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Pages: 290

Language: English

Publisher: EEBO Editions, ProQuest (13 Dec. 2010)

By: Daniel Higgs (Author)

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The high Dutch Minerva a-la-mode or a.perfect.grammar never extant before, whereby the English may both easily and exactly learne the neatest dialect of the German mother-language used thoroughout all.Europe
Higgs, Daniel.
By Daniel Higgs.
On pi1r: a! z! des edelen hohteutshe Sprah Konst vor di Englishen.
Title, dedication and imprint span first 2 leaves (pi1v-pi2v).
Imprint at foot of pi2v.
Preliminaries in Latin, German and English.
Signatures: pi2 A4 B6 D-Y6 Z2 .
[24], 254 p. [1] leaf of plates :
London : printed in L. Britain, and to be sold at the Rabbets and Harrow in Jacksons court Blackfrayer, 1680.
Wing (2nd ed.) / H1961
English
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library


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