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Ars signorum, vulgo character universalis et lingua philosophica : Qa [sic] poterunt, homines diversissimorum idiomatum, spatio duarum septimanarum, omnia animi sua sensa (in rebus familiaribus) non minus intelligibiliter, sive scribendo, sive loquendo, mutuo communicare, qam [sic] linguis propriis vernaculis. Praeterea, hinc etiam poterunt juvenes, philosophiae principia, & veram logicae praxin, citius & facilius multo imbibere, qam [sic] ex vulgaribus philosophorum scriptis / authore Geo. Dalgarno, -- hoc ultra.

Ars signorum, vulgo character universalis et lingua philosophica : Qa [sic] poterunt, homines diversissimorum idiomatum, spatio duarum septimanarum, omnia animi sua sensa (in rebus familiaribus) non minus intelligibiliter, sive scribendo, sive loquendo, mutuo communicare, qam [sic] linguis propriis vernaculis. Praeterea, hinc etiam poterunt juvenes, philosophiae principia, & veram logicae praxin, citius & facilius multo imbibere, qam [sic] ex vulgaribus philosophorum scriptis / authore Geo. Dalgarno, -- hoc ultra.

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Creator: Dalgarno, George, 1626?-1687 Hayes, John, 1633 or 4-1705, printer
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Date: 1661.
Publisher: Excudebat J. Hayes, sumptibus authoris, anno reparatae salutis,
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BEIN 2009 1694: Armorial bookplate and blindstamps of the Earls of Macclesfield (North Library, with ms. shelfmark: 112.A.25).
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[16], 127, [1] p., [1] folded leaf of plates : 1 table ; 16 cm (8vo)
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