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Magnus Basili[us] de poetarum oratoru[m] historicoru[m] q[uae] ac philosophorum lege[n]dis libris cu[m] com[m]e[n]tariolo Magistri Johan[n]is Honorij Cubitensis.
Author: Saint Basil, Bishop of Caesarea
Publisher: [Martin Landsberg]
Des. Erasmi Roterodami de duplici copia verborum ac rerum commentarij duo ; Erasmi de ratio[n]e studij, deque pueris instituendis Com[m]entariolus, ad Petrum Viteriu[m] Gallum ; Erasmi de laudibus literariæ societatis, Reipublicæ, ac magistratuum urbis Argentinæ, Epistola plane Erasmica, hoc est, elegans, docta & mire candida.
Author: Desiderius Erasmus
Place: [Apud Io. Frobenium]
Publisher: Apud inclytam Basileam
Paedologia Petri Mosellani Protegensis : in puerorum usum conscripta ; Hieronymus ; Non sunt contemnenda quasi parua, sine quibus magna constare no[n] possunt.
Author: Peter Schade
Place: Lipsiae [Leipzig]
Publisher: Ipsis ferijs Diui Mattaei Apostoli
Exquisitissime queque C. Plinij secundi Novocome[n]sis Epistole atque eede[m] castigatissime : ex nove[m] ei[us] epistolaru[m] libris nup[er] electe.
Author: Pliny the Younger
Place: Liptzk [Leipzig]
Publisher: Per Iacobu[m] Thanner
Oratio de laudibus eloguentiae auctore Tranquillo Parthenio Andronico Dalmata : in Gymnasio Lipsensi pronunciata.
Author: Franjo Trankvil Andreis
Place: Lipsiae [Leipzig]
Publisher: Ex officina Melchioris Lottheri
Author: Lodovico Dolce
Place: In Vinegia
Publisher: Appresso Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari
The scholemaster, or, Plaine and perfite way of teaching children to vnderstand, write and speake the Latin tong
but specially purposed for the priuate bringing vp of youth in Ientlemen and Noble mens houses, and commodious also for all such, as haue forgot the Latin tonge, and would, by them selues, without a Scholemaster, in short time, and with small paines, recouer r a sufficient habilitie, to understand, write and speake Latin.
Author: Roger Ascham
Publisher: Printed by Iohn Daye
Lvdvs literarivs, or, The grammar schoole: shewing how to proceede from the first entrance into learning, to the highest perfection required in the grammar schooles, with ease, certainty and delight both to masters and schollers; onely according to our common grammar, and ordinary classicall authours: begun to be sought out at the desire of the some worthy fauorers of learning, by searching the experiments of sundry most profitable schoolemasters and other learned, and confirmed by tryall: intended for the helping of the younger sort of teaching and of all schollers, withall other desirous of learning; for the perpetuall benefit of Church and Common-wealth: it offereth it selfe to all to whom it may doe good or of whom it may reciue good to bring it towards perfection.
Author: John Brinsley
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