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  • 1766 DICTIONARY ENGLISH AND DUTCH William SEWEL Amsterdam: Kornelis de Veer by William Sewel, Willem Sewel, Egbert Buys 1766 DICTIONARY ENGLISH AND DUTCH William SEWEL Amsterdam: Kornelis de Veer
    William Sewel, Willem Sewel, Egbert Buys

    A COMPLEAT DICTIONARY ENGLISH AND DUTCH to which is added a GRAMMAR, for both Languages. Originally compiled by WILLIAM SEWEL (aka Willem Sewel); But now, not only reviewed, and more than the half part augmented, yet according to the modern spelling, entirely improved; by EGBERT BUYS, Counsellor of their Polish and Prussian Majesties, &c. The First Volume. This is VOLUME I only of two volumes. Volume I is the complete ENGLISH / DUTCH dictionary. (Volume II is the DUTCH / ENGLISH dictionary.) AMSTERDAM: Kornelis De Veer, M D C C L X V I / 1766. First Thus Edition (First EGBERT BUYS Expanded Edition, with his Voorreede / Foreword dated 1766). Hardcovers, leather spine and corners, 8x10 inches, 946 pages.…

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    A COMPLEAT DICTIONARY ENGLISH AND DUTCH to which is added a GRAMMAR, for both Languages. Originally compiled by WILLIAM SEWEL (aka Willem Sewel); But now, not only reviewed, and more than the half part augmented, yet according to the modern spelling, entirely improved; by EGBERT BUYS, Counsellor of their Polish and Prussian Majesties, &c. The First Volume. This is VOLUME I only of two volumes. Volume I is the complete ENGLISH / DUTCH dictionary. (Volume II is the DUTCH / ENGLISH dictionary.) AMSTERDAM: Kornelis De Veer, M D C C L X V I / 1766. First Thus Edition (First EGBERT BUYS Expanded Edition, with his Voorreede / Foreword dated 1766). Hardcovers, leather spine and corners, 8x10 inches, 946 pages. Illustrated with a wonderful frontispiece engraving of the Dutch Bookseller and Publisher of this edition, KORNELIS DE VEER, KOEKVERKOOPER (Kornelis de Veer, Bookseller). Notice the cherubs examining the alphabet. Delightful. Condition: The front spine fold is very tender and the front cover could easily become disbound, the rear spine fold is holding well; the covers are rubbed at the spine folds and corners, worn at the spine ends, and have a bit of edge wear; internally, the front and rear inner hinges are split but holding; there is the bookplate of "Paul R. Carr" on the front pastedown, and his signature on the front free endpaper; there is the signature of Lettie Stibbe Multhauf (her husband, Robert Multauf, was a historian, and in the 1960s was the Directory of the Smithsonian Museum of Science and Technology) on the front pastedown; there is a circa 1900 tribute to John Watts de Peyster pasted on the blank verso of the title page; the text pages are nice, complete, tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked. Printed on beautifully white laid paper. About WILLIAM SEWEL (from Wikipedia): ******Willem Sewel (also William Sewel), b. 1653 d. 1720, was a Dutch Quaker historian, of English background. Sewel spent 25 years on his major work, The History of the Rise, Increase, and Progress of the Christian People called Quakers. It was first published in Dutch, as Histori van de Opkompste, Aanwas en Voortgang der Christenen bekend by den naam van Quakers, Amsterdam, 1717 (another edition, 1742). The English edition (London, 1722), dedicated to George I, was largely undertaken to correct Historia Quakeriana (Amsterdam, 1695; English translation, London, 1696, by Gerard Croese, to whom Sewel had given letters and narratives from England). Sewel's own work was based on a mass of correspondence, George Fox's Journal, and, for the public history, Lord Clarendon's Rebellion and Edmund Ludlow's Memoirs. It became an authority. Sewel's other works include A Compleat Dictionary of English and Dutch, 2 pts., Amsterdam, 1691; 6th Ed., enlarged by Buys, 1766.****** INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: This book is large and heavy and will require substantial additional shipping charges. After placing your order you will be notified of the additional charges and be able to accept or reject them before your payment is processed. Or you can contact us ahead of time to find out the shipping charge to your country. Thanks.

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  • 1820 ALGEBRAIC PROBLEMS + 1818 KEY TO GREEK EXERCISES - 2 Books Bound in 1 by Miles Bland, Rev. William Neilson 1820 ALGEBRAIC PROBLEMS + 1818 KEY TO GREEK EXERCISES - 2 Books Bound in 1
    Miles Bland, Rev. William Neilson

    ALGEBRAICAL PROBLEMS, PRODUCING SIMPLE and QUADRATIC EQUATIONS, with THEIR SOLUTIONS. Designed as an Introduction to the HIGHER BRANCHES of ANALYTICS, by MILES BLAND, Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge. Published by Cambridge University, 1820. Third Edition. Scarce early edition. Pagination: [8] half-title, title, contents, errata, 375, [1] Publisher's ads. BOUND TOGETHER WITH: A KEY TO THE GREEK EXERCISES, by REV. WILLIAM NEILSON. Published by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Brown, LONDON; and Anderson & Macdowall, EDINBURGH; printed at the University (of Edinburgh) press; 1818. Pagination: 90 pages, title page through last page of text, with "Finis" at the bottom of the last page. TWO SCARCE BOOKS BOUND TOGETHER IN THIS ONE VOLUME. Hardcovers, leather covered spine and corners with marbled…

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    ALGEBRAICAL PROBLEMS, PRODUCING SIMPLE and QUADRATIC EQUATIONS, with THEIR SOLUTIONS. Designed as an Introduction to the HIGHER BRANCHES of ANALYTICS, by MILES BLAND, Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge. Published by Cambridge University, 1820. Third Edition. Scarce early edition. Pagination: [8] half-title, title, contents, errata, 375, [1] Publisher's ads. BOUND TOGETHER WITH: A KEY TO THE GREEK EXERCISES, by REV. WILLIAM NEILSON. Published by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Brown, LONDON; and Anderson & Macdowall, EDINBURGH; printed at the University (of Edinburgh) press; 1818. Pagination: 90 pages, title page through last page of text, with "Finis" at the bottom of the last page. TWO SCARCE BOOKS BOUND TOGETHER IN THIS ONE VOLUME. Hardcovers, leather covered spine and corners with marbled paper covered boards, 5.25" x 8.5". GOOD condition, covers are scraped and rubbed, but holding together well; some foxing throughout especially on the first and last few pages; the rear endpapers have some blue lines; there are several previous owner's signatures on the blank page facing the title page; the inner hinge is split at several places (including at the title page) but always holding well; overall a solid, complete copy that remains tight, bright and clean.

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  • 1976 Stanford PhD Thesis FORMAL SEMANTICS FOR ADJECTIVALS & ADVERBIALS Tonisson by Ivar Tonisson 1976 Stanford PhD Thesis FORMAL SEMANTICS FOR ADJECTIVALS & ADVERBIALS Tonisson
    Ivar Tonisson

    A FORMAL SEMANTICS FOR ADJECTIVALS AND ADVERBIALS. A Stanford University PhD Thesis / Dissertation by Ivar Tonisson, dated May 1976. Red vinyl covers, velobound, 218 copy-machine printed pages, 8.5" x 11", pages printed on both sides. VERY GOOD condition, tight, bright, clean and unmarked. Interesting and Scarce Original PhD Thesis. I have no idea what it's about!

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  • 23 ISSUES of RAHAVARD : PERSIAN JOURNAL of IRANIAN STUDIES 1992-2002 by Hassan Shahbaz, et al 23 ISSUES of RAHAVARD : PERSIAN JOURNAL of IRANIAN STUDIES 1992-2002
    Hassan Shahbaz, et al

    23 ISSUES of RAHAVARD : A PERSIAN JOURNAL of IRANIAN STUDIES 1992-2002.

    "RAHAVARD is a literary quarterly, published for the purpose of preserving Persian language and literature among Iranian immigrants and the admirers of Persian letters all over the world. It provides an in-depth study of its subject matters which both the Iranian community and researchers of Persian literature will find highly informative and interesting."

    Published Quarterly by Hassan Shahbaz, Los Angeles, California, 1992-2002.

    Softcovers, 7x10 inches (18x25 cm), approximately 300 pages per issue.

    Each issue has 2 front covers, one in PERSIAN, one in English, otherwise the TEXT is ENTIRELY in PERSIAN.

    The issues are in generally GOOD condition, some have wear to the spine, bumped spine ends or…

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    23 ISSUES of RAHAVARD : A PERSIAN JOURNAL of IRANIAN STUDIES 1992-2002.

    "RAHAVARD is a literary quarterly, published for the purpose of preserving Persian language and literature among Iranian immigrants and the admirers of Persian letters all over the world. It provides an in-depth study of its subject matters which both the Iranian community and researchers of Persian literature will find highly informative and interesting."

    Published Quarterly by Hassan Shahbaz, Los Angeles, California, 1992-2002.

    Softcovers, 7x10 inches (18x25 cm), approximately 300 pages per issue.

    Each issue has 2 front covers, one in PERSIAN, one in English, otherwise the TEXT is ENTIRELY in PERSIAN.

    The issues are in generally GOOD condition, some have wear to the spine, bumped spine ends or corners, edge wear, creasing, previous owner's non relevant notes or phone numbers on the covers, and other signs of use; but all are complete, with their covers, and remain solid, tight, bright, clean and clear.

    Here are the issues:

    Vol. VIII No. 30 Summer 1992; Vol. VIII No. 31 Autumn 1992; Vol. VIII No. 32 Winter 1992; Vol. IX No. 33 Spring 1993; Vol. IX No. 34 Summer & Fall 1993; Vol. XI No. 36 Summer 1994; Vol. XI No. 37 Fall & Winter 1994; Vol. XI No. 38 Spring 1995; Vol. XI No. 39 Summer 1995; Vol. XI No. 40 Autumn & Winter 1995/96; Vol. XI No. 41 Spring 1996; Vol. XI No. 43 Winter 1997; Vol. XI No. 44 Spring & Summer 1997; Vol. XII No. 46 Spring 1998; Vol. XII No. 47 Summer 1998; Vol. XII No. 48 Fall 1998; Vol. XIII No. 52 Fall/Winter 1999; Twentieth Year No. 56 Spring 2001; No. 58 Fall & Winter 2002; No. 59 Spring 2002; No. 61 Winter 2002; No. 62 Winter 2002; No. 64 Summer 2003.

    A great group of well researched articles related to IRAN and IRANIAN STUDIES, written in the PERSIAN language. To learn more about the journal you can go to Rahavard on the Internet.

    Will not sell individual issues, only to be sold as a lot.

    INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: These 23 issues will be very heavy and very expensive to ship internationally, requiring substantial additional shipping charges. After placing your order you will be notified of the additional charges and be able to accept or reject them before your payment is processed. Or you can contact us ahead of time to find out the shipping charge to your country. Thanks.

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  • BRAHUI & DRAVIDIAN Comparative GRAMMAR by M.B. EMENEAU Famous Linguist 1st by Murray Barnston EMENEAU BRAHUI & DRAVIDIAN Comparative GRAMMAR by M.B. EMENEAU Famous Linguist 1st
    Murray Barnston EMENEAU

    BRAHUI AND DRAVIDIAN COMPARATIVE GRAMMAR, by M. B. EMENEAU (Murray Barnston Emeneau). Publications in Linguistics, Volume 22. Published by the University of California, Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1962. First Edition. Softcovers but lacking its covers / wrappers, 6.75" x 10.25", xi + 91 pages. Condition: Lacking its wrappers, as noted above, otherwise complete. Pages show general signs of handling but are still tight, bright, clean and unmarked. An important study by a renowned Dravidian linguist. About the BRAHUI Language (from Wikipedia): ******Brahui is a Dravidian language spoken by the Brahui people in the central Balochistan region of Pakistan and Afghanistan, and by expatriate Brahui communities in Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Iraq, and Iran. It is isolated from the nearest Dravidian-speaking…

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    BRAHUI AND DRAVIDIAN COMPARATIVE GRAMMAR, by M. B. EMENEAU (Murray Barnston Emeneau). Publications in Linguistics, Volume 22. Published by the University of California, Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1962. First Edition. Softcovers but lacking its covers / wrappers, 6.75" x 10.25", xi + 91 pages. Condition: Lacking its wrappers, as noted above, otherwise complete. Pages show general signs of handling but are still tight, bright, clean and unmarked. An important study by a renowned Dravidian linguist. About the BRAHUI Language (from Wikipedia): ******Brahui is a Dravidian language spoken by the Brahui people in the central Balochistan region of Pakistan and Afghanistan, and by expatriate Brahui communities in Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Iraq, and Iran. It is isolated from the nearest Dravidian-speaking neighbor population of South India by a distance of more than 930 miles. Kalat and Mastung districts of Balochistan are predominantly Brahui-speaking. Brahui is the only Dravidian language which is not written in a Brahmi-based script; instead, it is written in Arabic script.******

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