The Royal French grammar: by which one may, in a short time, attain the French tongue in perfection. ... Perused by several of the French masters; and recommended as the most easy and compleat French grammar extant.
|Related Names:||La Fontaine, Jean de 1621-1695.|
London, Printed for J. Leui, 1709.
"Fables de Mr. De la Fontaine": p. 368-375.
"A collection of proverbs": p. 343-350.
Added t.-p. in French.
2 p. l., 379 p.
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