|Other titles||Eight parts of speech this day wear mourning gowns.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 1376.|
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The grammarians funeral, or, An elegy composed upon the death of Mr. John Woodmancy: formerly a school-master in Boston: but now published upon the death of the venerable Mr. Ezekiel Chevers [i.e. Cheevers], the late and famous school-master of Boston in New-England ; who departed this life the twenty-first of August Corderius americanus. An essay upon the good education of children. And what may hopefully be attempted, for the hope of the flock. In a funeral sermon upon Mr. Ezekiel Cheever. The ancient and Honourable master of the Free-School in Boston. Who left off, but when mortality took him off, in August, the ninety fourth year of his age. The Grammarians funeral. Or, An elegy composed upon the death of Mr. John Woodmancy, formerly a school-master in Boston: but now published upon the death of the venerable Mr. Ezekiel Chevers, the Positive Photostat.; F G81 Map.; Photostat copy on Green, S. A. Ten facsimile reproductions Boston ; Verse. Boston -- History. from old catalog. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere.. Broader terms: Boston; History. from old catalog; Filed under: Boston -- History. from old catalog Remarks made by Hon. T. H. Perkins at the laying of the corner stone of the Boston exchange, August 2,
Docuit, Annos, LXX. Obiit, A.D. Et quod Mori potuit, Heic Expectat Exoptatq: Primam Sanctorum Resurrectionem ad Immortalitatem. Exuviis debetur Honos. THE GRAMMARIANS FUNERAL. OR, An ELEGY composed upon the Death of Mr. John Woodmancy, formerly a School-Master in Boston: But now Published upon the DEATH of the Venerable ^r. The Grammarians Funeral. | or, | An Elegy com- posed upon the Death of Mr. John Woodmancy, \ formerly a School-Master in Boston: But now Published upon | the Death of the Venerable | Mr. Ezekiel Chevers, | the late and famous School-Master of Boston in New-Bngland; Who 49 lOS- Part 3. pp. Funeral elegy, upon the much to be lamented death and most deplorable expiration of the pious, learned, ingenious, and eminently usefull servant of God, Mr. John Foster, who expired and breathed out his soul quietly into the arms of his blessed Redeemer, at Dorchester, Sept. 9th, Anno Dom: Ætatis anno Danforth, John, A Pindarick elegy upon the renowned Mr. Samuel Willard, late Reverend teacher of the South Church in Boston, and vice-President of Harvard College in Cambridge, who decease September the 12th [n.p.]. [n.d.] Aetatis Anno ; broadside. Reel: 19, No. The Danger of excessive drinking, a poem. [Boston?].
The book is in many old-time library lists in New England, and among the scant volumes of those who had but a single book-shelf or book-box. I have seen abstracts and transpositions of his precepts on the pages of almanacs, the most universally circulated and studied of all eighteenth-century books save the Bible. terraqueous glo[ attempted in verse, for the sake of A Pindarick elegy upon the renowned Mr. Samuel the memory. And principally designed for the use of Willard, late Reverend teacher of the South Church in schools. By an American.; 60 p.1/5(1). Full text of "A dictionary of books relating to America [microform]: from its discovery to the present time" See other formats.