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Coles, Elisha. An English dictionary, explaining the difficult terms that are used in divinity, husbandry, physick, philosophy, law, navigation, mathematicks, and other arts and sciences. Containing many thousand of hard words (and proper names of places) more than are in any other English dictionary or expositor: together with the etymological derivation of them from their proper fountains, whether, Hebrew, Greek, Latin, French, or any other language. In a method more comprehensive than any that is extant. By E. Coles, schoolmaster, and teacher of the tongue to foreigners.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 24440, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/24440. Accessed 2024-07-22.

@book{ wphp_24440
  author={Coles,Elisha},
  year={1717},
  title={An English dictionary, explaining the difficult terms that are used in divinity, husbandry, physick, philosophy, law, navigation, mathematicks, and other arts and sciences. Containing many thousand of hard words (and proper names of places) more than are in any other English dictionary or expositor: together with the etymological derivation of them from their proper fountains, whether, Hebrew, Greek, Latin, French, or any other language. In a method more comprehensive than any that is extant. By E. Coles, schoolmaster, and teacher of the tongue to foreigners.},
  publisher={Rebecca Bonwicke \& Timothy Goodwin \& John Walthoe I \& Matthew Wotton \& John Nicholson \& Benjamin Tooke II \& Richard Wilkin \& Samuel Manship \& Richard Smith \& Thomas Ward},
  address={London},    }

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