The saxon and English languages reciprocally illustrative of each other

Publication Date1798
Remainderthe 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, By Samuel Henshall, M. A. Fellow of Brazen-Nose College, Oxford, and Author of Specimens and Parts of the History of South-Britain
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