Containing accurate definitions of the several parts of speech, also rules and directions which extend to every part of the language; with a praxis, shewing how the rules are to be applied in the resolution of sentences. By William Ward; M.A. master of the Grammar-School at Bevorley, in the county of York.
Ward, William, 1708 or 9-1772
A. Ward, for C. Etherington: and sold in London by Stanley Crowder, in Pater-noster-Row; William Nicoll, in St. Paul's Church Yard; and William Charnley, at Newcastle upon Tyne