Hoole, C. (1673). Childrens talk, English & Latin : divided into several clauses : wherein the propriety of both languages is kept : that children by the help of their mother-tongue, may more easily learn to discourse in good Latine amongst themselves : there are also numbers set down betwixt both, which do shew the place and natural use of any word or phrase / By Charles Hoole, Master of Arts, L.C. Oxon, teacher of a private grammar-school betwixt Goldsmiths-Alley in Redcross-street, and Maidenhead Court in Aldersgate-street, London. Printed for the Company of Stationers.MLA Citation
Hoole, Charles. Childrens Talk, English & Latin : Divided Into Several Clauses : Wherein the Propriety of Both Languages Is Kept : That Children By the Help of Their Mother-tongue, May More Easily Learn to Discourse in Good Latine Amongst Themselves : There Are Also Numbers Set Down Betwixt Both, Which Do Shew the Place and Natural Use of Any Word or Phrase / By Charles Hoole, Master of Arts, L.C. Oxon, Teacher of a Private Grammar-school Betwixt Goldsmiths-Alley in Redcross-street, and Maidenhead Court in Aldersgate-street, London. Printed for the Company of Stationers, 1673.