as well as of our most eminent schools. By James Buchanan.|
|Author||Buchanan, James, fl. 1753-1773|
|Publisher||Charles Cist, no. 104, in Second-Street, near the corner of Race-Street|
|View on Gale Primary Sources||CB0131109898|