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Books of Instruction. 0481: William Ballantyne, Introduction to Latin Reading

Author: Ballantyne, William
Title: Introduction to Latin Reading, taken from the most Approved Classical Authors arranged in progressive lessons from the most easy to the more difficult rules in syntax according to the Eton Grammar, Whittaker's Latin Exercises and Ruddiman's Rudiments, adapted to the weakest capacity, by a preparation of all the Lessons in Quantity, Etymology, Syntax and intended as a book of Latin reading as soon as the pupil has committed to memory the first declension of nouns, by William Ballantyne. Fifth edition
Cat. Number: 0481
Date: 1834
1st Edition:
Pub. Place: London
Publisher: Whittaker and Co.
Pages: 1 vol., 208pp.
Size: 17 x 10.5 cm

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