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Walker, William 1672a

[Walker, William], compil.; [Willis, Thomas], compil. Phraseologia Anglo-Latina or, Phrases of the English and Latin tongue: Together with Paræmiologia Anglo-Latina or, A Collection of English and Latin Proverbs. For the Use of Schools. London: Printed for R. Royston, Bookseller to the King's most Excellent Majesty, 1672. [24], 351, [1]; 59, [5] pp. 8⁰. Last leaf blank. Eng. and Lat. in parallel cols.


A divisional title page (sig. A2r) attribute both parts of the work to William Walker, but he was the author only of part 2, the Paroemiologia or collection of proverbs. The first part, the Phraseologia, which was originally published in 1655 with title Proteus vinctus, is by Thomas Willis.


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