4 edition of The French schoole-master found in the catalog.
The French schoole-master
by By Simon Stafford, for Clement Knight dwelling in Pauls Church-yard, at the signe of the Holy Lambe in Imprinted at London
Written in English
|Statement||first collected by C.H. ; and now newly corrected and amended by M.R.F. ...|
|Genre||Conversation and phrase books.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1831:14.|
|Contributions||Erondelle, Pierre, fl. 1586-1609.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 157 [i.e. 311] p.|
|Number of Pages||311|
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It incorporated almost 90 percent of the words of Edmund Coote's English Schoole-Master, a grammar, prayer book, and lexicon with brief definitions published in Moreover, about half of Cawdrey's three thousand entries were taken from a Latin-English dictionary ofThomas Thomas's Dictionarium Linguae Latinae et Anglicanae.
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The Spanish Schoole-master. Containing seven dialogues. Whereunto, are annexed the Lord's prayer by William Stepney.
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