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The Resource The true principles of the French language, : in four parts. Containing, I. Easy Rules and concise Tables for the true Pronounciation of that Language. II. The Analysis of the Nine Parts of Speech. III. A compleat Syntax, or Rules for the right joining together of Words in a Sentence, according to the Use of the most modern and most modern and most celebrated French Writers; and an Explication of the figurative and difficult Phrases. IV. Familiar Phrases and Dialogues; with an Alphabetical List of the French Verbs, both Regular and Irregular, shewing at one View the Formation of the Participles in both Genders and Numbers. The second edition, with additions and large improvements. By V.J. Peyton, (electronic resource)

The true principles of the French language, : in four parts. Containing, I. Easy Rules and concise Tables for the true Pronounciation of that Language. II. The Analysis of the Nine Parts of Speech. III. A compleat Syntax, or Rules for the right joining together of Words in a Sentence, according to the Use of the most modern and most modern and most celebrated French Writers; and an Explication of the figurative and difficult Phrases. IV. Familiar Phrases and Dialogues; with an Alphabetical List of the French Verbs, both Regular and Irregular, shewing at one View the Formation of the Participles in both Genders and Numbers. The second edition, with additions and large improvements. By V.J. Peyton, (electronic resource)

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The true principles of the French language, : in four parts. Containing, I. Easy Rules and concise Tables for the true Pronounciation of that Language. II. The Analysis of the Nine Parts of Speech. III. A compleat Syntax, or Rules for the right joining together of Words in a Sentence, according to the Use of the most modern and most modern and most celebrated French Writers; and an Explication of the figurative and difficult Phrases. IV. Familiar Phrases and Dialogues; with an Alphabetical List of the French Verbs, both Regular and Irregular, shewing at one View the Formation of the Participles in both Genders and Numbers. The second edition, with additions and large improvements. By V.J. Peyton
Title
The true principles of the French language,
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in four parts. Containing, I. Easy Rules and concise Tables for the true Pronounciation of that Language. II. The Analysis of the Nine Parts of Speech. III. A compleat Syntax, or Rules for the right joining together of Words in a Sentence, according to the Use of the most modern and most modern and most celebrated French Writers; and an Explication of the figurative and difficult Phrases. IV. Familiar Phrases and Dialogues; with an Alphabetical List of the French Verbs, both Regular and Irregular, shewing at one View the Formation of the Participles in both Genders and Numbers. The second edition, with additions and large improvements. By V.J. Peyton
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Language
eng
Cataloging source
Uk-ES
Citation location within source
  • XII 387
  • T133246
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  • Alston
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Peyton, V. J
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dictionaries
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French language
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The true principles of the French language, : in four parts. Containing, I. Easy Rules and concise Tables for the true Pronounciation of that Language. II. The Analysis of the Nine Parts of Speech. III. A compleat Syntax, or Rules for the right joining together of Words in a Sentence, according to the Use of the most modern and most modern and most celebrated French Writers; and an Explication of the figurative and difficult Phrases. IV. Familiar Phrases and Dialogues; with an Alphabetical List of the French Verbs, both Regular and Irregular, shewing at one View the Formation of the Participles in both Genders and Numbers. The second edition, with additions and large improvements. By V.J. Peyton, (electronic resource)
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  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
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ESTCT133246
Dimensions
120
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unknown
Extent
vi,[10],522p.
Form of item
electronic
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Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
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The true principles of the French language, : in four parts. Containing, I. Easy Rules and concise Tables for the true Pronounciation of that Language. II. The Analysis of the Nine Parts of Speech. III. A compleat Syntax, or Rules for the right joining together of Words in a Sentence, according to the Use of the most modern and most modern and most celebrated French Writers; and an Explication of the figurative and difficult Phrases. IV. Familiar Phrases and Dialogues; with an Alphabetical List of the French Verbs, both Regular and Irregular, shewing at one View the Formation of the Participles in both Genders and Numbers. The second edition, with additions and large improvements. By V.J. Peyton, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
Control code
ESTCT133246
Dimensions
120
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
vi,[10],522p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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