Claudius Mauger's French grammar; with shorter, and more substantial rules than formerly; with many and easie additions, to help the learner, as the government of verbs, the conjugation of all such, as are irregular, by all their persons; the placing of the accent: together with several dialogues, both familiar, and eloquent. Besides, what was in the former editions. The seventh edition. Exactly corrected by the author himself, late professour of the said tongue at Blais in France.
printed by T.R. for John Martyn, and are to be sold at the sign of the Bell in St. Pauls church-yard,
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