Cassell & Company. (19021904). Encyclopaedic dictionary: an original work of reference to the words in the English language, giving a full account of their origin, meaning, pronunciation, and use. London: Cassell.MLA Citation
Cassell & Company. Encyclopaedic Dictionary: an Original Work of Reference to the Words In the English Language, Giving a Full Account of Their Origin, Meaning, Pronunciation, And Use. London: Cassell, 19021904.
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