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directed to the complete illustration of her subjects, and she has succeeded in tracing in other languages the same traditions she recovered from the oblivion of the Welsh tongue. Wherever any resemblances existed she has sought them out and recorded them, so that the Mabinogion' gives us not merely the Welsh Tales, but the contemporaneous poems of the English, the Norman, the German, and even Icelandic writers."-Chronicle. 1162 LEWIS' Geirlyfr Cymraeg a Saesneg: Welsh-English Dictionary, 12mo. 310 pp. double columns, sewed, 4s
Carmarthen, 1805 1163 — Welsh-English Dictionary, 12mo. bds. 4
Carmarthen, 1815 1164 OWEN'S WELSH-English Dictionary, containing nearly 100,000 words; with
Grammar of 166 pp. and Introduction prefixed, and the Addenda of 1 leaf, 2 vols. stout royal 8vo. containing illustrative quotations and translations, half bound, (pub. at £3. 188) 368
1803 1165 - the same, with the Grammar, Introduction, and Addenda, 2 vols. 4to. LARGE PAPER, hf. bd. russia, a nice copy, £2. 108
1803 1166 OWEN (Aneurin) Ancient Laws and Institutes of Wales ; comprising Laws to be
enacted by Howel the Good, prior to the Conquest by Edward I. and Anomalous Laws, Welsh and English, with Indexes and a Glossary, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, uncut, 36s
1841 1167 PRICHARD (Rees) the Welshman's Candle: Canwyll y Cymry; sef Gwaith y par. chedig, 8vo. bd. 7s6d
Caerfyrddin, 1808 1168 PUGHE'S Welsh and English Dictionary, with Illustrations from the Literary
Remains and from the Living Speech of the Cymmry; to which is prefixed Å Welsh Grammar. An Outline of the Characters of the Welsh, and its utility in connexion with other ancient Languages, for developing the Primitive Speech
of Mankind, is also subjoined, 2 vols. roy. 8vo. (pub. at £3.) cloth, £3. 38 1822 1169 - - Welsh-English and WALTER’s English-Welsh Dictionary, 4 vols. royal 8vo. (pub. at £6. 38) cloth, £4. 45
Denbigh, 1828-32 Pughe's Welsh Dictionary is the best extant; it is now out of print. 1170 TALIESIN ; or the Bards and Druids of Britain, a translation of the Remains of the Earliest Welsh Bards, by W. Nash, 8vo. cloth, 10s 6d
1858 1171 THOMAS (D.) Welsh Poems : Corph y Gaingc, neu Ddifyrwch Teuluaidd, 12mo. half morocco, 7s 6d
Dolgellen, 1810 1172 WALTER'S English and Welsh Dictionary, wherein not only the Words, but
also the Idioms and Phraseology of the English Language, are carefully translated into Welsh, by proper and equivalent Words and Phrases : with a regular interspersion of English Proverbs and Proverbial Expressions, rendered by corresponding ones in the Welsh Language. To which is added, A Dissertation on the Welsh Language, pointing out its Antiquity, Copiousness, Grammatical Perfection, with Remarks on its Poetry, and other Articles not foreign to the subject, 2 vols. royal' 8vo. third edition, corrected and improved, (pub. at £3. 38 bds.) cloth, 21s
1828 Pughe and Walters united, make the best Welsh Dictionary. 1173 WELSH PRAYER-Book. Holl Ddled-Swydd Dyns yn Cymro-aeg gan Langford ;
Dwywolder Neillduol ar amyw Achasion, yn gystal Cyffredinol ag Anghyffredinol, 2 vols. in 1, 8vo. calf, rare, 158
1711 GERMANIC LANGUAGES. 1174 ANGLO-SAXON, ÆLFRIC SOCIETY, Publications of the, the com
plete Series : the Homilies of Ælfric, 10 parts—Poetry of the Codex Vercellensis, part 1–The Dialogues of Salomon and Saturn, 3 parts, edited by J. M. Kemble —together 14 parts 8vo. sewed, £2. 10s
1843-8 1175 BEDÆ Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Anglorum; Item Rege Aluredo Anglo
Saxonicè redditum Chronicon ; Vita S. Cudbercti; Historia Abbatum Viuremu.
Cantabr. 1722 Priced, 1829, Thorpe, mor. £7.178 60 ; 1842, Stewart, £4. 108. A Large Paper copy was priced by Rodd, £6. 108. 1176 BEOWULF. Poema Danicum de Danorum rebus gestis, Secul. III. et IV. AngloSaxonice et Latine, ed. Thorkelin, small 4to. 3s 6d
1177 BEOWULF.-The Anglo-Saxon Poems of Beowulf, the Travellers' Song, and the
Battle of Finnes-Burh, edited with an historical Preface by J. M. Kemble, Esq. together with an English Translation, a copious Glossary, Preface and Philolo. gical Notes, by the same, 2 vols. 12mo. £2. 12s 6d
1835-7 1178 BEOWULF, the Anglo-Saxon Poems of, with a literal translation, notes, glossary, · &c. by Thorpe, 8vo. cloth, 14,5
Oxford, 1855 “The interest of the poem of Beowulf is not confined to the Philologist, it also interests the antiquary and the historian in a very high degree. In it we have the most lively sketches of a state of society, which our imagination could never have pictured to us without it, and we have conteinporary illustrations of mannners and customs, which will solve a host of doubtful questions. We neder in our life met with a poem 80 full of beautiful and striking passages as the Romance of Beowulf." 1179 BOETHIUS de Consolatione philosophiae, King Alfred's Anglo-Saxon version, with English translation by Cardale, 8vo. cloth, 21s
1829 1180 BOSWORTH'S (Rev. Dr. J.) Dictionary of the Anglo-Saxon Language, with a
Preface on the Origin and Connection of the Germanic Tongues, a Map of Languages, and the Essentials of Anglo-Saxon Grammar, roy. 8vo. cloth, rare,
£2. 108 1181 the same, roy. 8vo. calf, £2. 12s 6d
1838 By an ingenious contrivance this dictionary not only answers the purpose of a Sazon-English and of a Saxon-Latin dictionary, but of an English and Saxon, Latin and Saxon dictionary.
I may add, that the English index refers to all the English words immediately derived from Saxon, of which Dr. Bosworth not only gives the derivation, but the cognate words from other Gothic languages. 1182 BOSWORTH'S compendious Anglo-Saxon and English Dictionary, 8vo, second
edition, treble columns, cloth, 10s
Anglo-Saxon, that is Angle, Engle or English Saxon, is the Language of the Platt, Low, or North Part of Germany,-brought into this country by the Jutes, Angles and Saxons,_and modi. fied and written in England. 1183 CÆDMON's Metrical Paraphrase of Parts of the Holy Scriptures in Anglo-Saxon,
with English translation, notes, and verbal index, by B. Thorpe, 8vo. (pub. at | 81, ls) bds. 12s 60
1832 1184 CHRONICON SAXONICUM, seu Annales Rerum in Anglia praecipue gestarum, ad
annum usque MCLIV, studio Gibson, 4to. Anglo-Saxon and Latin, cf. 78 6d 1692 1185 CONYBEÅRE (J. T.) Illustrations of Anglo-Saxon Poetry, 8vo. russia extra,
245 1186 — the same, 4to. LARGE PAPER, presentation copy, scarce, 368 1826
This valuable collection of pieces of Anglo-Saxon Poetry includes nearly the entire poem “ Beowulf.” Large Paper copies are very rare; they match in size Ingram's Saxon Chronicle. 1187 ELSTOB, an English-Saxon Homily on the Birth-day of St. Gregory, anciently
used in the English-Saxon Church, Anglo-Saxon and English, with Notes, large 8vo. calf neat, fine copy, 78 6d
1709 1188 GWILT's (Jos.) Rudiments of Anglo-Saxon Grammar, 8vo. 56 pp. cloth, scarce, 58
*Pickering, 1829 1189 HELIAND. Poema Saxonicum Seculi noni nunc primum edidit J. A. Schmeller,
Monachii, Stutgartiæ et Tubinge, 1830–Glossarium Saxonicum e Poemate Heliand inscripto et minoribus quibusdam priscæ Ling. Monumentis collectum, cum Vocabulario Lat. Sax. et Synopsis Grammaticæ, ib. 1840, 4to. half calf, 16s
1830-40 1190 HENSHALL's Etymological Organic Reasoner, or Yldestan Radchenistres Gewit
nessa (oldest reckoner's witness); with observations on the works of Mr. Whiter and Mr. Tooke : and one sheet of the Gothic Gospel of St. Matthew ; and another of the Saxon Durham Book, in Roman characters, and a literal English lesson, 8vo. bds. 68
1807 1191 HICKESII LINGUARUM VETT. SEPTENTRIONALIUM (Anglo-Saxon, Moeso
Goth. Franco-Theotisc. Island.) Thesaurus Grammatico-Criticus et Archæologi. cus, 3 vols. in 2, folio, facsimiles, plates of Anglo-Saxon Coins, calf, £5. 158
Oxon. 1703-5 Sold in Horne Tooke's sale for £14. 10s, and in Willett's for £12. 128 ; priced by Jas. Bohn, 15 guineas; 1836, Thorpe, £8. 88 ; 1840 and 1848, Payne and Foss, £12. 128.
“This work has had so many just praises given to it at home and abroad, that few English
readers can be strangers to its contents."--Nicolson. Many valuable portions of this grand work are taken from original Saxon MSS. now lost. An indispensable work for consultation to the student of Anglo Saxon literature, containing Icelandic, Anglo-Saxon and Gothic Grammars and Dictionaries, also valuable Anglo-Saxon fragments. “ Hickes displays throughout great erudition, unwearied industry, and sometimes successful investigation ; it is enriched with numerous engravings of Ancient Monuments, Runic inscriptions, various documents, and specimens of Poetry that are not elsewhere to be found in print."--Rask. 1192 INGRAM (J.) Inaugural Lecture on Anglo-Saxon Literature, Oxford, 1807 ; HEN.
SHALL (S.) Saxon and English Languages reciprocally illustrative of each other, 1798 ; ALFRED's (King) Will, in Anglo-Saxon and English, Oxford, 1788; PEGGE (S.) on Anglo-Saxon Remains, plate of coins, 1756; Bibliotheca Topographica, No. XVII.; DUCAREL (A. C.) Account of B. Willis, 1760; Short History of the General Convocation, 21 George III.1780; in 1 vol. 4to. engrav
ing, hf. calf, 12s 1193 KLIPSTEIN (Louis F.) Analecta Anglo-Saxonica, Prose and Verse from the Anglo
Saxon Literature, with Ethnological Essays and Notes, 2 vols. 12mo. 874 pp. cloth, 12s
New York, 1849 1194, LYE. Dictionarium Saxonico- et Gothico-Latinum ; accedunt Fragmenta Ver
sionis Ulphilanæ, necnon Opuscula quædam Saxonica. Edidit, nonnullis Vocabulis auxit, Grammaticam utriusque Linguæ præmisit O. Manning, 2 vols. folio, calf neat, £2. 168
London, 1772 Priced, 1849, Rodd, £5. 108 ; 1844, Macpherson, £5. 58 ; 1847, calf, £4. 108 ; russia, £5. 188 and £6.68 ; vellum, £5. 58. Purton Cooper's copy fetched, 1853, £4.; Heath's copy, £5.58 ; Horne Tooke's, with MS. notes, £34. A leading feature in Lye's Anglo-Saxon Dictionary is, its giving also the Gothic equivalents, omitted in Bosworth. These volumes include “ Grammatica Anglo-Saxonica et Moeso-Gothica,” and “Fragmenta vers. Ulphilanae et Opuscula quædam Anglo-Saxonica." 1195 LAYAMON'S BRUT: or Chronicle of Britain, a poetical Semi-Saxon Paraphrase
of the Brut of Wace, with a literal translation, notes, and a Grammatical
Glossary by Sir Frederick Madden, 3 vols. roy. 8vo. facsimile, bds. £2. 2s 1847 1196 the same, 3 vols. roy. 8vo. hf. morocco, £2. 88
1847 “A highly important publication. The entire poem is now placed within reach of those who have neither opportunity nor inclination to grapple with the obscurities of MSS. ; and this has now been done under a very careful eye, and with a rich accompaniment of elucidations."
Garnett's Essays, p. 128. 1197 Pauli (Dr. R.) König Aelfred, und seine Stelle in der Geschichte Englands, 8vo. 342 pp. (pub. at 6s) 4s
Berlin, 1851 The best Life of King Alfred the Great, written by a profound modern Historian, who resided for several years in England, occupied in studying all original Documents bearing upon the Early History of England. The Appendix contains fragments of Alfred's works, in Anglo-Saxon. 1198 RASK’S Grammar of the Anglo-Saxon Tongue, with Praxis ; new edition, en
larged and improved by the Author, edited by B. Thorpe, 8vo. Fine Paper, plate, (pub. at 16s) bds. 8s 6d
Copenhagen, 1830 The best of all Anglo-Saxon Grammars ; prefixed is a learned preface of 60 pp. giving an account of the genius of the Anglo-Saxon Tongue and its history. 1199 SAXON CHRONICLE (The), with an English translation, and notes, critical
and explanatory, to which are added chronological, topographical, and glossarial Indices, and a short Grammar, by the Rev. J. Ingram, 4to. map and plates, £3.
1823 1200 Saxon CHRONICLE dissected, with a Review of the Saxon Annalists, in which they
are (for the first time) identified, (by Miss Gurney), sm. 8vo. bds, 5s 1830 1201 SOMNERI (Gul.) Dictionarium Saxonico-Latino-Anglicum, voces phrasesque
præcipuas Anglo-Saxonicas cum latina et anglica interpretatione complectens ; accesserunt Ælfrici Abbatis Grammatica Latino-Saxonica, cum Glossario suo
ejusdem generis, folio, very fine copy, neat in hf. calf, rare, £2. 16s Oxon. 1659
Priced, 1829, Longman's, £8. 88 ; 1835, Thorpe, a copy with MS. notes, £8. 8s, in 1840, reduced to €6, 16s 60 ; 1840 and 1845, Rodd, russia, £4. 10s.
“A work highly deserving of mention in this place, which, although eclipsed by the larger and more splendid Lexicon of Lye, bears honourable witness to the learning and industry of its author. The Grammar of Aelfric is a relic, curious in itself, and valuable to the student."--Řask. 1202 THORPE'S Analecta Anglo-Saxonica; a selection in prose and verse from AngloSaxon Authors, 8vo. new edition, cloth, 8s 6d
1203 THORPE'S Ancient Laws and Institutes of England; comprising Laws enacted
under the Anglo-Saxon Kings from Æthelbert to Cnut, with an English Trans. lation of the Saxon; the Laws called Edward the Confessor's ; the Laws of William the Conqueror, and those ascribed to Henry the First; also Monumenta Ecclesiastica Anglicana, from the Seventh to the Tenth Century; and the Ancient Latin Version of the Anglo-Saxon Laws, with a compendious Glossary, 2
vols. roy. 8vo. hf.bd. rus. 358 Published by order of the British Government, 1840 1204 TURNER’S (Sh.) History of the Anglo-Saxons, 3 vols. 8vo. fifth edition, map, bds. 27s
1828 1205 Wood's Outlines of Anglo-Saxon Grammar, 12mo. cloth, 2s Edinb. 1857 1206 Teutonic: Old and Low German. ADELUNG (Fr.) Altdeutsche Ge
dichte welche aus der Heidelbergischen Bibliothek in die Vatikanische gekommen sind, 2 vols. in 1, 12mo. half calf, 10s
Königsberg, 1796 1207 ARNIM (L. A. von) Tröst Einsamkeit, Alte und neue Sagen und Gedichte, (An
cient and Modern German Poems, Legends, &c.) 10 curious plates, Heidelberg, 1808–Hildebrand und Hadubrand (with MS. translation by Rev. J. J. Cony. beare) und das Weissenbrunner Gebet, herausgegeben durch die Brüder Grimm,
scarce, Cassel, 1812-in 1 vol. 4to. half bd. 16s 1208 BARLAAM UND JOSAPHAT von Rudolf von Montfort, herausg. von Köpke, with a Vocabulary, 8vo. bds. 2s 6d
Königsberg, 1818 1209 BONER's Fabeln aus den Zeiten der MINNESINGER, 12mo. with Glossary of 78 pp. calf, 58
Zürich, 1757 1210 BŘEMÍSCH-Niedersæchsisches Wörterbuch, worin alle in ganz Nieder-Sachsen
gebräuchlichen Mundarten, nebst veralteten Wörten und Redensarten, eben
falls verwandte Dialekte erkläret sind, 5 vols. 8vo. rare, £2. Bremen, 1767-71 1212 BRUNS, Romantische und andere Gedichte in Altplattdeutscher Sprache, 12mo. 384 pp. half calf, 58
* Berlin, 1798 1213 FÖRSTEMANN (Dr. Ernst) TEUTONIC NAMES: Altdeutsches Namenbuch,
Vol. I. Personennamen; Vol. II. Ortsnamen, 2 thick vols. 4to. new, sewed, £2. 2s
Nordhausen, 1856-59 This book, on the compilation of which the author has bestowed twelve years of assiduous industry, has appeared in consequence of a prize put forth by the Berlin Academy in the year 1846. The object of the work is, first of all, to collect and explain the ancient GERMAN NAMES of PERSONS and PLACES, and beyond this it is also the most important source for the student of SWEDISA, DANISH and ENGLISH NAMES, so far as the latter are of Germanic origin. It will be sufficient here to quote the words of the celebrated Jacob Grimm, who said in the Berlin Academy, in 1858: " I congratulate our Academy on the result that a prize, offered in 1846 for a work on the old high German proper names has met with. Foerstemann's important and complete performance, since the decision has obtained their favour, would soon be printed in two stout quartos, to be laid before the eyes of all. As a first successful disposer of the mass of materials no common caviller would equal bim (Foerstemann)." 1214 GRIMM’S Deutsche Grammatik, 4 vols. 8vo. complete, cloth, £2.8s 1822-37
The Deutsche Grammatik of Grimm is the work not of an age, nor of a century, but like the great History of the Athenian, krnua eis åsi. It is the Magazine from whence all draw their facts and illustrations; it is a monument of learning, industry, comprehensiveness, and arrangement.”
Latham. “ In this astonishing work a whole family of languages has for the first time found an expositor, and as it were an historiographer, placed on the summit of the comparative linguistic analysis of our age, Grimm's Teutonic Grammar comprehends the Scandinavian as well as the German languages in all their ramifications, reduces each of them to its most ancient forms, and follows it down from that point through the whole course of its development : this colossal work forms an epoch in the history of ethnological history.”—The Chevalier Bunsen. 1215
(Brüder) Altdeutsche Wälder, 3 vols. in 1, hf. cf. gt. rare, 20s 1813-16
Miscellaneous pieces of old German poetry, customs, &c. 1216
(W.) Ruolandes Liet, Teutonic, with notes, 8vo, with facsimile and plates in folió, sd. 5s
Goettingen, 1838 1216* - (J.) Geschichte der Deutschen Sprache, 2 vols. 8vo. best edit. cl. 186 1848 1217 HAGEN (F. H. von der) und J. G. BÜSCHING, Deutsche Gedichte des Mit
telalters, 2 vols. in 1, 4to. The Poems are in the original old German, with prefatory remarks, 4. facsimile engravings, half calf, 258
Berlin, 1808-20 Priced by Klincksieck in Paris, sewed, 50 fr. 1217*_ (F. H. von der) Minnesinger, Deutsche Liederdichter des XII, XIII
und XIÙ Jahrhunderts, aus allen bekannten Handschriften und früheren Drucken gesammelt und berichtigt, without the Supplement, 4 vols. in 3, 4to. with the Music, bds. £2. 16s
Leipsic, 1838 1218 HAGEN'S (F. H. von der) MINNESINGER, with the Supplement, called the
“Bildersaal,” 5 vols. in 4, 4to. with the Music and 54 plates, £4. 10. 1838-56
The grandest collection of the German POETICAL ROMANCES and Lyrical Effusions of the Middle Ages 1219 HĂLTAUS, GLOSSARIUM GERMANICUM MEDII Ævi, maximam partem e Diplo.
matibus, multis præterea aliis Monimentis tam editis quam ineditis adornatum, 2 vols. in 1, folio, fine copy in russia, gilt edges, 30$
Lipsiae, 1758 A very valuable Lexicon of Old German, indispensable to the reader of Old Charters, Old Law Books, and Old Divinity. 1220 HENNIG, Preussiches Wörterbuch, worinnen die in Preussen eigenthümliche
Mundart mit der Niedersächsischen verglichen, 12mo. 340 pp. bds. rare, 9s 1785 1221 LAMPRECHT, Alexander, Gedicht des XII. Jahrhunderts, Teutonic and Ger
man, with notes by Weisman, 2 vols. 12mo. hf. morocco, 9s Frankf. 1850
Contains also curious Extracts from Latin, French, English, and Persian Alexander-Romances. 1222 LOHENGRIN, ein altteutsches Gedicht, herausg. von Görres, 8vo. bds. 2s 6d 1813 1223 MAILATH, und Köffinger's Kaloczaer Codex Altdeutscher Gedichte, 8vo. calf gilt, 58
Pesth, 1817 1224 MANESSEN's Sammlung von Minnesingern aus dem Schwäbischen Zeitpuncte,
CXL Dichter enthaltend, herausgegeben von Bodmer, 2 vols. in 1, 4to. bds. very scarce, 21s
Zyrich, 1758-59 1225
- the same, 2 vols. 1758-59-Jos. VON RETZER's Nachlese zu Sineds Liedern, Wien, 1784–3 vols. in 1, 4to. hf. bd. 258
1758-84 A most valuable collection of these poems. 1226 MEUSEL, Sammlung Germanischer Wurzel-Wörter, 4to. half calf, 2s 6d 1776 1227 MINNESINGERS, Lays of the; or German Troubadours of 12th and 13th Centu. ries, with historical notes, 12mo. 12 plates, (pub. at 14s) bds. 58
1825 1228 NIBELUNGEN LIED (Der) aus der St. Galler Urschrift mit Vergleichung aller
übrigen Handschriften herausg. durch von der Hagen, with Vocabulary, Breslau, 1820–Das Nibelungenlied, Neudeutsch von Zeune, Berlin, 1814-in 1 vol.
8vo. half calf, 3s 6d 1229 NIBELUNGE NOTH (der) und die Klage, mit den Lesarten herausgegeben von Lachmann, Teutonic, royal 8vo. cloth, 38 6d
Berlin, 1851 1230 PARÆNETICORUM VETERUM pars I. in qua producuntur Scriptores VIII. S. Co.
LUMBANUS Abbas, TYROL Rex SCOTORUM (cum effig.), WINSBEKIUS ET WINS.
Insulæ, ad lacum Acronium, 1604 Of particular interest in this volume is the OLD GERMAN Poem, “ Tyrol's Regis Scotorum Winsbekii Paraeneses ad filios,” with valuable philological notes.
PASSIONALE ; in Low German-see post, Class “ M188ALS, HORAE, etc.” 1231 RADLOF (J. G.) Mustersaal aller teutschen Mund-Arten: Gedichte, Lustspiele,
Prosa, etc. in dem verschiedenen Mundarten, 2 vols. in 1, half bd. 5s Bonn, 1821 1232 - die Sprachen der Germanen, in ihren sämmtlichen Mundarten darge.
stellt durch die Gleichniss. Reden vom Säemanne, 8vo. bds. 58 Frankf. 1827 1233 REYNIKE VOSS de Olde, nyge gedrücket mit sydlykem vorstande, und schö.
nen Figuren, erlüchtet und vorbetert, The Low German Poem, with a Low German Commentary, thick 12mo. a fine copy in old elegantly stamped calf
binding of the period, very rare, £2. Franckfort an dem Meen, N. Bassee, 1575 1234 REYNARD THE Fox: ALKMAR (H. von) Reineke der Fuchs, mit schönen Kup.
fern, in Low German, after the edition of 1498, and High German, by Gottsche. den, 2 vols. in 1, 4to. with 62 etchings by Everdingen, pale morocco, gilt edges, scarce, £2. 10s
Leipzig, 1752 Everdingen's Etchings are full of spirit and expression. The above edition is valued both for its literary and artistic merits. 1235 SCHULZE, Gothisches Glossar, mit einer Vorrede von Jacob Grimm, 4to. illuminated title, 478 pp. double columns, hf. calf, 10s
Magdeburg, 1847 1236 SCHÜTZE, Holsteinisches Idiotikon, oder Sammlung plattdeutscher, after und neu
gebildeter Worte, Wortformen, Redensarten, Volkwitzes, Sprichwörter, Anek. doten und aus dem Sprachschatze Sitten, Gebräuche, Spiele, etc. der Holsteiner,
nebst Einleitung, 4 vols. in 2, 8vo. cuts, hf. mor. gilt tops, 368 Hamb. 1800-6
A valuable Glossary of Low German, comprising a collection of Ancient and Modern Low German Words, Idioms, Witticisms, Proverbs, Nursery and other Rhymes, Anecdotes, and Expres. sions illustrating the Manners, Customs, Games, and Festivals of the Holsteiners.