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The Royal dictionary, in two parts. First, French and English. Secondly, English and French. The French taken out of the dictionaries of Richelet, Furetiere, Tachart, the great dictionary of the French-Academy and the remarks of Vaugelas, Menage, and Bouhours. And the English collected chiefly out of the best dictionaries and the works of the greatest masters of the English tongue such as Archbishop Tillotson, Bishop Sprat, Sir Roger L'Estrange, Mr. Dryden, Sir William Temple, &c. For the use of His Highness the Duke of Glocester / [Abel Boyer].

Boyer, Abel, 1667-1729.
Date
1699
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London : R. Clavel, etc., 1699.

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2 parts : engr. frontispiece ; (4to)

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Wing B3917
ESTC R27810
Wing (2nd ed., 1994), B3917

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  • English

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