1. Cato’s Distichs concerning Manners. 2. Excellent Sayings of the…

1. Cato’s Distichs concerning Manners. 2. Excellent Sayings of the seven Wise Men of Greece. 3. Publius's Stage Verses, or Seneca's Proverbs, in Latin and English. Likewise Cato Construed Grammatically, with one Row Latin, and another English. Whereby little Children may Understandingly learn the Rules of Common Behaviour. By Charles Hoole, Master of Arts, and Teacher of Private Grammar School in Goldsmiths-Alley, London. by HOOLE, Charles. < >
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  • Another image of 1. Cato’s Distichs concerning Manners. 2. Excellent Sayings of the seven Wise Men of Greece. 3. Publius's Stage Verses, or Seneca's Proverbs, in Latin and English. Likewise Cato Construed Grammatically, with one Row Latin, and another English. Whereby little Children may Understandingly learn the Rules of Common Behaviour. By Charles Hoole, Master of Arts, and Teacher of Private Grammar School in Goldsmiths-Alley, London. by HOOLE, Charles.

1. Cato’s Distichs concerning Manners. 2. Excellent Sayings of the seven Wise Men of Greece. 3. Publius's Stage Verses, or Seneca's Proverbs, in Latin and English. Likewise Cato Construed Grammatically, with one Row Latin, and another English. Whereby little Children may Understandingly learn the Rules of Common Behaviour. By Charles Hoole, Master of Arts, and Teacher of Private Grammar School in Goldsmiths-Alley, London.

London: Printed for the Company of Stationers, 1722. [xxii], 1-70 + [2] page index. Title in Latin and English. Original full sheep. 12mo. Binding very worn, with corners bumped and worn; spine split along lower board; small loss to both head and heel of spine; fore-edges browned; some old ink marks to endpapers; ownership inscription to 2nd front free endpaper; else a good plus copy of a rare book.

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