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FROM THE COMMOxWEALTH TO THE REVOLUTIOX.-RICHARD BAXTER, JOHN BUNYAN, John Milton, RALPH
CUDWORTH, ROBERT LEIGHTON, Thomas Kex, AND OTHERS.-A.D. 1660 to A.D. 1689 · · ·
Messrs. CASSELL & COMPANY beg to announce that oi
JANUARY 25th, 1884, they will publish the
FIRST MONTHLY PART, price Is., of:
An entirely New and Exhaustive Work of Reference to
the Words in the English Language, with a Full Accou.
"As its title shows, it is professedly both an “For fulness, accuracy of definition, exce encyclopaeiline and a dictionary ; it explains | lence of arrangement, and a happy choice in OF things as well as words, and thus the author illustrative quotations, the 'Encyclopædi has ample scope to produce a work of im Dictionary' need not fear comparison witi mense utility. The author has had the assist- | any rival that has yet appeared; and iti ance of specialists in the technical part of the brief but comprehensive encyclopædic articles work, and the authorities he has obtained to will often obviate the necessity of searching assist him have almost always been the best more pretentious and elaborate works." -obtainable. The illustrations are always ap. Scotsman. propriate and clear.”- Times.
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i than those of the specialist.”.- John Bull.
N.B.- This Il'ork will form a complete Dictionary of the English Language, giving the etymology of cach word, and its proper pronunciation, its definition, and its various significations. In addition to this, special subjects will be treated in the exhaustize form more specially charaiteristic of an Encyclopaedia. The present Il'ork will contain a large number of words not included in any other English Dictionary, while the definitions given and the examples quoted are the result of original research and independent study.
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