3 edition of John Bailey"s glossary of provincial terms found in the catalog.
John Bailey"s glossary of provincial terms
"General view ..." originally published, London, Board of Agriculture, 1810.
|Statement||edited by Margot Johnson.|
|Series||North country collections|
|Contributions||Johnson, Margot, 1921-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||12|
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This abbreviated glossary covers only the most commonly encountered terms. There may be exceptions to some of our definitions - our main concern is to provide you with general concepts relative to commonly used book jargon. Abbreviations appear alphabetized at the beginning of each respective letter; only the most common abbreviations are included.
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Addeddate A guide to unfamiliar judicial and historical terms. See also the explanations on separate web pages of individual: Thief-takers hired by Henry and John Fielding from about and based at the a series of anti-Roman Catholic and Irish riots which raged through London and spread to some provincial cities.
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London: Printed for Edward Jeffery, No. 11, Pall Mall, Full gilt-trimmed tan calf. Binder’s tag from Lubbock in New Castle. Book plate of John Stafford Reid Byers (), who was in the Ministry of Economic Warfare in and New Castle solicitor, Armorer Donkin ( – ), who signed his book plate.
Utilizing one in your John Baileys glossary of provincial terms book is a great way to define, list, and expand upon unfamiliar, made up, or intricate terms used in the book. The glossary is found in the back matter of the book.
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ISBN The International Standard Book Number (ISBN) is a digit or digit code assigned to books published after Indicates that this is not the first appearance of a book in print, but that this is the first appearance in a substantially different format than the true first edition.
For example, a first illustrated edition of a book, or even a first paperback release of a book originally published in hard cover. See 1st edition, thus. Terms starting with A. Page 46 - Is 6d The aim of the translator has been to give the meaning and idiom of the Greek as far as possible in English words.
The book is printed in paragraphs (the verses of the authorised version are numbered in the margins) the speeches by inverted commas, and the quotations from the " Old Testament " in italics, those passages which seem to be poetry in a smaller type. Glossary of book terms. 2o, 4to, 8vo, 12mo, 16mo.
Abbreviations for, respectively, folio, quarto, octavo, duodecimo, sextodecimo. These are the standard book formats, and are closely linked to the size of the book. They actually refer to the number of book leaves formed from one original sheet of printing paper, and this depends on how the.
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Although these "cut-outs" don't damage the CD or liner notes, they are visible. : A Dictionary & Glossary for the Irish Literary Revival (Colin Smythe Publication) (): Wall, Richard: BooksCited by: 4. A glossary is an alphabetized list of specialized terms with their definitions. In a report, proposal, or book, the glossary is generally located after the conclusion.
A glossary is also known as a "clavis," which is from the Latin word for "key." "A good glossary," says William Horton, in "e-Learning by Design," "can define terms, spell out Author: Richard Nordquist.
The first half of the glossary contains terms A-Z and is followed by two book anatomy illustrations, descriptions of the various book sizes, a guide to condition ratings, and the most common abbreviations used in the world of books. There are photo examples of the terms (indicated with a camera) but please keep in mind that book characteristics.
Old English Glossary Spiral-bound – January 1, by Jon P. Dayley (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Spiral-bound, January 1, "Please retry" — Author: Jon P. Dayley. Glossary of Terms When we search for our ancestors, we often come across terms that are rarely used anymore and some that were never particularly common.
We may find Latin terms in church books, medical terminology in death records (he died of what?), abbreviations on tombstones, and legalese in court records. bailey meaning: the open area inside the outer wall of a castle. Learn more. Terms or rules a person must follow if they are released into the community by a court or at any stage of the criminal process.
Conditional Discharge When a person is found guilty or pleads guilty, but the judge decides that, on successful completion of specified conditions, the person will not have a criminal record.
Some of the major astronomical texts to appear in illuminated copies include: Cicero's Aratea, written in the first century B.C., a Latin translation of a third-century B.C. Greek verse text by Aratus, in turn based on a prose treatise, the Phoenomena, written by Eudoxus of Cnidos a century earlier; Ptolemy's Almagest (c.
A.D.); and later. Below you'll find a list of terms and their definitions to general book terms. Author or Illustrator Biography: Personal information and accomplishments of the author or illustrator.
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An English occupational surname for a steward or official. An English topographic surname from someone who lived by a bailey (the outer wall of a castle). An Irish occupational surname, an anglicization of Báille (“bailie”).
A male given name transferred from the surname. (chiefly US) A female given name transferred from the surname.
An.belfry a bell tower. beseech to ask (someone) earnestly; entreat; implore. bluebells any of various plants with blue, bell-shaped flowers, such as the harebell, Virginia bluebell, etc. blue-bottle a bright, metallic-blue blowfly.
bourgeoisie the social class between the aristocracy or very wealthy and the working class, or proletariat; middle class.