Mair, J. (1785). A radical vocabulary, Latin and English: comprehending the more usual primitives of the Latin tongue, digested alphabetically, in the order of the parts of speech : to which is subjoined, an appendix, containing rules for the gender of nouns, for the preterites and supines of verbs, and for the quantity of syllables, in English prose; as also, an explication of the kalends, nones, and ides : intended for the perusal of boys while they are learning the vocabulary .... 6th ed. Edinburgh: Printed by Murray and Cochrane.MLA Citation
Mair, John, 1702 or 1703-1769. A Radical Vocabulary, Latin And English: Comprehending the More Usual Primitives of the Latin Tongue, Digested Alphabetically, In the Order of the Parts of Speech : to Which Is Subjoined, an Appendix, Containing Rules for the Gender of Nouns, for the Preterites And Supines of Verbs, And for the Quantity of Syllables, In English Prose; As Also, an Explication of the Kalends, Nones, And Ides : Intended for the Perusal of Boys While They Are Learning the Vocabulary .... 6th ed. Edinburgh: Printed by Murray and Cochrane, 1785.
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