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An essay on the antiquities of Great Britain and Ireland: wherein they are placed in a clearer light than hitherto. Designed as an introduction to a larger work, especially an attempt to shew an affinity betwixt the languages, &c. of the ancient Britains and the Americans of the Isthmus of Darien. In answer to an objection against revealed religion
Bib ID 2772175
Format BookBook
Description Edinburgh, Printed by T. and W. Ruddimans, and sold by A. Kincaid, 1738 
1 p. ., [256] p. 21 cm. 
Notes

Variously paged.

Mainly a collection of letters by the compiler and others.

Some of the letters dated 1739.

"Reissued in a greatly enlarged form as 'Letters, essays, and other tracts, illustrating the antiquities of Great Britain and Ireland ...' London, 1744."--Dict. nat. biog.

Subjects Celtic languages.
Other authors/contributors Malcolme, David, -1748. compiler

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