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    • Nouvelle Methode pour Apprendre le Lingue Latine, Tome Premier 

      Launay, M. de (RobustelVeuve Robinot et Babuty Fils. Paris, 1756)
      In this new method, each pair of pages has four elements. The whole left page is taken up with a running vocabulary. The top of the right-hand page is a prose presentation of the Latin, with the appropriate French word ...
    • Nouvelle Methode pour Apprendre le Lingue Latine, Tome Second 

      No Author (Veuve Robinot et Babuty Fils. Paris, 1759)
      Note that the first of this two-volume set was published in 1756. This second volume spends 328 pages on a questionable task. Each word of the thirty fables of the first book of Phaedrus is thoroughly parsed and construed. ...