A dissertation upon the origin and structure of the Latin tongue... taken from the powers of the servile letters, the uses of the Greek digamma, and the causes of the Latin tongue. Gregory Sharpe.

A dissertation upon the origin and structure of the Latin tongue... taken from the powers of the servile letters, the uses of the Greek digamma, and the causes of the Latin tongue.

London: printed for J. Millan, 1751. Only edition, 8vo, pp. xv (i.e. xvi), 47; a nice copy in recent paper-covered boards, paper label. Sharpe (1713-1771), a noted theologian and classical and oriental scholar possessed a fine collection of Oriental manuscripts which were sold over a ten-day period in April, 1771. He also wrote The Origin and Structure of the Greek Tongue (1767). Item #2089

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