BACHMAIR, John James. A Complete German Grammar, in Two Parts. The First Part Containing the Theory of the Language Through all the Parts of Speech; The Second Part is Practice in as Ample a Manner as can be Desired. The Third Edition, Greatly Altered and Improved.To Which is Added an Appendix, Containing I. An Index of German Words Familiar in Sound but of Different Orthography and Signification. II. Names of the Most Common Occupations and Trades, as also the Names of the Materials and implements, &c. Thereto Belonging. III. Explication of a German Proverb. Phila: Henry Miller, 1772. 1st American edition. [ii], 313, pp. Rebound in period style leather backed marbled boards, raised spine bands, leather spine label, gilt tooling. Minor soiling throughout, else very good. Evans 12313.