Title: Principes Generaux et Particuliers de la Langue Francaise, 1807
Author: Noel-Francois de Wailly
Publisher: A Paris, Chez H. Barbou
Condition: Very Good
An early 19th century edition of de Wailly’s famous work, Principes Generaux et Particuliers de la Langue Francaise, otherwise known as the General and Particular Principles of the French Language, Confirmed by Selected Examples, Instructive, Pleasant, and Drawn from Good Authors. First published in 1754, the Principes revolutionized the teaching of grammar in France, adopted as a textbook by the University of Paris, and used throughout France. There are additional remarks on letters pronunciation, accents, punctuation, spelling, and more. This is the 11th revised edition. Of de Wailly, he was a French grammarian and lexicographer.
One finely bound volume in 12mo, (4)+548 pages
On note of condition, this volume is in very good shape, with minor rubbing and scuffing to the binding. There is very little foxing or staining throughout.