A briefe and a playne introduction, teachyng how to pronounce the letters of the British tong, (now co[m]menly called Walsh) wherby an English man shal not only w[ith] ease read the said tong rightly: but markyng ye same wel, it shal be a meane for him with one labour and diligence to attaine to the true and natural pronuncation of other expediente and most excellente langauges Set forth by W. Salesburye.

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Published by By [R. Grafton for] Roberte Crowley, dwellyng in Elye rentes in Holburne in Imprinted at London .

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  • Welsh language -- Pronunciation -- Early works to 1800.

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GenreEarly works to 1800.
SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 1033:19.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[40] p.
Number of Pages40
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Open LibraryOL18593473M

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A briefe and a playne introduction, teachyng how to pronounce the letters of the British tong, (now co[m]menly called Walsh): wherby an English man shal not only w[ith] ease read the said tong rightly: but markyng ye same wel, it shal be a meane for him with one labour and diligence to attaine to the true and natural pronuncation of other expediente and most excellente langauges Set forth by.

Brinley Jones suggests that the dictionary has the appearance of a work-book, devised in the first place for Salesbury's own use. In his A briefe and a playne introduction, teachyng how to pronounce the letters in the British tong (now commonly called Walsh) was printed by Robert Crowley.

A playne and a familiar introductio[n], teaching how to pronounce the letters in the Brytishe tongue, now commonly called Welshe: wherby an Englysh man shall not onely wyth ease reade the sayde tonge rightly: but marking the same wel, it shal be a meane for hym wyth one labour to attayne to the true pronounciation of other expedient and most excellene languages.

InSalesbury produced an English-Welsh dictionary called A dictionary in Englyshe and Welshe, and in his A briefe and a playne introduction, teachyng how to pronounce the letters in the British tong (now commenly called Walsh) was printed by Robert Crowley.

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