The first part of the French grammar : artificially reduced into tables, by arte locall, called the arte of memorie. Contayning (after an extraordinary and most easie method) the pronounciation and orthographie of the French tongue according to the new manner of writing ... And as most amply is declared in the explication of the aforesaid reformed alphabet, and letters in it otherwise ordered ... Also the artificiall and generall declination terminatiue of nounes and verbes. Lately compiled by William Colson of London, professor of litterall and liberall sciences.

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Author / Creator:Colson, William.
Imprint:London : Printed by W. Stansby, and are to be sold by Iohn Parker at the signe of the three Pidgeons in Pauls Churchyard, 1620.
Description:1 online resource ([2], 67, [1] pages) : table
Subject:French language -- Orthography and spelling -- Early works to 1800.
French language -- Pronunciation -- Early works to 1800.
French language -- Orthography and spelling.
French language -- Pronunciation.
Early works.
Format: E-Resource Book
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Notes:STC (2nd ed.) 5583
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