The Celtic Origin of a Great Part of the Greek and Latin Languages,: And of Many Classical Proper Names, Proved by a Comparison of Greek and Latin with the Gaelic Language Or the Celtic of Scotland (Google eBook)

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MacLachlan & Stewart, 1870 - Celtic languages - 100 pages
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Page 7 - I am not very willing that any language should be totally extinguished. The similitude and derivation of languages afford the most indubitable proof of the traduction of nations, and the genealogy of mankind. They add often physical certainty to historical evidence ; and often supply the only evidence of ancient migrations, and of the revolutions of ages which left no written monuments behind them.
Page 51 - STRATTON— GAELIC DERIVATIONS. The Derivation of many Classical Proper Names from the Gaelic Language or the Celtic of Scotland : Being Part Third of an Inquiry into the partly Celtic Origin of the Greeks and Romans. By Thomas Stratton, MD, Edinburgh, Honorary Member of the Highland Society, Canada.
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