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Dictionnaire Francais - Italien et Italien-Francaisa l'usage des deux nationsIn Two Volumes
Paris - Lefevre, Libraire, Rue de L'eperon, 1832. Paris - Lefevre, Libraire, Rue de L'eperon, 1832 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A uniformly bound set of dictionaries translating the French language into Italian and vice versa. Volume one holds a section on Italian grammar, and volume two holds French grammar. Antonio Buttura was anordained priest, whooriginally lived within thecity of Verona in the period of the Revolution. After leaving Venicefor Austria, he became naturalised French. Aside from his Dictionary, Buttura also translatedthe poems of Nicolas Boileau, as well as some lyric poems and annotated editions of Italian classics. Complete in two volumes. Condition: Bound in a quarter calf bindings with paper covered boards and gilt lettering to the spines. Externally, lightly rubbed to boards and extremities,and shelfwear to the spine volume two has slight loss to the rear board. Internally, generally firmly bound with bright pages and the odd spot. Tide marks to endpaper up until page 298 to volume one. Evidence of past worming to pages 179-635 of volume one. Volume two has occasional handling marks. Overall: GOOD..
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