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[Beveridge, William] De Linguarum Orientalium praesertim Hebraicae, Chaldaicae, Syriacae, Arabicae, & Samaritanae praestantia necessitate, & utilitate quam & theologis praestant & philosophus. Per G.B. [bound with] [Syric title] Id est, grammatica linguæ domini nostri Jesu Christi, sive grammatica Syriaca tribus libris tradita, Quorum primus vocum singularum proprietatem, secundus syntaxin, tertius figuras grammaticas & praxin continet. Omnibus adeo breviter & dilucide explicatis ut menstruo spatio (uti præfatione ad lectorem docetur) ipsa linguæ medulla exugatur. Opera & studio Gulielmi Beveridgii e Col. S. Johan. Cantabr. philolottou. In usum Bibliorum [polyglottuton] Waltoniensiu. London Thomas Roycroft 1658
First edition Two volumes bound in one, pp.[viii], 26; [viii], 144. Syriac characters in text. A very good copy bound in modern half calf, marbled boards. Occasional light damp staining to margin.

William Beveridge, 1637-1708, published these two works while still a scholar at Cambridge. He went on the become Bishop of St. Asaph in 1704.