Old Italian Languages
vols paris aris dictionary published
OLD ITALIAN LANGUAGES. -Fabretti, Torini, 1858, 4t0.
Umbrian: Huschke, Lcipz. 1860, 8vo. Oscan. and Sabellian • ld. Elberfeld, 1856, 8vo.
MEDIh:VAL LATIN. -Dufresne du Cange, Paris, 1733-36, fol. 6 vols. ; Carpentier, Suppl., Paris, 1766, fol. 4 vole. ; ed. Adelung. Hake, 1772-84, Svo, 6 vole.; ed. Henschel, Paris, 1840-50, 4to, vols. (vol. vii. contains a glossary of Old French): Brinekmeier, Gotha, 1850-63, 8vo, 2 mole. Hildebrand (Glossariunt sari. ix.), Gatting. 1854, 4to: Dieteubach, Clossarisem, Frankf. 1837, 'Ito: Id. Gloss. novuni, ib. 1867, 4to. ECCLESIASTICAL-Magri, Messina, 1644, 4to; 8th ed. Venezia, 1732; Latin translation, Magri 'Hero-lexicon, Ronne, 1677, fol.; 6th ed. Bologna, 1765, 4to, 2 vole.
Romance Languages generally.-Diez, Bonn, 1853, 8vo . 2d ed. ib. 1861-62, 8vo, 2 vols; 3d ed. ib. 1869-70, 8vo, 2 vole.; transl. by Dunkin, 1864, Svo.
French.-lianconct, Titre-soy, ed. Nicot, Paris 16O6, fol.; et+.
The French Academy, after five years' consideration, began their dictionary, 7th Febmary 1639, by examining the letter A, which took them nine months to go through. The word Acadernie VMS for some time omitted by oversight. They decided, 8th March 1633, not to cite authorities, and they have since always claimed. the right of -making their own examples. 011ivier justifies them by saying that for eighty years all the best writers belonged to their body, and they could not be expected. to cite each other. Their design was to raise the language to its last perfection, and to open a road to reach the highest eloquence. Antoine Furetiere, one of their members, compiled a dictionary which he says cost him forty years' labour for teu hours a day, and the manuscript filled tifteeri chests. He gave words of all kinds, especially technical, names of persons and places, and phrases. As a specimen, he pub-lished his Essai, Paris, 1684, 4to ; Amst. 1685, 12mo. The Aca-demy charged him with using the materials they had prepared for their dictionary, and expelled him, 221 January 1685, for plagiarism. He died 14th Slay 168S, in the midst of the consequent controversy and law suit. IIis complete work was published, with a preface by Bayle, La Haye and Rotterdam, 1690, fol. 3 vols.; again edited by Basnage de Beauval, 1701 ; La Haye, 1707, fol. 4 vols. From the edition of 1701 the so-called very popular Dietionnaire de Trevoux, Trevoux, 1704, fol. 2 vols., was made 1,■y the Jesuits, who excluded everything that seemed to favour the Calvinism of Basnage. The last of its many editions is Paris, 1771, fol. 8 vols. The Academy's dictionary was first printed Paris, 1694, fol. 2 vols. They began the revision in 1700; second edition. 1713, fol. 2 vols.; 3d, 1740, fol. 2 vols.; 6th, 1835, 2 vols. 4to, reprinted 18.55 ; Supplement, by F. Raymond, 1836, 4to ; Complement, 1842, 4to, reprinted 1856; Dietionnaire l'aris, 1858-65, 4to, 2 parts (A to Actu), 795 pages, published by the Institut Doehez, Paris, 1859, 4to : Bescherelle, ib. 1844, 4to, 2 vols.; 5th ed. Paris, 1857, 4to, 2 vols.; 1865 : Landais, Paris, 1835; 12th ed. ib. 1854, 4to, 2 vols.: Littre, Paris, 1863-73, 4to, 4 vols. 7118 pages; Supplement, Paris, 1877, 4to, to be in about 12 parts (parts i.-v. 200 pages). ENGLISH.- Pal sgrave, Leselaircissement de la langue 1Vancoyse, London,1530, 4to, 2 parts; 1852: Hollyband, London, 1533, 4to: Cotgrave, lb.. 1611, fol.: Boyer, La Haye, 1702, 4to, 2 vols.; 37th ed. Paris, 1851, 8vo, 2 vols.: Fleming and Tibbins, Paris, 1846-49, 4to, 2 vols.; ib. 1854, 4to, 2 vols.; lb. 1870-72, 4to, 2 vols.: Tarver, London, 1853-54, Svo, 2 vols.; 1867-72: f3ellows, Gloucester, 1873, 16mo; lb. 1876. IDEO-LOGICAL, or ANALOGICAL.-RObertS011, Paris, 1859, 8vo ; Boissiere, Paris, 1862, 8vo. ErvmoLouv.-Lebon, l'aris, 1571, 8vo: Menage, lb. 1650, 4to. Poug,ens projected a Tre'sor cles origenes, his extracts for which, filling nearly 100 volumes folio, are in the library of the Institut. He published a specimen, Paris, 1819, 4to. After his death, Archwologie Franealse, l'aris, 1821, 8vo, 2 vols., was com-piled from his :MSS., which were much -used by, Littre: Scheler, Bruxelles, 1862, 8vo; 1873: Brachet, 2(1 ed., Paris, 1370, 12mo; Eng-lish trans. Kitehin, Oxf. 1866, 8vo. GEEEK WORDS.-Trippault, Orleans, 1580, 8vo: Morin, Paiis, 1809, 8vo. GERMAN WORDS. - Atzler, Cothen, 1867, 8vo. ORIENTAL WoRDs.-Pilmn, Paris, 1847, 8vo ; 1866 : Devic, ib. 1876, 8vo. NEOLOGY. -Desfontaines, 31 ed. Amst. 1728, 12mo : Mercier, Paris, 1801, 8vo, 2 vols.: Richard, ib. 1842, 8vo 2(1 ed. 1845. PoErm.-Dict. des Rimes (by La None), Geneve, 1596, 8vo ; Cologny, 1624, 8vo : Carpentier, Lc Gradus Francais, l'aris, 1825, 8vo, 2 vols. ERoric.-De Landes, Brux-elles, 1861, 12mo. ORATORY.-Demandreaml Fontenai, Paris, 1802, 8vo: Planehe, ib. 1819-20, 8vo, 3 vols. PttoNuicciArtoN.-Feline, ib. 1857, 8vo. DOUBLE FORMS.-Braellet, ib. 1871, 8vo. ErnmErs. -Daire, ib. 1817, 8vo. VERBS. - Beseherelle, lb. D355, SVO, VO1S. ; 31 ed. 1858. PARTICIPLES.-Id., ib. 1861, 12ino. DIF-FICULT IES.-Boiste, London, 1828, 12mo : Laveaux, I'aris, 1872, 8vo, 843 pages. SYNONYMS. -13oinvilliers, Paris, 1826, Svo: LafiLye, ib. 1858, 8vo; 1861 ; 1869 : Guizot, ib. 1809, 8vo ; Oth ed. 1863 ; 1873. lImmoxvms.-ZIatagorski (Germ. Russian, Eng.), Leipzig, 1862, 8vo, 664 pages. IMITATIVE Wonns.-Nother, Ouomatopees, ib. 1828, 8vo. TECHNOLOGY.-D'Halltel, ib. 1808, 8vo, 2 vols.: Desg,range.s, ib. 1821, 8vo: Tolhansen (Fr.' Eng. Germ.), Leipzig, 1873, 8vo, 3 vols. FAuurs OF EXPRESSION.- Roland, Gap, 1823, 8vo: Blondin, l'aris, 1823, 8vo. PAitrIcuLan. Aurnous.-Corneille : Godefroy, lb. 1862, 8vo, 2 vols.; Marty-Laveaux, ib. 1868, 8vo, 2 vols. La Fontaine : Lorin, ib. 1852, 8vo. Malkerbe: Regnier, ib. 1869, Svo. Moliere: Genin, ib. 1846, 8vo: Marty-Laveaux, ib. Svo. Racine : Marty-Laveaux, ib. 1873, 8vo, 2 vols. ill", de Sevigne : Sommer, ib. 1867, 8vo, 2 vols. OLD FEENCII.-La Curne de St Palaye prepared a dictionary-, of which lie only published Projet d'un Glossaire, Paris, 1756, 4to. His MSS. in many volmnes are in the National Library, and were much used by Littre. They are now being printed by L. FaVre, and fascimili 21-30 (tom. Niort, 4to, 484 pagas, were published in February 1877. Lacombe (vieux langage), Paris, 1766, 2 vols. 4to: Reitman (Norman and old French), London, 1779, 8vo: Roquefort (langue romane), Paris, 1805, 8vo ; Supplement, 1820, Svo. Pougens, Arcluvologie, lb. 181, 8vo, 2 vols. : Burguy, Berlin,