Original glossaries. 23. Isle of Wight words
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GLOSSARIES:OEIGINALISLE OF WIGHT WOEDS. OXFOEDSHIEE WOEDS.NOETH LINCOLNSHIEE WOEDS.CUMBEELAND WOEDS.EADNOESHIEE WOEDS.SERIES C.ORIGINAL GLOSSARIES.XXIII. ISLE OF WIGHT WORDS;BY THE LATE MAJOR HENRY ANDSMITH, R.M.,C. ROACH SMITH.XXIV. OXFORDSHIRE WORDS (SUPPLEMENTARY);BY MRS. PARKER.XXV. CUMBERLANDWORDS (SECOND SUPPLEMENT) ;BY W. DICKINSON.XXVI. NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE WORDS;BY E. SUTTON.XXVII. RADNORSHIRE WORDS;BY THE REV. W. E. T. MORGAN.LONDON:FOR THE ENGLISH DIALECTPUBLISHED SOCIETY,BY TRUBNER & 57 & LUDGATE HILL.59,CO.,MDCCCLXXXI.CLAY AND THE CHAUCERTAYLOR, PRESS.INTRODUCTION.BY THE PEOEESSOEEEV. SKEAT,in the volume have been thrown to-THE five Glossaries presentthe accident that werein rather a fortuitous manner, by theygetherENGLISH DIALECT SOCIETY at the same time.offered to the nearlyintention was to the MS. which is referred to inThe publishoriginalHalliwell's in the terms :Dictionary p. following(Preface, xx)" of Isle of hasNo Wight provincialismsprinted glossary yetbut a one invaluablevery MS., compiled by Captainappeared;was most at hisSmith, kindly placed by relative,Henry my disposalEoach E.S.A. It has been used in theCharles Smith, Esq., fullyfollowing pages."This MS. collection Mr. Eoach Smith has now offered to theand has added to this the favour of it withhimself,Society, editingand additions as seemed to him to be mostall such correctionsadvisable.Mrs. who contributed an OxfordshireParker, formerly Glossary ...

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GLOSSARIES:OEIGINAL ISLE OF WIGHT WOEDS. OXFOEDSHIEE WOEDS. NOETH LINCOLNSHIEE WOEDS.CUMBEELAND WOEDS. EADNOESHIEE WOEDS. SERIES C. ORIGINAL GLOSSARIES. XXIII. ISLE OF WIGHT WORDS; BY THE LATE MAJOR HENRY ANDSMITH, R.M., C. ROACH SMITH. XXIV. OXFORDSHIRE WORDS (SUPPLEMENTARY); BY MRS. PARKER. XXV. CUMBERLANDWORDS (SECOND SUPPLEMENT) ; BY W. DICKINSON. XXVI. NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE WORDS; BY E. SUTTON. XXVII. RADNORSHIRE WORDS; BY THE REV. W. E. T. MORGAN. LONDON: FOR THE ENGLISH DIALECTPUBLISHED SOCIETY, BY TRUBNER & 57 & LUDGATE HILL.59,CO., MDCCCLXXXI. CLAY AND THE CHAUCERTAYLOR, PRESS. INTRODUCTION. BY THE PEOEESSOEEEV. SKEAT, in the volume have been thrown to-THE five Glossaries present the accident that werein rather a fortuitous manner, by theygether ENGLISH DIALECT SOCIETY at the same time.offered to the nearly intention was to the MS. which is referred to inThe publishoriginal Halliwell's in the terms :Dictionary p. following(Preface, xx) " of Isle of hasNo Wight provincialismsprinted glossary yet but a one invaluablevery MS., compiled by Captainappeared; was most at hisSmith, kindly placed by relative,Henry my disposal Eoach E.S.A. It has been used in theCharles Smith, Esq., fully following pages." This MS. collection Mr. Eoach Smith has now offered to the and has added to this the favour of it withhimself,Society, editing and additions as seemed to him to be mostall such corrections advisable. Mrs. who contributed an OxfordshireParker, formerly Glossary, ""marked C. 5 in our has now added to the same acollection, than thesupplement considerably larger original Glossary. Mr. Dickinson has sent a second of Cumber-kindly supplement land to his valuable collection. Mr. Sutton con-Words, complete tributes some North Lincolnshire and the Eev. W. E. T.words, a small collection of words heard in Eadnorshire.Morgan I have over the in rather a andglanced proof-sheets, hasty way, have offered a few After the Isle of Glos-slight suggestions. Wight was it occurred to me that it would be ansary already completed, * INTRODUCTION.vi undertookParkerwhich Mr.to add an kindlyexcellent Index,thing " were addedC. &c.the numbsrs 24,"For thisto make. purpose, thefacilitate reference. Unfortunately,of each toat the page,top " Isle ofto thenot then be added Wight23" couldnumber C. a com-Wheneveromission I have tofor which apologise.Glossary, numbers will beis theseof all our GlossariesIndex made, prehensive Index will takeof theI the kindlyuseful and hope compiler;highly numbered toshould beGlossaries accordingthat thenotice Original the Scheme.following C.Mid-Yorkshire 9,C. 14) ;as 8, (no.C. marked;1_7, already C.Holderness 11,C. ;and 10, (no. 16)15) ;Corringham (no.Mauley First 24) ;C. Cumberland, Supplement (no.Cumberland 12,20) ;(no. ortakenthe two together,Cornwall beingC. 27), glossaries13, (no. Antrim and DownC.13 and 13e 14,as (i.e. East);distinguished C. Leicester-Words 22,Old ;C. 1521, (no. 30)Farming(no. 28) ; hereC. 23 asshire 27, printed.;(no. 31) con-are due to theDialectThe thanks of the SocietyEnglish to the volume.tributors present WALTER W. SKEAT.