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LIST OF PORTUGUESE BOOKS
published and imported by FRANZ THIMM
European and Oriental Bookseller.
24 Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, London,
A well assorted Stock of the
German, French, Italian, Spanish, Swedish, Danish, Dutch, Russian, as well as Oriental Languages is always on hand.
Cabano's Portuguese Grammar, with Exercises. A new
practical and easy Method. 3rd Edit. 8vo. Cloth. 1869. 0 4 Monteiro's Portuguese and English Idiomatic Dialogues. Vieyra's Portuguese and English Dictionary. 12m. roan.
2. With French
Constancio, Grammaire Portugaise
Dialogues, Portugais-français 120
Fonseca, Dictionaire portugais français 2 vols. 8o sewed. 0 18
3. With German
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Ollendorf's Portugiesische Grammatik
Bösche's Portugiesische Sprachlehre. 1853.
Portugiesisch-deutsches Wörterbuch. 2 vols. 8vo.
Camões, Os Lusiadas. Poemo epico. ed. Fonseca. 8vo. 1846. ditto. 12mo.
Correspondencia Commercial, (Portuguese & French)
Collecção de autores portuguezes vol. I. Dias, G. Cantos. 2 vols. 1860.
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Constancio, Historia de Brasil (Portuguese). 2 vols. 8vo.
Fonseca, Prosas Selectas, ou escolha dos melhores logares
dos auctores portuguezes. 1855.
Printed by J. B. Hirschfeld at Leipsic.
LIST OF THE BEST BOOKS
for the Study of Foreign Languages
Foreign Bookseller and Publisher, 24 Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, London W.
Post Office Orders to be made payable at Vere Street
EUROPEAN, ORIENTAL AND CLASSICAL GRAMMARS after an easy and practical Method, with Exercises, Reading-Lessons and
All uniform in size 8vo. and neatly bound in Cloth.
GERMAN GRAMMAR by Meissner. 10th Ed. 1867
PORTUGUESE GRAMMAR by Cabano. 2nd Ed.
Key to ditto sewed
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DUTCH GRAMMAR by Ahn. 2nd Ed. 1860.
LATIN GRAMMAR by Seidenstücker. 2nd Ed. 1862
RUSSIAN GRAMMAR by J. Alexandrow. 1867
Series of European Grammars
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combine Theory with Practice, and follow the ideas which eminent men have adopted, as to the clearest and most rational method of teaching languages. The celebrated philosopher Leibnitz remarked "my opinion with regard to grammar is this, most is learned by use the rules must be added for finish" and the learned philologist Facciolati observes, I am indebted to the classical authors for every thing I know, to the grammarians I owe nothing."
SEIDENSTÜCKER, was the first who in 1811 introduced this new Method for the Latin, Greek and French languages, and to him belongs in justice the merit, of having introduced a rational system of tuition. Ahn who made use of this method long after in 1834, acknowledges in his Preface, Seiden
stücker as the originator of the System. But there was an essential point omitted even in these books. It was, that the
"grammatical form should precede the Exercises, so that the learner "should at once be made acquainted with the grammatical structure "of the foreign language, without which, he could never attain a "thorough knowledge of it".
This then is the principle which has been followed in "FRANZ THIMM'S Series of European Grammars" and which gives it a distinct feature of progress over the former systems pursued.
The prevalent idea in these grammars is that of teaching a language easily and pleasantly, of adapting it to every capacity, of removing all unnecessary difficulties and at the same time of imparting the necessary grammatical knowledge.
In this respect therefore
"Franz Thimm's Series of Grammars"
is not ouly original, but extending the new Method to all the languages of Europe, it is unique.
NEW SERIES OF FOREIGN DIALOGUES,
On an entirely new and practical plan, calculated to insure a rapid acquisition of Foreign Languages. 12mo. Cloth. £ S. d. GERMAN and ENGLISH Dialogues, by Meissner.
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Turkish, Russian, English and French Vocabulary for Tra
vellers in the East.
A correct and fluent conversation will soon be obtained by the use of these Dialogues for they contain nothing but important matter. The words generally in use, the easy colloquial phrases and the idiomatic expressions of the language, which form the essence of correct conversation, have been carefully arranged, so as to make these Dialogues really useful. Published by Mr. FRANZ THIMM, Foreign Publisher, 24 Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, London.
Dialogues in 3 Languages.
TRAVELLER'S PRACTICAL MANUAL
OF CONVERSATION IN THREE LANGUAGES
ENGLISH, GERMAN AND FRENCH.
TRAVELLER'S PRACTICAL MANUAL
OF CONVERSATION IN FOUR LANGUAGES
ENGLISH, GERMAN, FRENCH AND ITALIAN.
"Useful for travellers or for the study of comparative languages."
in a wrapper 8vo. "one Shilling" each
A new System on the most simple principles for self-tuition, with the complete english pronunciation of every word, table of coins etc. 8vo. Price "one Shilling" sewed.
Very practical and useful introductory - treatises for self-tuition with the correct pronunciation of these languages.
The most approved Books for the tuition of Foreign Languages. German Language.
I. For the Nursery.
CHILD'S GERMAN BOOK by Hahn. 3rd Ed. 12mo. Cl. "An excellent and easy Book for Children."
SCHMIDT, CH., One Hundred German Tales, with english notes by Mathias. 5th Ed. 8vo. 1866. Cloth.
"Simple moral tales written in an easy german style, the
"very best book for beginners."
HAHN'S Interlinear German Reading Book, for self-tui
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tion. (Hamiltonian Method.) 8vo. 1857. Cloth. 02 6 THE FIRST BOOK OF GERMAN POETRY. Deutsche Gedichte für den ersten Unterricht, ausgewählt von F. Geissler. 12mo. 1857. Cloth.. "Containing German Nursery Rhymes, Fables, and Poems "of an easy verse and construction, gradually rising to and in"cluding the minor poems of Schiller, Goethe and Uhland. All "selected to be learnt by heart." LESSING'S Fabeln (Prose and Verse) with english notes by Hill. 12mo. 1859. boards.
"Of a classic simplicity. Text book for Government
GERMAN SELF-TAUGHT, with complete pronunciation of every word. 8vo. sewed
II. For the Class Room.
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MEISSNER, M., A new practical and easy method of
learning the German Language. Edition. 1867. 8vo. Cloth. "This Grammar, which has at once embraced and super"ceeded all former systems, is one of the most valuable german "Grammars published it is not only an easy book for be"ginners, but also a desirable class book for progressive study "Professors pronounce it the "best german Grammar ever "published."
Key to ditto. sewed.
JULIUS, German Writing Copies (Deutsche Vorschriften.)
"are methodical and the proper modern handwriting."
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FRANZ THIMM'S GERMAN COPY BOOK. A new and
complete Method, imparting a modern and elegant.
"A perfect Method of german writing very useful for Schools "and Classes." HAHN'S GERMAN TALES AND STORIES; including Hauff's kalte Herz Schmidt's Täubchen - Auerbach, des Waldschützen Sohn, for progressive reading with english notes. 8vo. 1857. Cloth. CAROVE'S MÄRCHEN OHNE ENDE (the story without an end) with english notes by Mathias.
Cloth gilt edged
"Nowhere will you find the book of nature more freshly and "beautifully opened, than in Carové's 'Märchen ohne Ende' of its "kind one of the best that was ever written."
Quarterly Reriew January 1867.
SCHMIDT'S German Plays, adapted for School-Reading
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with english notes by A. E. Hill. 8vo. Cloth. 050
II. Der Blumenkranz - Der Eeierdieb.
III. Emma oder die kindliche Liebe. "Adapted for children, and may easily be acted." KOTZEBUE'S Deutsche Kleinstädter, with notes by
KOTZEBUE'S Pagenstreiche, with notes by Meissner. 8. "The text of these two Comedies has been altered in this "edition, so as to adapt them for Ladies and Schools. Only "these Editions by "Meissner" can be safely used." MEISSNER'S German and English Idiomatic Phrases and
Dialogues. 4th Ed. 12mo. Cloth. 1867. . . 0 2 6 "This Dialogue and Phrasebook only contains useful matter, "such as will give great facility of expression in speaking the "language. Very useful for Travellers."
III. For the Senior Class.
THIMM, F., the Literature of Germany from its earliest
loped. 2nd Ed. illustrated, fscap. 8vo. Cloth. 1866. 0 5 0 "Among publications of a superior kind, fitted to give an "excellent sketch of the rise and progress of German literature, "we are acquainted with no work so well adapted as Mr. Thimm's, "of which a new edition has just appeared. The characters of "the leading writers are ably and graphically depicted, and their "chief works enumerated."
Oxford Journal. 17 March 1866.
THIEME'S German Dictionary, publ. by FRANZ THIMM. Cl. 0 7 0 THIEME'S Critical German and English and English
and German Dictionary. imp. 8. bound. 1866 "These two, are the best german and english Dictionaries, "that can be placed into the hands of the german Scholar. Its "advantages are numerous. "The accent is given, which facilitates
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