A copy of the poll, (In alphabetical order.) taken at the Guild-Hall, in the town of Kingston upon hull, o'Wednesday the 12th, and Thursday the 13th of october, 1774. Before Ralph Darling, Esq; sheriff and alderman of the said town. By virtue of a writ for electing two members to serve in Parliament; the right hod. Lord Robert Manners. The hod. Thomas Shirley, David Hartley, Esq; candidates.
- Hull (England)
Two grammatical treatises: viz. I. Animadversions on the Latin grammar lately published by Mr. Robert Trotter Schoolmaster at Drumfries; by Mr. John Love Schoolmaster at Dumbarton. II. A dissertation upon the way of teaching that language: wherein the objections raised against Mr. Ruddiman's and other such like grammars, for their being too full and particular, are answered and confuted; And the vulgar Practice of teaching Latin by a Grammar writ in the same Language, is justified and defended. Together with some critical remarks on the new Latin grammar composed by Mr. John Clarke Schoolmaster at Hull. And on the Use he would have to be made of his literal Translations. By another hand.
- Love, John, 1695-1750.
- Printed in the Year MDCCXXXIII.