A new practical grammar of the Spanish language in five parts. I. Of the character, sound, and quantity of the Spanish language. II. Of the various sorts and classes of words, their declensions and properties. III. The syntax; the rules of which are explained in a copious and extensive manner. IV. An enlarged vocabulary; containing the terms of the parts of the human body, &c.; of commerce, navigation, war, natural history, and the various arts and trades. V. Familiar phrases and dialogues; select fables; with useful examples of the mercantile correspondence--carefully compiled from the best authors. The whole in Spanish and English, and calculated to render the study of the Spanish language easy, comprehensive, and entertaining. By the Rev. Don Felipe Fernandez, A.M. a native of Spain, and founder of the Royal Oeconomical Society of Xerez de la Frontera

Main Author: Fernandez, Felipe
Other Authors: Bradford, Thomas (Printer), Bradford, William (Printer)
Format: eBook
Published: Philadelphia Printed by T. and W. Bradford, booksellers, no. 8, South Front Street 1798, [1798?]
Edition:The first American edition, carefully re-printed from the second London, and revised by a gentleman in this city
Online Access:
Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:Date of publication suggested by Evans. - Edition statement transposed; precedes "By the Rev. Don Felipe Fernandez .." on title page. - English Short Title Catalog, W13901. - Error in paging: p. 320 misnumbered 920. - Evans, 33731. - Reproduction of original from Library of Congress
Physical Description:Online-Ressource (vii, [1], 356 p) 8°