Brinsley, J. (1653). The posing of the parts, or, A most plain and easie way of examining the accidence and grammar, by questions and answers, arising directly out of the words of the rules ... whereby all schollers may attain most speedily to the perfect learning ... in the Latine tongue .. (The 11th ed., corrected, and inlarged ..). Printed by M.F. and L.L. for Henry Hood.MLA Citation
Brinsley, John. The Posing of the Parts, Or, A Most Plain and Easie Way of Examining the Accidence and Grammar, By Questions and Answers, Arising Directly Out of the Words of the Rules ... Whereby All Schollers May Attain Most Speedily to the Perfect Learning ... in the Latine Tongue .. The 11th ed., corrected, and inlarged .. Printed by M.F. and L.L. for Henry Hood, 1653.