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L'ENFANCE

LECTURE ET ÉCRITURE. Par Mdme. Amable TASTU.

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SCÈNES D'HISTOIRE ET DE FAMILLE.
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MICHEL MASSON.-Les Enfants célèbres, ou His-
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illustré.

Mdlle. ULLIAC.-André, ou la Pierre de touche.
Ouvr, cour. 1 vol., illustré de lithogr.

Contes de ma mere l'Oie. 1 vol., illustré de lithogr.

Mdme. A. TASTU.-Lettres de Mdme. de Sévigné précédées de son éloge, couronné par l'Académie fran çaise, et de réflexions sur le style épistolaire par Suard 1 fort vol. orné d'un portrait.

FENELON.-Les Aventures de Télémaque, suivies des Aventures d'Aristonoüs. 1 vol., illustré de 16 jolies vignettes de Baron.

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Julien et Alphonse, par Mdme. F. RICHOMME.
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Contes dans un nouveau genre, pour les petits
enfants de 5 à 7 ans, par Malle. C. DELEYRE. Ouvrage
revu par Mdme. Fanny RICHOMME. 1 vol., illustré.
Contes dans un nouveau genre, pour les enfants
de 7 à 10 ans, par Mdlle. C. DELEYRE. Ouvrage revu
par Mdme. F. RICHOMME. 1 vol., illustré.
L'Ami des Enfants, par BERQUIN.
plus Complète. 2 vol., ornés de 16 vignettes.
Les Enfants de la Providence, par Mdme. DELA-
FAYE-BREHIER. Nouv. édition, revue par Mdme. F.
RICHOMME. 2 vol., ornés de 8 vignettes.

Edition la

Les Petits Béarnais, leçons de morale conven-
ables à la jeunesse, par Mme. DELAFAYE-BREHIER.
Douzième édit., 2 vol., ornés de 8 vign.

Le College incendié, ou les Ecoliers en voyage,
par Mdme. DELAFAYE-BREHIER. 7th édit., revue par
Mdme. F. RICHOMME. 1 vol., orné de 4 vign.
L'Ecolier, ou Raoul et Victor, par Mdme. GUIZOT.
Ouvrage couronné par l'Académie française. Douzième
édit. 2 vols., ornés de 8 jolies vignettes.

Une Famille, on les Avantages d'une bonne édu-
cation, par Mdme. GurzoT. Ouvrage continué par
Mdme. TASTU. 7th édit. 2 vol., ornés de 8 vign.
Les Enfants, contes à l'usage de la jeunesse, par
Mdme. GUIZOT. 2 vol., ornés de 8 vign.
Nouveaux contes, ouvrage à l'usage de la jeunesse,
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jeunesse, par Mdme. Guizor. 1 vol., orné de 4 vign.
Les Récits du Maitre d'école, par Mdme. TASTU,
imités de César Cantu. 1 vol., orné de 4 vign.

Les Jeunes artistes. Contes sur la peinture, la sculpture, la gravure, et la musique, par Mdlle. ULLIAC. 1 vol., orné de 4 vign.

Claude, cu le Gagne-Petit, par Mdlle. ULLIACTREMADEURE. Ouvrage couronné par l'Académie française. Nouv. édit. 1 vol., orné de 4 vign.

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Voyages et Aventures d'un jeune missionaire en Océanie, par Mdme. ELISE MOREAU. Gagne. 1 vol., orné de jolies lithographies.

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rature en prose et en vers, par Mdme. TASTU. 2 vol.,
portraits.

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TASTU. 1 vol., orné de 4 portraits.

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LAURE BERNARD. Ouvrage à l'usage de la jeunesse.
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