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GRAMMAR, exemplified without Rules; or, a New, Easy, and Certain Plan for speaking French

Months. JOHN LOTH, Teacher of Languages. By this method every Governess and Teacher may easily impart the French Language to their Pupils in this short time. 2s. 6d.

By the same Author,
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