The Teaching and Cultivation of the French Language in England during Tudor and Stuart Times With an Introductory Chapter on the Preceding Period
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The Teaching and Cultivation of the French Language in England during Tudor and Stuart Times With an Introductory Chapter on the Preceding Period

By Kathleen Lambley
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  • Transcriber's Notes:
  • THE TEACHING AND CULTIVATION OF THE FRENCH LANGUAGE IN ENGLAND DURING TUDOR AND STUART TIMES
    • PREFACE
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS
      • PART I
        • INTRODUCTORY-vii-
      • INTRODUCTORY-vii-
      • CHAPTER I
        • The Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries
      • The Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries
      • CHAPTER II
        • The Fifteenth Century
      • The Fifteenth Century
      • -viii- PART II
        • TUDOR TIMES
      • TUDOR TIMES
      • CHAPTER I
        • The French Language at Court and among the Nobility
      • The French Language at Court and among the Nobility
      • CHAPTER II
        • French Tutors at Court—Giles Duwes—John Palsgrave—Jean Bellemain
      • French Tutors at Court—Giles Duwes—John Palsgrave—Jean Bellemain
      • CHAPTER III
        • The Influence of Religious Refugees on the Teaching of French in England—Openings for them as Teachers—Demand for Text-Books—French Schools in England and Scotland
      • The Influence of Religious Refugees on the Teaching of French in England—Openings for them as Teachers—Demand for Text-Books—French Schools in England and Scotland
      • CHAPTER IV
        • Huguenot Teachers of French—Other Classes of French Teachers—Rivalries in the Profession—The "Dutch" and English Teachers
      • Huguenot Teachers of French—Other Classes of French Teachers—Rivalries in the Profession—The "Dutch" and English Teachers
      • CHAPTER V
        • Methods of Teaching French—Latin and French—French and English Dictionaries—Study of French Literature
      • Methods of Teaching French—Latin and French—French and English Dictionaries—Study of French Literature
      • -x- CHAPTER VI
        • French at the Universities
      • French at the Universities
      • CHAPTER VII
        • The Study of French by English Travellers Abroad
      • The Study of French by English Travellers Abroad
      • CHAPTER VIII
        • The Study of French among Merchants and Soldiers
      • The Study of French among Merchants and Soldiers
      • -xi- PART III
        • STUART TIMES
      • STUART TIMES
      • CHAPTER I
        • French at the Courts of James I. and Charles I.—French studied by the Ladies—French Players in London—English generally ignored by Foreigners
      • French at the Courts of James I. and Charles I.—French studied by the Ladies—French Players in London—English generally ignored by Foreigners
      • CHAPTER II
        • French Grammars—Books for Teaching Latin and French—French in Private Institutions
      • French Grammars—Books for Teaching Latin and French—French in Private Institutions
      • CHAPTER III
        • The "Little Blois" in London
      • The "Little Blois" in London
      • CHAPTER IV-xii-
        • The French Teaching Profession and Methods of studying the Language
      • The French Teaching Profession and Methods of studying the Language
      • CHAPTER V
        • The Tour in France
      • The Tour in France
      • CHAPTER VI
        • Gallomania after the Restoration
      • Gallomania after the Restoration
      • CHAPTER VII-xiii-
        • The Teaching of French and its Popularity after the Restoration
      • The Teaching of French and its Popularity after the Restoration
      • APPENDICES
        • I
        • Chronological List of Manuals and Grammars for Teaching French to the English
        • II
        • Bibliography, arranged Alphabetically, of Manuals for Teaching the French Language to the English, from the Beginning of the Sixteenth Century to the End of the Stuart Period
      • I
      • Chronological List of Manuals and Grammars for Teaching French to the English
      • II
      • Bibliography, arranged Alphabetically, of Manuals for Teaching the French Language to the English, from the Beginning of the Sixteenth Century to the End of the Stuart Period
      • INDEX
    • PART I
      • INTRODUCTORY-vii-
    • INTRODUCTORY-vii-
    • CHAPTER I
      • The Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries
    • The Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries
    • CHAPTER II
      • The Fifteenth Century
    • The Fifteenth Century
    • -viii- PART II
      • TUDOR TIMES
    • TUDOR TIMES
    • CHAPTER I
      • The French Language at Court and among the Nobility
    • The French Language at Court and among the Nobility
    • CHAPTER II
      • French Tutors at Court—Giles Duwes—John Palsgrave—Jean Bellemain
    • French Tutors at Court—Giles Duwes—John Palsgrave—Jean Bellemain
    • CHAPTER III
      • The Influence of Religious Refugees on the Teaching of French in England—Openings for them as Teachers—Demand for Text-Books—French Schools in England and Scotland
    • The Influence of Religious Refugees on the Teaching of French in England—Openings for them as Teachers—Demand for Text-Books—French Schools in England and Scotland
    • CHAPTER IV
      • Huguenot Teachers of French—Other Classes of French Teachers—Rivalries in the Profession—The "Dutch" and English Teachers
    • Huguenot Teachers of French—Other Classes of French Teachers—Rivalries in the Profession—The "Dutch" and English Teachers
    • CHAPTER V
      • Methods of Teaching French—Latin and French—French and English Dictionaries—Study of French Literature
    • Methods of Teaching French—Latin and French—French and English Dictionaries—Study of French Literature
    • -x- CHAPTER VI
      • French at the Universities
    • French at the Universities
    • CHAPTER VII
      • The Study of French by English Travellers Abroad
    • The Study of French by English Travellers Abroad
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • The Study of French among Merchants and Soldiers
    • The Study of French among Merchants and Soldiers
    • -xi- PART III
      • STUART TIMES
    • STUART TIMES
    • CHAPTER I
      • French at the Courts of James I. and Charles I.—French studied by the Ladies—French Players in London—English generally ignored by Foreigners
    • French at the Courts of James I. and Charles I.—French studied by the Ladies—French Players in London—English generally ignored by Foreigners
    • CHAPTER II
      • French Grammars—Books for Teaching Latin and French—French in Private Institutions
    • French Grammars—Books for Teaching Latin and French—French in Private Institutions
    • CHAPTER III
      • The "Little Blois" in London
    • The "Little Blois" in London
    • CHAPTER IV-xii-
      • The French Teaching Profession and Methods of studying the Language
    • The French Teaching Profession and Methods of studying the Language
    • CHAPTER V
      • The Tour in France
    • The Tour in France
    • CHAPTER VI
      • Gallomania after the Restoration
    • Gallomania after the Restoration
    • CHAPTER VII-xiii-
      • The Teaching of French and its Popularity after the Restoration
    • The Teaching of French and its Popularity after the Restoration
    • APPENDICES
      • I
      • Chronological List of Manuals and Grammars for Teaching French to the English
      • II
      • Bibliography, arranged Alphabetically, of Manuals for Teaching the French Language to the English, from the Beginning of the Sixteenth Century to the End of the Stuart Period
    • I
    • Chronological List of Manuals and Grammars for Teaching French to the English
    • II
    • Bibliography, arranged Alphabetically, of Manuals for Teaching the French Language to the English, from the Beginning of the Sixteenth Century to the End of the Stuart Period
    • INDEX
    • PART I
      • INTRODUCTORY
    • INTRODUCTORY
    • CHAPTER I
      • THE THIRTEENTH AND FOURTEENTH CENTURIES
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE THIRTEENTH AND FOURTEENTH CENTURIES
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER II-26-
      • THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • PART II
      • TUDOR TIMES
    • TUDOR TIMES
    • CHAPTER I
      • THE FRENCH LANGUAGE AT COURT AND AMONG THE NOBILITY
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE FRENCH LANGUAGE AT COURT AND AMONG THE NOBILITY
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER II
      • FRENCH TUTORS AT COURT—GILES DUWES—JOHN PALSGRAVE—JEAN BELLEMAIN
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FRENCH TUTORS AT COURT—GILES DUWES—JOHN PALSGRAVE—JEAN BELLEMAIN
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER III
      • THE INFLUENCE OF RELIGIOUS REFUGEES ON THE TEACHING OF FRENCH IN ENGLAND—OPENINGS FOR THEM AS TEACHERS—DEMAND FOR TEXT-BOOKS—FRENCH SCHOOLS IN ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE INFLUENCE OF RELIGIOUS REFUGEES ON THE TEACHING OF FRENCH IN ENGLAND—OPENINGS FOR THEM AS TEACHERS—DEMAND FOR TEXT-BOOKS—FRENCH SCHOOLS IN ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER IV -155-
      • HUGUENOT TEACHERS OF FRENCH—OTHER CLASSES OF FRENCH TEACHERS—RIVALRIES IN THE PROFESSION—THE "DUTCH" AND ENGLISH TEACHERS
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • HUGUENOT TEACHERS OF FRENCH—OTHER CLASSES OF FRENCH TEACHERS—RIVALRIES IN THE PROFESSION—THE "DUTCH" AND ENGLISH TEACHERS
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER V-179-
      • METHODS OF TEACHING FRENCH—LATIN AND FRENCH—FRENCH AND ENGLISH DICTIONARIES—STUDY OF FRENCH LITERATURE
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • METHODS OF TEACHING FRENCH—LATIN AND FRENCH—FRENCH AND ENGLISH DICTIONARIES—STUDY OF FRENCH LITERATURE
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER VI -198-
      • FRENCH AT THE UNIVERSITIES
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FRENCH AT THE UNIVERSITIES
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER VII -211-
      • THE STUDY OF FRENCH BY ENGLISH TRAVELLERS ABROAD
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE STUDY OF FRENCH BY ENGLISH TRAVELLERS ABROAD
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER VIII -239-
      • THE STUDY OF FRENCH AMONG MERCHANTS AND SOLDIERS
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE STUDY OF FRENCH AMONG MERCHANTS AND SOLDIERS
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • PART III -257-
      • STUART TIMES
    • STUART TIMES
    • CHAPTER I
      • FRENCH AT THE COURTS OF JAMES I. AND CHARLES I.—FRENCH STUDIED BY THE LADIES—FRENCH PLAYERS IN LONDON—ENGLISH GENERALLY IGNORED BY FOREIGNERS
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FRENCH AT THE COURTS OF JAMES I. AND CHARLES I.—FRENCH STUDIED BY THE LADIES—FRENCH PLAYERS IN LONDON—ENGLISH GENERALLY IGNORED BY FOREIGNERS
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER II -281-
      • FRENCH GRAMMARS—BOOKS FOR TEACHING LATIN AND FRENCH—FRENCH IN PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FRENCH GRAMMARS—BOOKS FOR TEACHING LATIN AND FRENCH—FRENCH IN PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER III-301-
      • THE "LITTLE BLOIS" IN LONDON
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE "LITTLE BLOIS" IN LONDON
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER IV -319-
      • THE FRENCH TEACHING PROFESSION AND METHODS OF STUDYING THE LANGUAGE
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE FRENCH TEACHING PROFESSION AND METHODS OF STUDYING THE LANGUAGE
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER V -341-
      • THE TOUR IN FRANCE
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE TOUR IN FRANCE
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER VI -361-
      • GALLOMANIA AFTER THE RESTORATION
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • GALLOMANIA AFTER THE RESTORATION
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER VII -381-
      • THE TEACHING OF FRENCH AND ITS POPULARITY AFTER THE RESTORATION
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE TEACHING OF FRENCH AND ITS POPULARITY AFTER THE RESTORATION
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • APPENDICES -401-
    • APPENDIX I
      • CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF MANUALS AND GRAMMARS FOR TEACHING FRENCH TO THE ENGLISH
    • CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF MANUALS AND GRAMMARS FOR TEACHING FRENCH TO THE ENGLISH
    • APPENDIX II
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • INDEX
      • FRENCH
      • Corrections:
      • Errata list:
    • FRENCH
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