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English linguistics, 1500-1800
Bib ID 2434754
Format JournalJournal
Description Menston (Yorks.), : Scolar Press, 1967-1972 
ISSN 0425-0559 
Notes

"A collection of facsimile reprints."

Place of publication varies. Some published by Scolar Press in Menston, Yorkshire.

aEditor: 1967- R.C. Alston

Life Dates No. 1-365 (1967-1972) 
Subjects English philology - Collections.  |  English language - History.  |  English philology - History.  |  English language - Grammar - 1500-1799.
Other authors/contributors Alston, Robin, 1933-2011
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700 1 |aAlston, Robin,|d1933-2011.
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