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ALTIERI, Ferdinando
[A new grammar, Italian-English, and English-Italian. Part 1. 1753]
A new Italian grammar, which contains a true and easy method for acquiring this language. With many useful remarks, which are not to be found in any other grammar of this kind. By Ferd. Altieri, author of the Italian and English dictionary, and professor of the Italian tongue in London.
Venice: printed by John Baptist Pasquali, 1753.
[8], 263, [1] p. ; 16.3 cm. (8º)

Originally published as the first part (English-Italian) of A new grammar, Italian-English, and English-Italian, London, 1728, without the vocabulary; the first separate edition was published in Venice, 1736. IESTC n10157; Alston XII.57.

Binding Contemporary C18th vellum, spine without label or lettering.

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