Anecdotes of the English language; chiefly regarding the local dialect of London and its environs; whence it will appear that the natives of the metropolis and its vicinities have not corrupted the language of their ancestors ; In a letter from Samuel Pegge ; to an old acquaintance [J. Nichols, the original editor] and co-fellow of the Society of antiquaries, London ; To which is added, a supplement to Grose's 'Provincial glossary' / [Samuel Pegge].
- Pegge, Samuel, 1733-1800.
A collection of carols, on the birth of our Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ. Proper to be meditated upon at any season, but more particularly at Christmas. 1. Rejoice and be merry, set sorrow aside. 2. Good christian people pray give ear. 3. On Christmas night let christians sing. 4. Let christians now with joyful mirth. 5. Hark! hark what news the angels bring.