A treatise of languages wherein are laid down the general principles of each, with proper rules to judge of their respective merits and excellence, and more particularly of the French and English.
|Secondary Title||Wrote originally in French by Monsieur Du Tremblay, professor of languages in the Royal Academy of Angers in France. And now translated into English by M.H.|
|Author||Frain du Tremblay, Jean, 1641-1724|
|Publisher||D. Leach, at Lock's Head adjoyning to Ludgate|
|View on Gale Primary Sources||CB0129436482|