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Les termes de géographie dans les langues du globe. I-

Main Author: Hochsteyn, Lucien, 1850-
Related Names: Hochsteyn, Corneille.
Language(s): French
Published: Paris, C. Hochetin, 1906-
Subjects: Maps.
Language and languages.
Names, Geographical.
Note: Vol. 1 has appendix: Les langues, dialectes, idiomes, patois & jargons principaux de toutes les contrées du globe.
"Le premier volume ... comprend les termes géographiques français avec: la définition scientifique, une phrase donnant l'emploi du terme, les traductions en langues étrangères & tous les mots français analogues. Le second volume est la liste de tous les vocables étrangers avec leur signification française."
In v. 1 a slip bearing name Lucien Hochsteyn is mounted over name Lucien Dupont at head of title. Publisher's preface refers to Dupont as author, but Hochsteyn is named as author in cover-title, as well as in a communication from publisher to Library of Congress. ("Ecrits par Mr. Charles Lucien Corneille Hochsteyn et édités par Mr. Corneille Hochsteyn.--Le nom de Dupont doit être supprimé")
Physical Description: v. 28 cm.
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