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PERRIN, Jean Baptiste (fl. 1750--1814)
The practice of the French pronunciation alphabetically exhibited: wherein the several sounds of the letters are distinguished, and the words which have the same sound are placed in one class: with two spelling vocabularies, French and English. By John Perrin. The sixth edition.
London: printed for B. Law, and C. Law, 1795.
[4], 126, [2] p. ; 16.7 cm. (12º)

Includes fables in French and English. With a final advertisement leaf listing fifteen other works by Perrin sold by B. Law. ESTC n39280; Alston XII, 460.

Binding Late C18th linen canvas, paper spine-label lettered in ink 'Perrin'.

Reference Number 220


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