New French syllabary, for the use of schools. At... - Lot 81 - Ader

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New French syllabary, for the use of schools. At... - Lot 81 - Ader
New French syllabary, for the use of schools. At P. Seyer & Behourt, Printers-Bookshops, rue du Petit-Puits. In Rouen. 1798. In-16 (12,1 x 10,2 cm). 30 pp, (1) blank f. : covers of the time, of blue paper, mute. Rare revolutionary peddling work. It includes a first page of alphabets in roman and italic letters and the vowels, consonants and cedilla on the reverse. This is followed by sixteen progressive lessons of syllables and words separated into syllables. Following, Declaration of the rights and duties of man and citizen, also separated into syllables. Pierre Seyer, printer of the Society of the Friends of the Constitution and the Society of the Friends of Liberty and Equality was openly pro-revolutionary. He had married the widow of J. F. Behourt in 1763 and took over his collection, which was largely made up of the Blue Library of Rouen. He worked in partnership with his son-in-law, Pierre-Louis Behourt, from 1787 to about 1805. [BnF]. No referenced copy. In its fragile original booklet and in perfect condition.
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