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A guide to the derivation of British place names.

Glossarium antiquitatum Britannicarum, sive syllabus etymologicus antiquitatum veteris Britanniae atque Iberniae temporibus Romanorum

London: T. Woodward, C. Davis, J. Hazard, W. Bickerton, & R. Chandler, 1733. Second edition. Full-Leather. Mainly Latin text. Boards rubbed on edges, both have gilt crests of the Society of Writers to the Signet (Scottish Law Society). Spine has five raised bands and green label with gilt lettering. Engraved frontispiece portrait by George Vertue. Some typographical embellishments throughout. Eduardi Luidii's [Edward Lhuyd] appendix on the signification of British place names and Index at rear. (this in English).

Inside generally clean and bright. Copperplate writing on flyleaf. This edition contains a posthumous contribution from Edward Lhuyd: De Fluviorum, Montium, Urbium, & c.
In Britannia Nominibus. The list of subscribers to the first edition (not printed here) included such luminaries as Sir Isaac Newton, Edmund Halley, John Evelyn, William Wootton and Sir Hans Sloane.

Dedication, xii, (4) + 277 pp, index. 20cm x 13cm

Book ID: 2921
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