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and Dernier mot sur le dictionnaire du

Dr. R. Morrison. Paris, 1830, 8vo.
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monument of literary labor was publish-
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Company. The first vol. of part I is the
best, the others are excelled by modern

works. 47

Vocabulary of the Canton dialect. Macao, 1828, 3 parts, 8vo.

I, English-Chinese; II, Chinese-English;

III, Chinese words and phrases. 48

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Diccionario China-Portuguez. Macao, 1833, 4to. The author has reduced the number of 214

radicals to a system of his own, which is,

however, easily mastered. 51

Vocabularium latino-sinicum. Macao, 1836, 8vo. 52

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Lexicon magnum latino-sinicum. Macao, 1841, 4to. 54 MEDHURST, W. H. (sen.), Dictionary of the Hok

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nese. Macao, 1834, 12mo. 59 DYER, D., Vocabulary of the Hokkien dialect. Sin

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sinense in Kôraïanum conversum, opus sinicum origine in peninsula Kôraï impressum in lapide exaratum a Sinensi Ko....annexa appendice vocabulorum Kôraïanorum, japonicorum et sinensium

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expected. 67

A syllabic dictionary of the Chinese language, arranged according to the Wu-fang Yuan-yin, with the pronunciation of the characters as heard in Peking, Canton, Amoy and Shanghai. Shanghai, 1874, 1252 pp., 4to. See Chin. Recorder, V, p. 226-228; China

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in the Tie-chiu dialect. Bangkok, 1847, 8vo.
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vocabulary.) Peking, 1867, 535 pp., 16mo. (in Russian.)

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76 PAUTHIER, G., Dictionnaire étymologique Chi

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Vol. II contains useful lists and transla

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of the vernacular or spoken language of Amoy
with the principal variations of the Chang-chew
and Chin-chew dialects. London, 1873, lex. 8vo.,
XIX, 612 pp.

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