The way to things by words, and to words by things
being a sketch of an attempt at the retrieval of the antient Celtic, or, primitive language of Europe, to which is added a succinct account of the Sanscort, or learned language of the Bramins, also, two essays, the one on the origin of the musical waits at Christmas, the other on the real secret of the Free Masons.
|Main Creator:||Cleland, John, 1709-1789.|
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London : Printed for L. Davis and C. Reymers, 1766.
Reproduction of the original in Bodliean Library.
Physical description: 1 p. l., vii, 123 p. ; 21 cm.
Reproduction Note: Microfiche. London : Scolar Press, 1974. 2 microfiches. (English linguistics, 1500-1800, EL122).
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