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PUBLISHED FOR THE SOCIETY,
BY GEORGE BELL, 186, FLEET STREET, LONDON.

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CONTENTS.

Pages On the Traces of an Egyptian Origin in the Alphabets of

Greece and Rome. By HENSLEIGH WEDGWOOD, Esq. (With

a Plate.) ......................................... 1-6 On the Position occupied by the Slavonic Dialects among the

other Languages of the Indo-European Family (continued

from vol. iv. p. 232). By Professor TRITHEN ..........7-12 Remarks on the Probability of Gothic Settlements in Britain

previously to the Year of Our Lord 450. By ERNEST ADAMS,

Esq............................................. 13-24 On the Position occupied by the Slavonic Dialects among the

other Languages of the Indo-European Family (concluded).

By Professor TRITHEN.............................. 25-29 On English Etymologies. By HENSLEIGH WEDGWOOD, Esq. 31-39 On the Roots of Language, their Arrangement and their Accidents. By Edwin Guest, Esq. .........

wy: ...................41-50 On the Nature of the Verb, particularly on the Formation of

the Middle or Passive Voice. By Professor T. HEWITT

KEY. (In two Parts.)..............................51-70 On the Origin of certain Anglo-Saxon Idioms. By Edwin

GUEST, Esq........... ............................71-73 On the Kissour, Sungai, and Timbuctú Vocabularies of the

Timbuctú Language. By W.B. Hodgson, Esq., of New
York. ....

................ 73-75
On English Etymologies. By HENSLEIGH WEDGWOOD, Esq. 77–82
On the Devanagari or Sanscrit Alphabet. By Thomas Warts,
Esq. ...... ........

........... 83–88 On the Derivation and Meaning of certain Latin Words. By Professor T. Hewitt Key .....

......... 89-96 On a curious Tmesis, which is sometimes met with, in Anglo

Saxon and Early-English Syntax. By Edwin Guest,
Esq. ..................

.............. 97-101 On the Etymology of certain Latin Words. By Professor

T. HEWITT KEY ............ .............103-109 On the extraordinary powers of Cardinal MEZZOFANTI as a

Linguist. By THOMAS Watts, Esq. ................ 111-125

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