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VOCABULARY I.

l'age. Numbers ...

1 Adjectives ending in e mute common to both genders

5 A list of many Adjectives which differ in the masculine and feminine gender 13 Adjectives which, when placed before the substantives, have a meaning different from that which they have when placed after them

29 A list of some Nouns which have the force of adjectives, as they express some qualities or defects in man

3.4 Abstract Nouns

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VOCABULARY II.
Pronouns, Articles, &c.
Adverbs, Prepositions, &c.
Words relating to Vegetables, Animals, &c.
Words relating to the Operations of the Mind, the Feelings of the Heart,
&c. including the chief Conjunctions and Interjections

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Relating to the Food and Clothing of Man, 8c. &c.
Chapter

1. Of Food
1. Of Fish
HI. Of Vegetables
IV. Of Drink

Of Meals, and actions relating thereto
VI. Of the Names of Things necessary at Table
VII. Of Man's Apparel, &c.
VITI. Of Wonian's Apparel, &c. ---**
IX. Of Man's Habitation
X. Of Furniture, and of Domestic Transactions
XI. Of the Kitchen, Cellar, &c.
XI. Of Time
XIII. Of Human Beings, &c.
XIV, Of the Senses, the Body, and Diseases
XV. Of Ordinary Transactions ...

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SECTION II.

Relative to the Town.
I. Of a Town, its various Buildings, &c.

II. Of a School
III. Of Exercises and Plays

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Chapter.
IV. Of Mechanics, &c.......

V. Of the Arts, Sciences, &c.
VI. Of the Church...............
VII. Of the Play-House
VIII. Of Colours, Weights, Measures, Coins, and Metals

IX. Of Titles

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1. Of the Celestial Bodies, the Atmosphere, &c.

248 II. Of Water, Fire, and Earth

251 III. Of the Divisions of the World, Names of Nations, &c.

255 IV. Of Navigation :

259 V. Of Military Affairs

264 Table of French Verbs rendered in English by Verbs followed by Particles

272 Table of Verbs which require Particles in English of different sig. nification from those used in French

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1. Of Meeting and Inquiring after a Friend's Health
II. For asking Questions, Affirning, Denying, &c.
III. Of the Time of Day
IV. Of the Weather
V. Of Going and Coming
VI. Of Hearing, Knowing, being Acquainted, &c.
VII. Of Asking, Thanking, &c..
VIIL. Of the School
IX. Of Meals

X. On the Seasons......
XI. To speak to a Tailor, a Shoemaker, &c.
XII. To Converse and Spend one's Time in Company

Idiomatical and Proverbial Phrases.

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312 .... 314 .... 316

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LE LECTEUR FRANÇAIS.
DIALOGUES, SCÈNES DRAMATIQUES, &c.

Les Jours et les Mois, &c..
Joseph
Les Maçons sur l'échelle
Le Nid de Moineaux

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NUMBENS.

Language is no more than a Collection of Phrases or Sen!ences, by the Help of which Mankind express their Thoughts on the Objects of their Wunts, &c.

One.
Un.
One.
Une.
Two. .
Deur.
Three.
Trois.
Four.
Quatre.
Five.
Cing.
Sis.
Sir.
Seven.
Sept.
Eight.
Huit.
Nine.
Neuf.
Ten.
Dir.
Eleven.
Onze.
Twelve.
Douze.
Thirteen.
Treize.
Fourteen.
Quatorze.
Fifteen.
Quinze.
Sixteen.
Srize.
Seventeen.

Lend me one of your books. m. Prêtez-moi un de vos livres.

He has just broken one of the bottles. f. Il vient de casser une des bouteilles.

His carriage was drawn by two horses.
m. & f. Sa voiture était tirée par deux chevaux.

He lives three doors from here.
Il demeure à trois portes d'ici.
I will send it to you in four hours.
Je vous l'enverrai dans quatre heures.
My house is five miles from town.
Ma maison est à cinq milles de la ville.
I want six of them.
Il m'en faut six.
I have spent seven months with him.
J'ai passé sept mois avec lui.
There were eight of us at table.
Nous étions hxit à table.
He owes him nine guineas.
Il lui doit neuf guinées.
Can you count as high as ten?
Savez-vous compter jusqu'à dir?
I will call at your house about eleven o'clocks
Je passerai chez vous sur les onze heures.
Out of twelve only six remain.
De douze il n'en reste que six.
This piece contains about thirteen yards.
Cette pièce contient environ treize verges.
There were fourteen of the same opinion.
Ils étaient quatorze du même avis.
He died fifteen years old,
Il mourut à l'âge de quinze ans.
The pound of bread is sixteen ounces.
La livre de pain est de seize onces.
Seventeen shillings are coming to me.
Il me revient dix-sept chelins.
I offer you eighteen pence a piece.
Je vous offre dix-huit sous de la pièck.
He sent me nineteen fine peaches.
Il m'a envoyé dir-neuf belles pêcher.
They are twenty in number.
Ils sont au nombre de vingt.

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Dix-sept.

Eighteen.
Dir-huit.
Nineteen.
Dix-neuf.
Twenty.
Vingt.

Vol. I.

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