The History of the Celtic Language. Wherein it is shown to be based upon natural principles, and, elementarily considered, contemporaneous with the infancy of the human Family

By: Maclean, L.

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The History of the Celtic Language. Wherein it is shown to be based upon natural principles, and, elementarily considered, contemporaneous with the infancy of the human family: likewise showing its importance in order to the proper understanding of the classics, including the sacred text, the hieroglyphics, the cabala, etc. Fryeburg, ME: 1977. reprinted by Walker’s Pond Press. An exact reprint of the 1840 edition. In wraps. An in depth linguistic study of the origin and evolution of the Irish language. In GOOD+ condition. Some creasing to the wraps. Light soiling, fading and darkening. Inner text clean and solid with previous owner’s bookplate on inside back cover. Nice in GOOD+ condition.

Title: The History of the Celtic Language. Wherein it is shown to be based upon natural principles, and, elementarily considered, contemporaneous with the infancy of the human Family

Author Name: Maclean, L.

Categories: Philosophy, History,

Publisher: Fryeburg, ME, Walker’s Pond Press: 1977

ISBN Number: no

Binding: Original Wraps

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 000744

Keywords: Linguistics Ireland Language