A dictionary in English and Latine; devised for the capacitie of children, and young beginners. At first set forth by M. Withals, with phrases both rythmicall and proverbiall: recognized by Dr. Evans; after by Abr. Fleming: and then by William Clerk. And now at this last impression enlarged with an encrease of words, sentences, phrases, epigrams, histories, poeticall fictions, and alphabeticall proverbs; with a compendius nomenclator newly added at the end. Corrected and amended in divers places ...

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Withals, John, active 1556 [Browse]
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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
London, T. Purfoot, 1634.
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[14], 623 pages 17 cm

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