The French alphabet teaching in a very short time, by a most easie way, to pronounce French naturally, to reade it perfectly, to write it truly, and to speake it accordingly. Together with the treasure of the French tongue, conteyning the rarest sentences, prouerbes, parables, similies, apothegmes, and golden sayings of the most excellent French authors, as well poets as orators. The one diligently compiled, and the other painfully gathered and set in order, after the alphabeticall manner, for the benefite of those that are desirous of the French-tongue. By G.D.L.M.N.
At London :
Printed by Richard Field, dwelling in great Woodstreet,
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