Archaeologia Cornu-Britannica; or, An essay to preserve the ancient Cornish language : containing the rudiments of that dialect, in a Cornish grammar and Cornish-English vocabulary, compiled from a variety of materials which have been inaccessible to all other authors, wherein the British original of some thousand English words in common use is demonstrated; together with that of the proper names of most towns, parishes, villages, mines, and gentlemen's seats amd families, in Wales, Cornwall, Devonshire, and other parts of England / by William Pryce.
|Main Author:||Pryce, William, 1725?-1790.|
|Other Authors:||Lhuyd, Edward, 1660-1709., Tonkin, Thomas, 1678-1742., Gwavas, William, 1676-1741.|
|Language(s):||English ; Cornish ; Latin|
[S.l. : s.n.], 1790
> Early works to 1800.
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Cornish language > Dictionaries > English > Early works to 1800.
Names, Cornish > Early works to 1800.
Lhuyd, Edward, > 1660-1709 > Correspondence.
Tonkin, Thomas, > 1678-1742 > Correspondence.
Welsh language > Grammar, Comparative > Cornish > Early works to 1800.
English language > Grammar, Comparative > Cornish > Early works to 1800.
Cornish language > Grammar, Comparative > English > Early works to 1800.
Pagination ceases at p. 65.
Includes "Several letters written by Edward Lhuyd, A.M. of Jesus College, ... to Thomas Tonkin, Esq.": p. -
"In Obitum Regis Wilhelmi 3liii Carmen Britannicum, Dialec͡tu Cornubiensi; ad Norman Poetarum Seculi Sexti" Cornish & Latin: p. -
"Much of the matter was taken whole sale from the collections of Thomas Tonkin and William Gwavas."--Dict. nat. biog.
Printed in double columns; Comparative grammar, in triple.
3 l., , 65,  p. ;
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