Archaeologia Cornu-Britannica; Or, An Essay to Preserve the Ancient Cornish Language: Containing the Rudiments of that Dialect, in a Cornish Grammar and Cornish-English Vocabulary, Compiled from a Variety of Materials which Have Been Inaccessible to All Other Authors, Wherein the British Original of Some Thousand English Words in Common Use is Demonstrated; Together with that of the Proper Names of Most Towns, Parishes, Villages, Mines, and Gentlemen's Seats Amd Families, in Wales, Cornwall, Devonshire, and Other Parts of England

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1790 - Cornish language - 65 pages
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