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SCHREIB=LESE=FIBEL mit besonderer Beriicksichtigung der Lautiermethode. Herausgegeben von der Deutschen Evangelischen Synode von Nord-America.
St. Louis, MO:Eden Publishing House. 1885. 92pp. Cloth. Illus. 1st. ed. Covers lightly soiled; internally a fine copy. This German language primer features the alphabet in Old German script. Book appealed to the large German population in the United States at the last half of the 19th. century. Printed for the German Evangelic Synod of North America.
Sankt-Peterburg:Naukka. 2006. 677pp. Hard bound. Fine copy. Originally published in 1902. Binding is clean and only mildly shelf-worn. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a fine copy inside and out.
(Firenze):L. S. Olschki. 1952. 250pp. Hardcover. Binding is worn at the edges and spine, with some fading to the covers. Interior is clean and free of stray markings, though there is some significant age-toning and light foxing scattered throughout. Overall, this is a very good copy.
Boston: Boston University Press. 1969. 263pp. Hardbound. With card-board slip case, A fine copy. S12.
316pp. A very good copy.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press. 1970. Pp. 1-81. 158pp. Hard bound. With dust jacket. Light shelf wear of jacket, otherwise a very good to fine, tight, clean copy. Also includes George Siegel's THE FALLEN WOMAN IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY RUSSIAN LITERATURE; and Irina Agushi's THE POETRY OF GEORGIJ IVANOV. S005.
152pp. In Ukraine with Russian resumes.
New Haven, CT: American Oriental Society. 1956. 773pp. Wrps. Grey covers soiled with light shelf-wear. Inside the front cover are several previous owners marks or stamps. Otherwise, aside from an occasional smudge, a very good, clean copy. *Dorothea Bleek was a South African born German Anthropologist and Philologist, known for her research on the Bushmen of Southern Africa.
ARYAN PHILOLOGY ACCORDING TO THE MOST RECENT RESEARCHES. (GLOTTOLOGIA ARIA RECENTISSIMA) Remarks Historical and Critical
London:Trubner and Co. 1879. 1st edition. xvi+199pp+60pp catalogue. Hardcover. Boards lightly shelfworn, with some rippling to cloth on front and rear cover, gilt on spine strip bright but both spine ends are worn and frayed. Edge points worn to boards. Internally a previous owners bookplate is attached to inside front board, but otherwise a very good clean copy. The binding is tight but front hinge is starting, rear still intact.
New York:Columbia University Press. (1964). 2nd Printing. PP:(xxx)+674+v+416+144. 3 volumes in one. Hardcover. In very good, clean condition, inside and out. Do not think it was ever used. Introduction in english but text in russian.
[England]: Gregg Press Limited. 1966. Hardcover, no jacket as issued. x+191pp. Prior editions of this book are from 1939 and 1951. Fine condition; some sunfading to spine, but otherwise as new. We obtained this book directly from the publisher over fifty years ago, it has never been privately owned. This is a French language book covering Lingala grammar and including a French/Lingala dictionary. (cfm)
GRAMMATICA CELTICA. E MONUMENTIS VETUSTIS TAM HIBERNICAE LINGUAE QUAM BRITANNICAE DIALECTI CAMBRICAE CORNICAE ARMORICAE NEC NON E GALLICAE PRISCAE RELIQUIIS
Lipsiae:Apud Weidmannos. 1853. lvi + 1163pp. Hardcover. 2 Volumes. Both volumes rebound in buckram, with new end-pages, Titles in gilt on spine. Pages are age-toned, with title page and last page of both volumes quite darkened with age. Both volumes in very good condition. Boards are slightly rubbed and lightly soiled. Overall, a very good set. *According to Wikipedia ..."Composed in Latin, the work draws on the earliest Old Irish, Middle Welsh and other Celtic primary sources to construct a comparative grammar, which was the first to lay out a steady basis for Celtic linguistics...His Grammatica Celtica proved beyond doubt that Celtic Languages were a group of the Indo-European family, which put Celtic philology on a sound scientific basis."
MEASGRA I gCUIMHNE MHICHIL UI CHLEIRIGH: Miscellany of Historical and Linguistic Studies in Honour of Brother Michael O'Dleirigh, O.F.M. Chief of the Four Masters 1643-1943
Dublin:Assisi Press. 1944. 1st edition. xviii+242pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Covers soiled and age-toned along edges with wear to edges and seams. Spine strip starting from front gutter lower edge, about 1.5 inches up. Internally, pages clean with no previous owners marks or signatures. The binding is tight and hinges intact. A very good, clean copy.
Evanston and Chicago:Northwestern University. 1917. cxiii+141pp, with many pages still uncut. Illustrated with frontis and doublepage map. Hardcover. In fine condition. *From an unpublished manuscript in possession of Northwestern University Library. The Author was a Priest of the Franciscan Mission of Inmaculada Concepcion de Covendo in Bolivia.
Dublin:The Dublin Institute For Advanced Studies. 1945. 153pp. Hardcover. Blue boards soiled and shelfworn. Spine worn with some fraying along rear board gutter. Internally, no previous owners marks or signatures. Just printed in Ireland printed in blue pencil to upper outside edge of inside front board and light age-toning to paper. The binding is tight, although slightly cocked, and hinges intact.
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