APA Citation

Boyer, A. (1797). Boyer's Royal dictionary abridged: In two parts, I. French and English. II. English and French. Containing the greatest number of words of any French and English dictionary yet extant. To which are added, the accents of the English words to facilitate their pronunciation to foreigners. The nineteenth edition, carefully corrected and improved, with the addition of I. Many hundred words not in any former edition. II. The irregularities of all the French and English verbs. III. The genders of the French nouns in the English part. IV. A table exhibiting at one view the formation of all the tenses of the French regular verbs. London: Printed for Messrs. Longman, Law, Dilly, Johnson, Elmsley, Ginger, Robinson, Cadell, Richardson, Baldwin, Sewel, Lowndes, Scatcherd, Egerton, Bent, Wilkie, Wynne, Walker, Lackington and Co. Nun, Lee and Hurst, Murray and Highley, and Pote.

Chicago Style Citation

Boyer, Abel. Boyer's Royal Dictionary Abridged: In Two Parts, I. French and English. II. English and French. Containing the Greatest Number of Words of Any French and English Dictionary yet Extant. To Which Are Added, the Accents of the English Words to Facilitate Their Pronunciation to Foreigners. The Nineteenth Edition, Carefully Corrected and Improved, With the Addition of I. Many Hundred Words Not in Any Former Edition. II. The Irregularities of All the French and English Verbs. III. The Genders of the French Nouns in the English Part. IV. A Table Exhibiting At One View the Formation of All the Tenses of the French Regular Verbs. London: Printed for Messrs. Longman, Law, Dilly, Johnson, Elmsley, Ginger, Robinson, Cadell, Richardson, Baldwin, Sewel, Lowndes, Scatcherd, Egerton, Bent, Wilkie, Wynne, Walker, Lackington and Co. Nun, Lee and Hurst, Murray and Highley, and Pote, 1797.

MLA Citation

Boyer, Abel. Boyer's Royal Dictionary Abridged: In Two Parts, I. French and English. II. English and French. Containing the Greatest Number of Words of Any French and English Dictionary yet Extant. To Which Are Added, the Accents of the English Words to Facilitate Their Pronunciation to Foreigners. The Nineteenth Edition, Carefully Corrected and Improved, With the Addition of I. Many Hundred Words Not in Any Former Edition. II. The Irregularities of All the French and English Verbs. III. The Genders of the French Nouns in the English Part. IV. A Table Exhibiting At One View the Formation of All the Tenses of the French Regular Verbs. London: Printed for Messrs. Longman, Law, Dilly, Johnson, Elmsley, Ginger, Robinson, Cadell, Richardson, Baldwin, Sewel, Lowndes, Scatcherd, Egerton, Bent, Wilkie, Wynne, Walker, Lackington and Co. Nun, Lee and Hurst, Murray and Highley, and Pote, 1797.

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