Pantographia;: Containing Accurate Copies of All the Known Alphabets in the World; Together with an English Explanation of the Peculiar Force Or Power of Each Letter: to which are Added, Specimens of All Well-authenticated Oral Languages; Forming a Comprehensive Digest of Phonology

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Cooper and Wilson, 1799 - Alphabet - 320 pages
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A work on printing featuring two hundred alphabets including Chaldee and Greek. It is also a comparative work of Pacific languages taken from the accounts of La Pérouse, Thomas Forrest (New Guinea), Cook's third voyage, Parkinson's account of Cook's first voyage. Also includes four languages of the of Ecclemach, Achastlien, Tchoka, Port des Francais (Alaska).

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