Tables of comparative etymology and analogous formations in the Greek, Latin, Spanish, Italian, French, English, and German languages; or, the student's manual of languages. Designed to facilitate the study of them by a connected view of their declensions, methods of comparison, conjugations, interchangeable letters, and similar terminations. John Lewis.
Tables of comparative etymology and analogous formations in the Greek, Latin, Spanish, Italian, French, English, and German languages; or, the student's manual of languages. Designed to facilitate the study of them by a connected view of their declensions, methods of comparison, conjugations, interchangeable letters, and similar terminations

Tables of comparative etymology and analogous formations in the Greek, Latin, Spanish, Italian, French, English, and German languages; or, the student's manual of languages. Designed to facilitate the study of them by a connected view of their declensions, methods of comparison, conjugations, interchangeable letters, and similar terminations

Philadelphia: Carey, Lea, & Carey, 1828. First edition, 4to, pp. [7], 8-12, plus 49 leaves of tables; text a bit toned, else a very good copy in later calf-backed marbled boards. Lewis was assisted in the Greek by George Long, and in the German by George Blaettermann. The [41] leaves bound after p. 12 and contain 23 tables and the [8] leaves at end include an additional 15 tables. Not in Kennedy or Vancil. In over thirty years of specializing in language books this is the first time we've had it or even seen it. Item #50097

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