A Compendious Way of Teaching Ancient and Modern Languages, Formerly Practised by the Learned Tanaquil Faber, in the education of one of his sons, and of his daughter, the celebrated Madam Dacier, and now, with little alteration, successfully executed in
[Phillipps, Jenkin Thomas].

London: Printed by J. Downing, for the author, 1723. Second edition, with significant additions; first published in 1721 (98 pp. only). ESTC catalogues this work as if it were essentially a translation of Tanneguio Le Fèvre’s essay (his “Methode court et facile pour apprendre les humanité A fine copy, uncut and partially unopened. Original pale blue wrappers, a bit dusty, some wear to spine. [4], iv, 128, 169-184 pp (Item ID: 7486)


ESTC notes five copies in North America.

Alston X, 167. cf. Coleridge, Turnbull Milton Collection, 36 and 38 (the editions of 1727/8 and 1750 only.

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