A light to grammar, and all other arts and sciences. Or, the rule of practise proceeding by the clue of nature, and conduct of right reason so opening the doore thereunto. The first part concerning grammar, the preparatories thereto; rules of practice through the same; clearing the method all along.
Author(s)Woodward, Ezekias, 1590-1675.
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Abstract, 97, , 160 p.
By Ezekias Woodward, who signs the dedication to King Charles I and both prefaces.
'A gate to sciences, opened by a naturall key' has a separate titlepage, with imprint: "Printed at London for Iohn Bartlet. 1641.", and separate pagination. The register is continuous.
At bottom of p.156: "Finis".
Pages 157-160 contain omissions "which are here inserted to the second part.".
Reproduction of the original in the All Souls College Library, Oxford.
(stc) Wing W3497
(stc) ESTC R215934
(eebo citation) 99827692