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The etymological enchiridion or practical analyzer, shewing the etymon or root of all the words in the English tongue which are derived from the Latin, Greek, Hebrew, French, Italian, and Spanish languages 1 edition

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Harrison, J. Rev.

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The etymological enchiridion or practical analyzer, shewing the etymon or root of all the words in the English tongue which are derived from the Latin, Greek, Hebrew, French, Italian, and Spanish languages
together with an explication of the proper names found in the scriptures and in the classics, as well as the meanings of Christian names now used among us, in French and English : the whole arranged aphabetically, synthetically and analytically
by J. Harrison.

Published 1823 by Printed for the author by Addison, Clarke, Wilcockson and Walker in Preston, Lancashire .
Written in English.

The Physical Object

Pagination
[4], 156, 63, [1], 98,122 p.
Number of pages
156

ID Numbers

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OL18376654M

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