Aristarchus, Or the Principles of Composition: Containing a Methodical Arrangement of the Improprieties Frequent in Writing and Conversation; With Select Rules for Attaining to Purity and Elegance of Expression (Classic Reprint)

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Excerpt from Aristarchus, or the Principles of Composition: Containing a Methodical Arrangement of the Improprieties Frequent in Writing and Conversation; With Select Rules for Attaining to Purity and Elegance of Expression

Mr. Milner was the master: he made such rapid progress in his studies, that he was admitted a member of Trinity College at Cambridge in the year 1777. Here he continued about one year and a half, when he removed to Queen's College (where Mr. Milner's brother was tutor), and he is said to have attained great proficiency in the Greek and Latin languages.

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