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By A. BRACHET, Lauréat de l'Académie française.
And adapted for English Schools by the late
Officiers d'Académie, etc.
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Exercises. Cloth. 214 pages, small 8vo. With a complete
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OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. “A good school-book. The type is as clear as the arrangement."- Atheneum, Jan. 6, 1877.
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Giving the latest Results of Modern Philology, and based upon the “Nouvelle Grammaire Française” of
REV. P. H. ERNEST BRETTE, B.D.,
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OPINIONS. “The best Grammar of the French language that has been published in England." PROFESSOR ATTWELL.
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