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Nugent, Thomas.

A NEW POCKET DICTIONARY

of the French and English Languages. In Two Parts. I. French and English-English and French. Containing All the Words in General Use, And authorised by the best Writers. The several Parts of Speech - The Genders of the French Nouns - The Accents of the English Words, for the Use of Foreigners - An alphabetical List of the most usual Christian and proper Names; and of the most remarkable Places on the Known World. 17th Ed. Carefully corrected with the addition of new words ... by J. Ouiseau; [With]. A NEW POCKET DICTIONARY OF THE ITALIAN AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES. In Two Parts .... With a Compendious Italian Grammar ... 13th Ed. J. Mawman ... 1822.
2 vols. 12mo. lii + (A-[K4] + xxxii + (A-[H12]). Ex.-libris Dowager Lady Lyttelton [see note], light browning, inner gilt dentelles, contemporary straight grained morocco, gilt ruling to edges of boards surrounding bordering intricate blind tooling with gilt fanned corners, gilt and blind tooling to spines lightly rubbed,, a.e.g. Sarah Lyttelton, Baroness Lyttelton (née Spencer) (1787–1870) British courtier, lady-in-waiting to Queen Victoria, governess to Edward VII of the United Kingdom, and wife of William Lyttelton, 3rd Baron Lyttelton. In April 1843, she was appointed governess to the royal children, who continued to call her "Laddle", even once they were grown. She was also made a Lady of the Bedchamber by Queen Victoria.
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