Phaedri fabulae, or Phaedrus's fables, with the following improvements, in a method entirely new, viz., the words of the author are placed according to their grammatical construction beneath every fable; the rhetorical figures also as they occur: and to make the pronunciation easy, all words of above two syllables are marked with proper accents ...
|Other Authors:||Stirling, John,|
London, C. C. and J. Robins, et al., 1800.
On t.-p.: "For the use of schools."
T.-p. in Latin and English.
 170 p.,
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