Turenne's New French Manual for 1840

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"In the Bronte Museum, there is a manuscript French phrase book, written and used by the Rev. Patrick Bronte during this [February 1842] visit to Brussels. It is a little home-made note-book, consisting of 36 pages, stitched into a back of limp, straight-grained calf. The first page is occupied by the following note: """The following conversational terms, suitable to a Traveller in France, or any part of the Continent of Europe -- are taken from Turenne"s New French Manual for 1840 -- and with those in my pocket book will be sufficient for me -- and must be fully mastered, and ready -- semper -- All these must be kept -- semper. There are first the French -- 2 -- The right pronunciation -- and lastly the English. [name and address details follow]"" [...] "The phrases written on the next 19 pages are divided under headings: -- Of the mind, -- Of food, -- Spices &c., -- Dessert and drink, -- Numerals, -- Days & Months, -- French Coin, &c. At the foot of p.17 is the following note: ""I have thus made extracts once over all Turenne"s excellent French Manual. May -- 1842 -- B."""

Source

The Brontes: Their Lives, Friendships and Correspondence

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Notes
Patrick Bronte was preparing to escort his daughters Charlotte and Emily to Brussels, where they were due to take up teaching posts at the Pensionnat Heger in February 1842 (see p.253 in source for further details).

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"In the Bronte Museum, there is a manuscript French phrase book, written and used by the Rev. Patrick Bronte during this [February 1842] visit to Brussels. It is a little home-made note-book, consisting of 36 pages, stitched into a back of limp, straight-grained calf. The first page is occupied by the following note: """The following conversational terms, suitable to a Traveller in France, or any part of the Continent of Europe -- are taken from Turenne"s New French Manual for 1840 -- and with those in my pocket book will be sufficient for me -- and must be fully mastered, and ready -- semper -- All these must be kept -- semper. There are first the French -- 2 -- The right pronunciation -- and lastly the English. [name and address details follow]"" [...] "The phrases written on the next 19 pages are divided under headings: -- Of the mind, -- Of food, -- Spices &c., -- Dessert and drink, -- Numerals, -- Days & Months, -- French Coin, &c. At the foot of p.17 is the following note: ""I have thus made extracts once over all Turenne"s excellent French Manual. May -- 1842 -- B."""

Source

The Brontes: Their Lives, Friendships and Correspondence

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Patrick Bronte was preparing to escort his daughters Charlotte and Emily to Brussels, where they were due to take up teaching posts at the Pensionnat Heger in February 1842 (see p.253 in source for further details).

How to cite this record

You can copy this item for personal use, share it, and post it on a blog or website. It cannot be used commercially without permission. Please ensure the following credit accompanies it:

The Brontes: Their Lives, Friendships and Correspondence
http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/90413
Accessed on 2020/10/27 19:01:03

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