The complete system of the French language; or a Course of Grammatical Observations, wherein the Great Deficiencies of Former Grammars, and Even Dictionaries, are Supplied; The numerous Examples so fully illustrated, and the Phrases so properly selected, that a diligent Person, desirous of learning French, may, with very little other Assistance, be able to write it with the greatest Accuracy and Elegance, as well as speak it with a just Pronunciation, in much less time than heretofore. By Nicholas Salmon, Author of ``a Footstep to the French Language;'' Which is an Introduction to the present Work

Publication Date1788
Publisherprinted for the author, by T. Spilsbury, Snow-Hill; and sold by Mr. Elmsley, in the Strand; Mr. Hookham, New Bond-Street; and Mr. Richardson, under the Royal Exchange. M.DCC.LXXXVIII. (entered at Stationers Hall.)


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