Etymologicon linguae anglicanae; seu, Explicatio vocum anglicarum etymologica ex propriis fontibus, scil. ex linguis duodecim ... Accedit Etymologicon botanicum ... Accedit & tertio vocum forensium tum antiquarum & jam obsoletarum tum recentium, & quae adhuc in usu sunt, etymologica expositio ... Quarto adjectae sunt originationes omnium vocum antiquarum anglicarum, quae usq; à Wilhelmo Victore invaluerunt ... Tandem ultimo Etymologicon onomasticon ... Omnia alphabetico ordine in quinque distinctas classes digesta

PE1580 .A2 1671 Title Page.JPG

Author

Stephen Skinner

Title

Etymologicon linguae anglicanae; seu, Explicatio vocum anglicarum etymologica ex propriis fontibus, scil. ex linguis duodecim ... Accedit Etymologicon botanicum ... Accedit & tertio vocum forensium tum antiquarum & jam obsoletarum tum recentium, & quae adhuc in usu sunt, etymologica expositio ... Quarto adjectae sunt originationes omnium vocum antiquarum anglicarum, quae usq; à Wilhelmo Victore invaluerunt ... Tandem ultimo Etymologicon onomasticon ... Omnia alphabetico ordine in quinque distinctas classes digesta

Date

1671

Place

Londini [London]

Publisher

Typis T. Roycroft, & prostant venales apud H. Brome [etc.]

Language

English
French
Latin
German

Contributor

Thomas Henshaw

AUTOGRAPH:
Samuel Lawson

Note

IMPRINT:
Londini, Typis T. Roycroft, & prostant venales apud H. Brome [etc.] 1671.

On spine: Skinners Lexicon.

REFERENCE:
Wing S3947.

FORMAT:
[802] p.

CONDITION:
Leather over laminated paper boards is in poor condition. The book has been reinforced with a vellum half-binding. Marbled paper is glued over the leather. Paper inside has been glued to this marbled paper wrapper (the CRRS plate is affixed to this).

Printer’s device on π2v: WHITE-HALL, Sept. 7. 1668|By Permission and Licence of the Right Hono-|rable Sir William Morice, Principal Secreta-|ry of State, Let this ETYMOLOGI-|CON LINGUÆ ANGLICANÆ|be Printed.|JO. COOKE.

Several pages have small burn holes in them which obscure text. On pages 2L3, 4S2, and 5F3 and 4 handwritten notes fill in missing text. 3E1, 5S1 and 5S4 are missing some text due to the burn holes.

Signatures are signed in several typefaces and sizes.

PROVENANCE:
CRRS copy has bookplates of Edward Balme Wheatley-Balme and of Selwyn College, Cambridge.

Plate on inside cover with crest reads: HIS UTERE MECUM. FIDELITER. Edward Balme Wheatley-Balme.

Plate on flyleaf: LIBER|COLLEGII ∙SELWYNENSIS|CANTABRIGIAE|____|EX∙DONO|EDWARDI∙BALME|WHEATLEY-BALME

Stamped over both plates: WITHDRAWN From Selwyn College Library. Handwritten in pencil: duplicate

On cover: B2 Sk.2 5115 folio (handwritten in pencil)

On flyleaf: J. Cutler. Several other words have been crossed out.

Price £12/12/- in pencil on flyleaf

COLLATION:
Folio; π2, a2 ($1), B-D4 ($2), E-V2($2, – V2) 2A-2U4 ($2), 2X-2Z2 ($2), 3A-3Y4 ($2), 3Z6 ($3), 4A-5X4 ($2, – 5X2). Final page is pasted to marbled wrapper.

CONTENT:
π1v – Colophon/printer’s device

π2r – Title page

a1r – Editor ad Lectorem (Latin, set in Italics)

B1r – Praefatio ad Lectorem (Latin, set in Roman)

D3r – Prolegomena Etymologica, Canones Etymologici (Latin, set Rom., overview of sound changes)

D4v – Prolegomena Etymologica, exempla (correspondences between English words and other languages, with some attention to sound changes)

V2v – Linguae & Dialecti per totum Etymologicon citandae his notis compendia ergò indigitantur; Alphabetum Saxonicum

2A1r – Etymologicon Linguae Anglicanae

4G2r – Etymologicon Botanicum

4L3r – Etymologica Expositio

4U1r – Etymologicon Vocum omnium antiquarum Anglicarum

5K2r – Etymologicon Onomasticon

5X1r – Candide Lector

Library Catalog

https://crrs.ca/rare_books/crrs-rare-book-retrieval-requests/

Num Pages

802

Call Number

PE1580 .A2 1671

Item Type

Book

Collection

Citation

Stephen Skinner, “Etymologicon linguae anglicanae; seu, Explicatio vocum anglicarum etymologica ex propriis fontibus, scil. ex linguis duodecim ... Accedit Etymologicon botanicum ... Accedit & tertio vocum forensium tum antiquarum & jam obsoletarum tum recentium, & quae adhuc in usu sunt, etymologica expositio ... Quarto adjectae sunt originationes omnium vocum antiquarum anglicarum, quae usq; à Wilhelmo Victore invaluerunt ... Tandem ultimo Etymologicon onomasticon ... Omnia alphabetico ordine in quinque distinctas classes digesta,” Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies (CRRS) Rare Book Collection, accessed February 4, 2023, https://crrs.library.utoronto.ca/items/show/7615.

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