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" Edwards concludes: It is not to be supposed, that the like coincidence is extended to all the words of those languages. Very many words are totally different. Still the analogy is such as is sufficient to show, that they are mere dialects of the same... "
Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society - Page 89
1843
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Works, Volume 1

Jonathan Edwards, Tryon Edwards - Congregational churches - 1850
...o or oh is used, when a or ah is used in the correspondent words of the other languages ; asMquoh, Mauquah. I doubt not the sound of those two syllables...the different tribes. It is not to be supposed, that the like coincidence is extended to all the words of those languages. Very many words are totally different....
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The Works of Jonathan Edwards: With a Memoir of His Life and Character, Volume 1

Jonathan Edwards, Tryon Edwards - Congregational churches - 1854
...is used, when a or itk is used in the correspondent words of the other languages ; asMquoh, Mauquuh. I doubt not the sound of those two syllables is exactly...the different tribes. It is not to be supposed, that the like coincidence is extended to all the words of those languages. Very many words are totally different....
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Linguistics in America 1769-1924: A Critical History

Julie Tetel Andresen - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1995 - 308 pages
...Mohegan and Chippiwan (ie Ojibwa) - a move which Jones did not make in his discourse - and concludes: It is not to be supposed, that the like coincidence is...they are mere dialects of the same original language. (quoted in Koerner 1986b: iii) In the United States, Edwards's paper was certainly regarded as an important...
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American Indian Languages

Lyle Campbell - Anthropological linguistics - 1997 - 528 pages
..."radically the same [are from the same family]," though he was also fully aware of their differences: "It is not to be supposed, that the like coincidence is...is sufficient to show, that they are mere dialects [sisters] of the same original language [family]" (1788:11; see also Andresen 1990:45, Wolfart 1982:403,...
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Lingüística Misionera

Otto Zwartjes, Even Hovdhaugen - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2004 - 288 pages
...parallel data from Mohegan and Chippewau (now usually referred to as Ojibwa), Edwards concludes: It is not to be supposed, that the like coincidence is...they are mere dialects of the same original language. (Edwards 1788:8; my italics: EFKK)42 None other than John Pickering republished Edwards' paper in 1823,...
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Essays in the History of Linguistics

E. F. K. Koerner - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2004 - 271 pages
...parallel data from Mohegan and Chippewau (now usually referred to as Ojibwa), Edwards concludes: It is not to be supposed, that the like coincidence is...they are mere dialects of the same original language. (Edwards 1788:8; my italics: EFKK)52 None other than John Pickering republished Edwards' paper in 1823,...
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