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Reverend Thomas Dyche (died c. 1733) was an English schoolmaster and lexicographer (probably) from Ashbourne, Derbyshire. He published a number of books on the English language including one thought to be the first English book published in Asia. The legacy that Ziegenbalg left, S. Muthiah, The Hindu, 6 July 2006 Retrieved 5 April 2008 He is remembered for his reference books and his contribution to pronunciation.Dewitt T. Starmes and Gertrude E. Noyes, Thomas Dyyke and William Pardons New General English Dictionary (1735) in Lexicography: Critical Concepts Mick R. K. Smith et al., pp. 15–19, 2003, Taylor and Francis, Retrieved 5 April 2008 SBN:0415253675
Dyche's New General English Dictionary was in print from 1735 to 1798 and went through eighteen editions.

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Uniform title: New general English dictionary. French
by Dyche, Thomas, -approximately 1733
Avignon : chez la Veuve de Francois Girard. Et se vend a Paris, chez Guillyn, 1756
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by Dyche, Thomas, -approximately 1733
London : printed for C. and R. Ware, J. Beecroft, J. and F. Rivington, J. Hinton, Hawes, Clarke and Collins [and 16 others in London], 1771
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