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1. CONSIDERABLE ADDITIONS TO EVERY FORMER PART.
LETTERS, AND DIFFERENT SUBJECTS TO BE AMPLIFIED ACCORDING
BY P. F. MERLET,
London University College.
EFFINGHAM WILSON, ROYAL EXCHANGE;
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Those difficulties of the French language which do not strictly form a part of the most necessary rules of Syntax, have been placed here alphabetically, for the purpose of being used by way of reference. This portion of the work may be considered as complete in itself, and may, therefore, as well as the Pronunciation, the Accidence, and the Syntax, be had separately; or the four works may be had in one volume, forming a complete French Grammar.
N.B. With a view to render this work more practically useful, such additions and improvements have been made in this edition as are mentioned in the title-page.