STUDY OF THE GERMAN LANGUAGE
We understand that Mr. Ertheiler, favorably known in this City as a teacher of the German Language, has made some modifications in its Grammar likely to simplify and accelerate this important study. We hope those about to take it up in the Autumn, will apply to him and look into his method before choosing a teacher. He is about to publish, through Roe Lockwood & Son, a book connected with this subject.*
“The Study of the German Language,” New-York Daily Tribune, 8 August 1846, p. 1.