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Gazophylacium Anglicanum: containing the derivation of English words, proper and common; each in an alphabet distinct: proving the Dutch and Saxon to be the prime fountains. And likewise giving the similar words in most European languages, whereby any of them may be indifferently well learned, and understood. Fitted to the capacity of the English reader, that may be curious to know the original of his mother-tongue
Printed by E. H[olt] and W. H[orton], and are to be sold by Randall Taylor, London 1689 - , [xii], [542], with 'Etymologion Onomasticon: Or, An Etymological Explication of the Proper Names of Men and Women ' at rear, double column text, collated First Edition , spine a touch faded, nice clean and tight binding, new endpapers, repairs to title page and first few leaves of text, title page a little marked and with small ink inscription, small pieces chipped at a few page edges but no loss of text, light water stain at lower page margins but not affecting text, internally sound, book in good condition , modern quarter plum morocco with patterned paper boards, gilt title on green leather spine label, raised bands Octavo, 17 x 10.5 cm Hardback ISBN: [Attributes: First Edition]
      [Bookseller: Keoghs Books]
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