The Chinese Mandarin language
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The Chinese Mandarin language after Ollendorff"s new method of learning languages. by Charles Rudy

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Published by Charles Rudy] in [Paris .
Written in English


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Appendix to v.1: Ban zai sau, pour servir à la connaissance de lʹExtrème Orient; recueil publié par F. Turrettini.--Index of introduction to the Chinese characters by J. Edkins.

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