The Mushri-English Pronouncing Dictionary

'A chapter in 19th-century public school lexicography', the 19th century spoof dictionary celebrating the schoolmaster Edmund Morshead; the text of the seventh edition (1901) with introduction and notes by Christopher Stray; published by him (Swansea), Rowan Gibbs (Wellington) and Ian Jackson (Berkeley).

Publisher: Berkeley, Swansea, Wellington. First English edition thus
Place Published: Swansea, Wellington and Berkeley
Fine in dustwrapper.


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