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difficulties, and to supply that help which grammars and dictionaries are not wont to give.
There is a class of students of French in this country to whom I trust this volume in its improved form will be welcome, especially as together with it is published a “Key” which they at least will know how to use. I allude, of course, to that most interesting and daily increasing class of self-teachers, whom it is indeed a great privilege to be able to assist in their conscientious uphill work.
· A. M.
KING'S COLLEGE, LONDON;