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A dictionary, Spanish and English, and English and Spanish, containing the signification of words and their different uses together with the terms of arts, sciences, and trades

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u/**3-_ADICTIONARY,ANDSPANISH ENGLISH,ANDENGLISH AND .SPANISH:CONTAINING,THE SIGNIFICATION OF WORDS,ANDTHEIR DIFFERENT USES;WITHTOGETHEROFTHE TERMS AND TRADESARTS, SCIENCES, 5AND THEACCENTED AND SPELLED ACCORDING TO THE REGULATIONANISH WORDSSPANISH ACADEMY OF MADRID. I K VOF THE ROYAL'\^ /A NEW IEDITION, \V* ^1 VDAND ^9GREATLYCORRECTED, ENLARGED,'BY JOSEPH BARETTI,TO THEFOR FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE ROYAL ACADEMY OF:RETARYAND ARCHITECTURE.PAINTING, SCULPTURE,ANDPART I. SPANISH ENGLISH.LONDON:NTED FOR F. WlNGRAVE J. JOHNSON W. J. & J.} RlCHARDSON R. FAULOEH} ; J.WALKER; JV. OTRIDOE & SON G. WIIKIE& J. ROBINSON J.; SCATCHERD& C. J. LEITERMAN CUTHEI.I; ;.ND & SHARPSMARTIN; VERNOR, HOOD, ; LONGMAN, & J.HURST, REES, ORME; NUNN;F. CADELL & W. & Co.DAVIES; LACINGTON, AMEJJ, ; B.CROSBY, &Co,; J.MURRAY.NO J. ASPERNE.1807.H. Blackfriars.Brywr, Printer, Bridge-Street,ADVERTISEMENTJL HE latest theDictionaries of are asbest;any language generallythe last editor mustbe he not retain whatevershouldvery injudicious,to be Ifhe be di-valuable in former works of the like nature.appearsand he been omittedcannot fail to insert what hasskilful,ligent bymistakes of the or inand to correctpreceding ; press,lexicographersthe and of willaccents. A moderateorthography degree judgmentenable him and to be carefulto what is theto ;reject foreign subjectin or a dic-what is offor a treatiseexpunging geography,only properof arts and sciences.tionarySeveral ...
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u / * * 3- _ A DICTIONARY, ANDSPANISH ENGLISH, AND ENGLISH AND .SPANISH: CONTAINING, THE SIGNIFICATION OF WORDS, AND THEIR DIFFERENT USES; WITHTOGETHER OFTHE TERMS AND TRADESARTS, SCIENCES, 5 AND THE ACCENTED AND SPELLED ACCORDING TO THE REGULATIONANISH WORDS SPANISH ACADEMY OF MADRID. I K VOF THE ROYAL ' \^ /A NEW IEDITION, \ V* ^1 VDAND ^9GREATLYCORRECTED, ENLARGED, 'BY JOSEPH BARETTI, TO THEFOR FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE ROYAL ACADEMY OF:RETARY AND ARCHITECTURE.PAINTING, SCULPTURE, ANDPART I. SPANISH ENGLISH. LONDON: NTED FOR F. WlNGRAVE J. JOHNSON W. J. & J.} RlCHARDSON R. FAULOEH} ; J.WALKER; J V. OTRIDOE & SON G. WIIKIE& J. ROBINSON J.; SCATCHERD& C. J. LEITERMAN CUTHEI.I; ; .ND & SHARPSMARTIN; VERNOR, HOOD, ; LONGMAN, & J.HURST, REES, ORME; NUNN; F. CADELL & W. & Co.DAVIES; LACINGTON, AMEJJ, ; B.CROSBY, &Co,; J.MURRAY. NO J. ASPERNE. 1807. H. Blackfriars.Brywr, Printer, Bridge-Street, ADVERTISEMENT JL HE latest theDictionaries of are asbest;any language generally the last editor mustbe he not retain whatevershouldvery injudicious, to be Ifhe be di-valuable in former works of the like nature.appears and he been omittedcannot fail to insert what hasskilful,ligent by mistakes of the or inand to correctpreceding ; press,lexicographers the and of willaccents. A moderateorthography degree judgment enable him and to be carefulto what is theto ;reject foreign subject in or a dic-what is offor a treatiseexpunging geography,only proper of arts and sciences.tionary Several in have in thisandDictionaries, appearedEnglish Spanish, The firstwas resi-Stevens, who,country. havingcompiled by Capt. ded some andin undertook to anyears English SpanishSpain, publish worth attention.as we then had of this kind HisDictionary, nothing is far and he availed himselffromcompilation being contemptible; with much and thatof the Dictionaries of Nebrixa Aldrete,industry were then the Hisbestwhich had been in work wasSpain.published several times in the course of the lastprinted century. After Pineda to as the aCaptain Stevens, make, is,pretended phrase and but the of hisperfect Spanish English perfectionDictionary; work consisted in more than in the ofnothing mutilating Dictionary Stevens in and a few additions inmany places, ;making very though, the to his Pineda tookbook, liberties with thepreface great Spanish who had in six folio aAcademicians, Dictio-compiled, large volumes, of their under the and at thenary oflanguage, auspices, expence, their the Fifth and was; in thatking Philip tohardy enough, preface, with thoseAcademiciansdispute the of theirupon subject orthography, which had ain manner.they regulated proper To Pineda succeeded who likewise undertookDelpino, to acompile better andSpanish than had hithertoEnglish ItDictionary appeared. must be with all his heconfessed, that, took the trouble offaults, ad- the ofthejusting after theorthography Spanish manner of thepart, Academicians in hisSpanish ; and, he blamedPineda forpreface, justly not to theirconforming orthography. IV ADVERTISEMENT. edition and a new one thesold, wanted,Delpino's being present and it. This he hashas correctedcompiler enlarged performed the with to theof Johnson'schieflyby Dictionary regard Englishhelp with to theand of the Academicianspart, regard Spanish.Spanish He can with truth that he has added little less than ten thou-declare, andmade erasures. As to thesand words, orthogra-many necessary has to Johnson and the without thelie adhered Academicians,phy, that is a oneleast deviation. He does not this workpretend, perfect he it is still fromof the kind on the that far; contrary, candidly owns, Mean the who intends to learnwhile, Englishman Spa-perfection. and the who studies will not often find them-nish, Spaniard English, at a loss for the of a word.selves meaning "To conclude in Johnson's as it is notOfsuch a workwords, this, " to more and it is found thatit will not besay ;necessary presumed, " thetruth editor to less."required say /. BARETTl. A NEW