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INTRODUCTION au Lecteur François, ou Recueil de pieces choices; avec l'explication des idiotismes et des phrases qui s'y trouvent.
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LECTEUR FRANCOIS: ou, Recueil de Pieces, en Prose et en Verse, tires des Meilleurs Ecrivains pour servir a perfectionner les jeunes Gens dans la Lecture; a etendre leur Connoissance de la Langue Francoise ; et a leur inculquer des Principes de Vertu et de Piete. Par LINDLEY MURRAY.
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