Catalog Record: A dictionary of the Norman or Old French language; collected from such acts of Parliament, Parliament rolls, journals, acts of state, records, law books, antient historians, and manuscripts as related to this nation. To which are added the laws of William, the Conqueror, with notes and references | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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A dictionary of the Norman or Old French language; collected from such acts of Parliament, Parliament rolls, journals, acts of state, records, law books, antient historians, and manuscripts as related to this nation. To which are added the laws of William, the Conqueror, with notes and references. By Robert Kelham

Main Author: Kelham, Robert, 1717-1808.
Related Names: Wilkins, David 1685-1745.
Language(s): English
Published: London : E. Brooke, 1779.
Subjects: Law > Great Britain > Terminology.
Anglo-Norman dialect > Dictionaries.
Note: The part containing the laws of William the Conqueror has special t.-p. and separate paging, and includes the text in Norman and the Latin translation of Dr. Wilkins together with the English translation of Kelham.
Physical Description: viii, 259, xii, 87 p. 22 cm.
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