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Dictionaries Early works to 1700
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Richard Perceval; John Minsheu; Edmund Bollifant; English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)
|Notes:||"For the right vse of this worke, I referre you to the directions before the Dictionarie, contriued in diuers points diferring from other dictionaries heretofore set foorth."
Printer's mark on t.p.
Signatures: A⁶ (A1+'A2'.3) B-2K⁶.
LC copy has remnants of what may be an original binding mounted on the upper and lower boards over library buckram, stamped in blind and gilt, with the initials H.B.
|Description:||, 391,  pages ; 28 cm (folio)|
|Responsibility:||all done by Iohn Minsheu, professor of languages in London ; hereunto for the further profite and pleasure of the learner or delighted in this tongue, is annexed an ample English dictionarie, alphabetically set downe with the Spanish words thereunto adioyned ... by the same Iohn Minsheu.|