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Context of Syllabaire françois, or, A French spelling-book : containing the names and use of the French letters, with their various combinations, exemplified in a large and select variety of words, digested into classes, according to the number of syllables each word contains : to which are respectively annexed, short and pleasing essays on reading, calculated chiefly to lead young beginners, with ease, from the knowledge of single letters, to the reading of the longest and most difficult polysyllables : also an introduction to French grammar, by way of question and answer, illustrated by examples : a vocabulary of the words most generally used in both languages, common forms of speech upon familiar subjects, the catechism, &c., by Mr. Porny [i.e. Antoine Pyron Du Martre]
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