The English expositor improved.
|Secondary Title||Being a complete dictionary; containing an interpretation of the most difficult words in the English tongue. First set forth by J.B. doctor of physic. And now carefully revised, corrected, and abundantly augmented; with a new and very large addition of very useful and significant words, not in any former dictionary. By R. Browne, author of the English school reformed. There is also an index of common words (alphabetically set) to direct the reader to others more learned, and of the same signification with them. Also a short nomenclator of the most celebrated persons among the antients; with variety of memorable things: collected out of the best of history, poetry, philosophy, and geography.|
|Author||J. B. (John Bullokar)|
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