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Author: Mauger, Claude.
Title: Mr. Mauger's French grammar: enriched with severall choise dialogues, containing an exact account of the state of France, ecclesiasticall, civil, and military, as it flourisheth at present under King Louis the fourteenth. Also a chapter of Anglicismes; vvith instructions for travellers into France.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Mr. Mauger's French grammar: enriched with severall choise dialogues, containing an exact account of the state of France, ecclesiasticall, civil, and military, as it flourisheth at present under King Louis the fourteenth. Also a chapter of Anglicismes; vvith instructions for travellers into France.
Mauger, Claude.

London: Printed by R.D. for Iohn Martin, and Iames Allestree, at the Bell in St. Pauls Church-yard, 1656.
Alternate titles: Grammaire françoise. English
Subject terms:
French language -- Grammar
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A88963.0001.001

Contents
title page
A MONSIEUR le COLONEL BULLAR.
To the right Honourable COLONEL ANTHONY BULLAR.
Erudito Lectori Extraneo.
Learned Reader.
Ad Illustrissimam Dominam D. Annam Rous linguae Latinae peritissimam, filiam honoratissimi D. Thom. Rous de Lench Equitis aurati.
Pour Mademoiselle Marie Crane.
Pour Mademoiselle Isabelle de Colladon.
Pour Mademoiselle Elisabeth Crane.
Pour Mademoiselle Elisabeth Hatton.
Pour Mesdemoiselles Ieane & Elc: Hatton.
A Monsieur Mauger Professeur de Blois.
Carmen Alcaicum in honorem perdocti Domini Claudii Maugerii Philosophi insignis, oratoris eloquentissimi, linguarumque peritissimi Magistri.
In librum Domini Claudii-Maugerii Rhetoricae & linguarum antea Magistri Blesis.
ERRATA.
New and easy DIRECTIONS for the French Tongue.
TYROCINIUM LINGUAE GALLICAE DE ARTICULIS.
part
CAPUT I.
Exemplum nominis foem.
Duplex est apud Gallos Articulus Genitivi, Definitus, & indefinitus.
CAPUT II. De Applicatione indefiniti.
CAPUT III. De Articulo Definito.
CAPUT VI. De Adverbiis Motus.
CAPUT V. De Quaestione d'ou: Id est, Vnde.
CAPUT VI. De Quaestione quà: Id est, par où.
CAPUT VII. De Gradibus Comparationis.
CAPUT VIII. De Apostrophe.
CAPUT IX. De Formatione Pluralis Numeri.
part
CAPUT I. De Generibus Nominum.
CAPUT II. De Pronominibus.
Demonstrativa.
CAPUT III. De Pronominibus Possessivis.
CAPUT IV. De Pronominibus Relativis.
CAPUT V. De Pronominibus Indefinitis.
part
CAPUT I. De Formatione Substantivorum Foemininorum.
CAPUT II. De Adjectivis Foemininis formatis ab adjectivis masculinis.
part
CAPUT I. De variis Verborum Temporibus, ac primum de praesenti.
CAPUT II. De Imperfecto.
CAPUT III. De Praeterito Perfecto.
CAPUT IV. Quando utendum Definito.
CAPUT V. Quando utendum Indefinito.
CAPUT VI. De plusquam perfecto, futuro, & Imperativo.
CAPUT VII. De Optativo Modo.
CAPUT VIII. De Imperfectis Optativi.
CAPUT IX. De Infinitivo.
CAPUT X. De Participio Praesentis.
CAPUT XI. De verbis Auxiliaribus.
part
CAPUT I. De Formatione temporum omnium verborum, sive regularium, sive irregularium.
CAPUT II. De Formatione temporum secundae conjugationis.
CAPUT III. De Formatione tertiae & quartae conjugationis.
SYNTAXIŚ.
grammar
part
CHAP. I. Of Articles.
An Examplle of Nounes of the Faeminine Gender.
The French have a two-fold Article for the Geni∣tive Case.
CHAP. II. Of the Indefinite Article, and the use thereof.
CHAP. III. Of the Definite Article.
CAPUT IV. Of Adverbs of Motion.
CHAP. V. Of the Question, D'oú; that is, Whence.
CHAP. VI. Of the Question, par où; that is, Which Way.
CHAP. VII. Of the Degrees of Comparison.
CHAP. VIII. Of an Apostrophe.
Of the forming of the Plurall Number.
part
CHAP. I. Of the Genders of Nounes.
CHAP. II. Of Pronouns.
Of Pronounes Demonstratives.
CHAP. III. Of Pronounes Possessives.
CHAP. IV. Of Pronounes Relatives.
CHAP. V. Of Pronounes Indefinite.
part
CHAP. I. Of the forming of Nounes substan∣tives of the foeminine Gender.
CHAP. II. Of Nounes Adjectives of the Foeminin gender, which are formed of Adjectives Masculine.
part
CHAP. I. Of Verbes and their severall Tenses: and first of the Present Tense.
CHAP. II. Of the Preterimperfect tense.
CHAP. III. Of the Preterperfect Tense.
CHAP. IV. In what cases the Definite Preterperfect Tense is to be used.
CHAP. V. When the Indefinite Preterperfect Tense is to be used.
CHAP. VI. Of the Preterpluperfect, and of the Future Tenses: as also of the Imperative Mood.
CHAP. VII. Of the Optative Mood.
CHAP. VIII. Of the Preterperfect Tense of the Optative Mood.
CHAP. IX. Of the Infinitive Mood.
CHAP. X. Of the Participle of the Present Tense.
Verba auxiliaria apud Gallos duo enumerantur; nimirum, j'ay, & je suis. I'ay verbis activis inservit; je suis reciprocis, & verbis motus.
part
CHAP. I. Of the forming of the Tenses of all Verbs, both Regular, and Irregular
CHAP. II. Of the forming of the Tenses of the second Conjugation.
CHAP. III. Of the forming of the Tenses of the third, and fourth Conjugations.
The Syntaxis.
Certain Anglicsmes, which are to be avoided by the Learner.
Certaine Francismes.
part