Bibliothèque anglo-saxonne

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Silvestre, Londres, Pickering, 1837 - 168 pages

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Page 161 - A Testimonie of Antiquitie, shewing the auncient fayth in the Church of England touching the Sacrament of the body and bloude of the Lord, here publikely preached, and also receaued in the Saxons' tyme, aboue 600 yeares agoe. Imprinted at London by John Day, dwelling ouer Aldersgate beneath S.
Page 99 - The Rudiments Of Grammar For The English-Saxon Tongue, First given in English : With An Apology for the Study of Northern Antiquities.
Page 148 - The Rise and Progress of the English Commonwealth. Anglo-Saxon Period, containing the AngloSaxon Policy, and the Institutions Arising out of Laws and Usages which Prevailed before the Conquest.
Page 152 - ANALECTA ANGLO-SAXONICA.— A Selection, in Prose and Verse, from Anglo-Saxon Authors, of various ages, with a Glossary. By Benjamin Thorpe, FSA A New Edition, with corrections and improvements. Post 8vo, cloth, 8s.
Page 143 - Ancient History, English and French, exemplified in a Regular Dissection of the Saxon Chronicle; preceded by a Review of Wharton's Utrum Elfricus Grammaticus? Malraesbury's Life of St. Wulstan, and Hugo Candidus' Peterborough History: wherein the Principal Saxon Annalists are now (for the first time) identified.
Page 135 - The Elements of Anglo-Saxon Grammar, with copious Notes, illustrating the Structure of the Saxon and the Formation of the English Language : and a grammatical Praxis with a literal English Version...
Page 67 - The Gospels of the fower Euangelistes translated in the olde Saxons tyme out of Latin into the vulgare toung of the Saxons, newly collected out of Auncient Monumentes of the sayd Saxons, and now published for testimonie of the same at London.
Page 98 - Doctrines, etc., of the Church of England before the Norman Conquest, and shewing its purity from many of those popish innovations and corruptions, which were afterwards introduced into the church. Now first printed, and translated into the language of the present times, by ELIZABETH ELSTOB.
Page 121 - ORIGIN AND PROGRESS OF WRITING, as well Hieroglyphic as Elementary, Illustrated by Engravings taken from. Marbles, Manuscripts, and Charters, Ancient and Modern ; also Some Account of the Origin and Progress of Printing.
Page 160 - A Translation of the Anglo-Saxon Poem of Beowulf, with a copious Glossary, Preface, and Philological Notes, by John M.

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