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Search results for "Linguistics" (55 matches)

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Abraham, Roy ClivePapers, 1921-1959, of Roy Clive Abraham, comprising personal manuscript notebooks of grammar and vocabulary notes on the various African, Middle Easte...School of Oriental and African Studies2002-04-16
Alphabeta litterae, caracteres et habitus variorum populorum (etc.)Alphabeta litterae, caracteres et habitus variorum populorum, besides the alphabets, there are numerous traced copies of illustrations-a few in colour...Wellcome Library2009-03-03
Anglo-Saxon NotesManuscript notes on Anglo-Saxon morphology and syntax. Watermarked 1819....University College London2001-08-09
Arnott, David WhitehornPapers, 1950s-1980s, of Professor David W Arnott on West African languages, comprising papers, including notes and questionnaires, from his study leav...School of Oriental and African Studies2002-09-02
Bantu and other African LanguagesPapers, largely undated, some dated 1943-1974, by various authors, some unidentified, concerning the study of Bantu and other, mainly East African, la...School of Oriental and African Studies2002-09-02
Bargery, George PercivalPapers, c1946, of George Percival Bargery, comprising Hausa grammar and vocabulary notes....School of Oriental and African Studies2002-04-18
Blagden, Sir Charles (1748-1820)The correspondence, papers and diaries of Sir Charles Blagden. Blagden's papers are interesting on several levels, generally for his close contact wit...Royal Society2003-01-24
C A B Smith PapersPapers of Cedric Austen Bardell Smith, [1934]-2003, comprising biographical material including obituaries and tributes; copy of Smith's inaugural lect...University College London2018-02-23
CITY OF LONDON Notebook containing extracts from various City of London records. ...London Metropolitan Archives2010-11-27
CLARKE, John: book of African dialectsManuscript notebook containing a vocabulary list of a number of African languages, chiefly Hausa, written by John Clarke in Fernando Po, 1841. ...Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland2008-06-16

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