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Publisher: Jena: Bielck [Ienae: In officina Bielckiana], 1745
Edition: 5th ed.
Seller ID: k190114i
A Hebrew/Aramaic grammar, with latin text by Johann Danz -- German theologian and Hebraicist. Professor of Oriental languages at the University of Jena. He was considered by contemporaries to be the greatest Hebrew scholar and his several works on Hebrew grammar, including this one, remained standard works for nearly a hundred years. (Jewish Encyclopedia). 12mo, vellum covered boards. 361 pp plus another 60 or so pages of indices. Good condition: a clean, tight copy overall but age-toned, light foxing throughout. Title hand-written on spine in black ink. View more info
Publisher: NY: D. Appleton & Co. : 1897
Seller ID: k109220a
1st American ed.. 16mo, papercovers and dustwrapper. 94 [2 advt] pp. A guide to socially acceptable behavior, manners, etiquette, and grammar. Reprinted many times over the past century, original copies are quite scarce. This is semi-original. The slim volume was first published in 1883 by Field & Tuer as “Vellum Parchment Shilling Series of Miscellaneous Literature, number 9”. No information is available to determine if Appleton bought the sheets from Field & Tuer or pirated them. CONDITION: Fair; chipping at spine ends with a ¼”chip in lower third of spine; covers tanned. Text blo... View more info