The Columbian grammar: or, An essay for reducing a grammatical knowledge of the English language to a degree of simplicity, which will render it easy for the instructer [sic] to teach, and for the pupil to learn.
|Secondary Title||Accompanied with notes, critical and explanatory. For the use of schools; and of young gentlemen and ladies, natives or foreigners, who are desirous of attempting the study without a tutor. Being designed as part of a general system of education, in the most useful branches of literature, for American youth of both sexes. By Benjamin Dearborn, member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.|
|Author||Dearborn, Benjamin, 1754-1838|
|Publisher||Samuel Hall, for the author|
|View on Gale Primary Sources||CW0110422880|