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Title: A CRITICAL PRONOUNCING DICTIONARY and ...
Publisher: E. H. Butler
Book Condition: Good
Book Description E. H. Butler, 1846. Leather Bound. Book Condition: Used: Acceptable. 1846. Front hinge is coming loose. Writing on inside covers but not in text. Pages very spotty/stained but still bound tightly. Covers bend outwards. Ends page 400. Heavy wear. Photos available. (Heavy books and sets may require additional shipping charges, particularly if international). Bookseller Inventory # LV2102
Book Description Ernest Fleischer, London and Leipsic, 1826. cloth binding. 240x170mm, VIII- 544pages, Title on spine. Extensive stains. Good condition. Bookseller Inventory # 49171
Book Description Scott, Webster, And Geary, London, 1836. Half Leather. Book Condition: Poor. Dust Jacket Condition: No d/w. New and Revised Edition. 588pp; ".The whole interspersed with Observations, Etymological, Critical, And Grammatical; 5 raised bands; Front internal hinge loose and detached from body of book; Marbled front board missing a piece approx. 4 ins. x 3 ins.; Split along edge of spine; Foxing to prelims. and slight foxing throughout; Internally bright with previous owner's initials to ff.e.p.; A good binding copy; Digital photos available on request; Size: 8vo. Bookseller Inventory # 005302
Book Description G. G. and J. Robinson, London, 1791. First edition of Walker's greatest dictionary, which had a more profound effect on the pronunciation of English than any other dictionary; 4to, [i]-viii, , [ix]-[lvi], , plus unpaginated lexicon in triple column; A4 a2 b-g4 B-4D4; a few spots and stains throughout, else a very good copy in full contemporary calf neatly rebacked, black morocco label on spine. An actor and lecturer on elocution, Walker (1732-1807) "enjoyed the patronage and friendship of Dr. Johnson, Edmund Burke, and other distinguished men" (DNB). His Pronouncing Dictionary is a landmark in English lexicography, the pronunciations eventually being married with Johnson's text; and thus, editions of Johnson-Walker proliferated into the 20th century. Hence did Walker's pronunciation became synonymous with standard English, and adherence to Walker evidenced good breeding and social standing. Alston V, 336; Kennedy 6308; Vancil, p. 248. Bookseller Inventory # 44531