The Saxon and English Languages Reciprocally Illustrative of Each Other; The Impracticability of Acquiring an Accurate Knowledge of Saxon Literature, Through the Medium of Latin Phraseology, Exemplified in the Errors of Hickes, Wilkins, Gibson, and Other Scholars, and a New Mode Suggested of Radically Studying the Saxon and English Languages. Samuel HENSHALL.
The Saxon and English Languages Reciprocally Illustrative of Each Other; The Impracticability of Acquiring an Accurate Knowledge of Saxon Literature, Through the Medium of Latin Phraseology, Exemplified in the Errors of Hickes, Wilkins, Gibson, and Other Scholars, and a New Mode Suggested of Radically Studying the Saxon and English Languages...
The Saxon and English Languages Reciprocally Illustrative of Each Other; The Impracticability of Acquiring an Accurate Knowledge of Saxon Literature, Through the Medium of Latin Phraseology, Exemplified in the Errors of Hickes, Wilkins, Gibson, and Other Scholars, and a New Mode Suggested of Radically Studying the Saxon and English Languages...

The Saxon and English Languages Reciprocally Illustrative of Each Other; The Impracticability of Acquiring an Accurate Knowledge of Saxon Literature, Through the Medium of Latin Phraseology, Exemplified in the Errors of Hickes, Wilkins, Gibson, and Other Scholars, and a New Mode Suggested of Radically Studying the Saxon and English Languages...

London: Printed for the Author... 1798. Sole edition. 4to. iv, 60 pp. Original drab wrappers, the early ownership inscription of what looks to be "W. Menzies" to the title page with his initials plus the author and short title to the upper cover, bound in at front is a 2pp. prospectus for the "first number" of the author's edition of the Domesday Book. Some wear to the edges, the wrappers with some general patina, else very good. Item #29547

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