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Bachmair, John James:

A COMPLETE GERMAN GRAMMAR, IN TWO PARTS. THE FIRST PART CONTAINING THE THEORY OF THE LANGUAGE THROUGH ALL THE PARTS OF SPEECH; THE SECOND PART IS THE PRACTICE IN AS AMPLE A MANNER AS CAN BE DESIRED...THE SECOND AMERICAN EDITION. TO WHICH ARE PREFIXED RULES FOR PRONUNCIATION AND SPELLING.

Charles Cist, Philadelphia: 1793 [ii], 285, [1 blank], [2 Index] pp. Pages 213, 266 numbered incorrectly as issued; page 59 correctly numbered. Light fox, light wear, light tan. Bound in original sheep, rebacked, new endpapers. Good+. A very scarce German grammar, OCLC locating seven copies only. The first American edition issued from Philadelphia in 1772. Evans 25128. NAIP w020062. OCLC 26724536 [7].


Book Id: 20157

Price: $450.00

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