ROBERT CAWDREY'S A TABLE ALPHABETICAL (1604)

from

the facsimile edition of Robert A. Peters published in Gainesville, Florida, by Scholars' Facsimiles, 1966.

Electronic Text Edited by Raymond Siemens, Department of English, University of British Columbia, (c) 1994

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INDEX



  1. Epistle
  2. To the Reader
  3. A
  4. B
  5. C
  6. D
  7. E
  8. F
  9. G
  10. H
  11. I
  12. No words beginning with J: see I
  13. No words beginning with K
  14. L
  15. M
  16. N
  17. O
  18. P
  19. Q
  20. R
  21. S
  22. T
  23. No words beginning with U: see V
  24. V
  25. No words beginning with W
  26. No words beginning with X
  27. No words beginning with Y
  28. Z



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<f it> A <f r>
<l.b> Table Alphabeticall, con-
<l.b> teyning and teaching the true
<l.b> writing, and vnderstanding of hard
<l.b> vsuall English wordes, borrowed from
<l.b> the Hebrew, Greeke, Latine,
<l.b> or French. &c.
<l.b>
<l.b> With the interpretation thereof by
<l.b><f it> plaine English words, gathered for the benefit &
<l.b> helpe of Ladies, Gentlewomen, or any other
<l.b> vnskilfull persons. <f r>
<l.b>
<l.b> Whereby they may the more easilie
<l.b> and better vnderstand many hard English
<l.b> wordes, which they shall heare or read in
<l.b> Scriptures, Sermons, or elswhere, and also
<l.b> be made able to vse the same aptly
<l.b> themselues.
<l.b>
<l.b><l l><f it> Legere, et non intelligere, neglegere est. <f r><l e>
<l.b> As good not read, as not to vnderstand.
<l.b>
<l.b> <f it> AT LONDON, <f r>
<l.b> Printed by I. R. for Edmund Wea-
<l.b> uer, & are to be sold at his shop at the great
<l.b> North doore of Paules Church.
<l.b> 1604.

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