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HUDSON, Peter (fl. 1756--1776)
[The French scholar's guide. 1763]
The French scholar's guide: or, an easy help for translating French into English. Containing 1. Select fables. 2. Diverting tales. 3. Witty repartees. 4. Rarities of different countries. 5. Familiar letters. 6. Moral sentences. 7. Bills, receipts, and other forms of business, &c. With an index, ... of all the words contained in the book, their proper signification in English, and their grammatical derivation. Designed for the use of schools, as well as private learners; ... By Peter Hudson, ... The third edition, corrected and enlarged.
London: printed for George Keith; and sold by the author, at his school in St. Martin's-le-Grand, 1763.
xxviii, [2], 343, [1] p.; 17.0 cm. (12º)

First published: 1755. Additional facing title-page in French reads 'Guide pour ceux qui commencent à apprendre la Langue Françoise. ...'. Advertisement on recto of French title-page; and a final page of advertisements at the end. ESTC n3332.

Copy Notes Various inscriptions in ink on both pastedowns, including the name Thomas Ramsey; some annotations inscribed in pencil in the text.

Binding Contemporary sheep, gilt double-ruled borders and spine, without spine-label or lettering.

Reference Number 228


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