||for the instruction of children in the Latin tongue, by few and easy rules in their own language. (it being impossible for them to learn it by any other.) With Notes proper for the Higher Classes, An Alphabetical List of near six Hundred Adjectives of various Structure: And An Appendix, containing some Observations, which are not to be found in any former Syntax or Grammar. For the use of Tamworth School. The second edition. With the addition of a figurative syntax, 100 Adjectives, 200 various Structures, and several new chapters. By Samuel Shaw, M. D. And School-Master of Tamworth, in the Counties of Stafford and Warwick.