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The beauties of the language of princes : to which is prefixed, a dissertation upon the purity of language, and the difference between purity and beauty ; with many examples of both, chiefly in the French tongue. The French Examples are taken out of the best Authors. To it are added, Notes Grammatical, Critical, Historical, &c. For the Use of Those Noblemen and Gentlemen who read our French as easily as their own English: or Those of my Countrymen who can read English, and have made Grammar their Study. Dedicated to His Majesty. By John Francis de La Fond, Teacher of Languages. Preview this item
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The beauties of the language of princes : to which is prefixed, a dissertation upon the purity of language, and the difference between purity and beauty ; with many examples of both, chiefly in the French tongue. The French Examples are taken out of the best Authors. To it are added, Notes Grammatical, Critical, Historical, &c. For the Use of Those Noblemen and Gentlemen who read our French as easily as their own English: or Those of my Countrymen who can read English, and have made Grammar their Study. Dedicated to His Majesty. By John Francis de La Fond, Teacher of Languages.

Author: John Francis De La Fond
Publisher: London : Printed (by S. Palmer and J. Huggonson in Bartholomew-Close) for the author, and sold by him at his school, [1720?]
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Francis De La Fond
OCLC Number: 642443327
Description: 1 online resource ([6], 100 pages)

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