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DELETANVILLE, Thomas (fl. 1757--1783)
The first rudiments of the French tongue, digested in an order entirely new, and adapted to the meanest capacity, by way of question and answer. By Thomas Deletanville, teacher of the French and Latin languages.
London: printed for the author; and sold by F. Noble; and R. Ryall and J. Withy, 1757.
iv, 120 p. ; 16.5 cm. (12º)

Not in ESTC.

Binding C18th sheep, blind double-ruled borders with additional blind roll-tool parallel to spine, without spine-label or lettering.

Reference Number 216


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