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Title An Australian Grammar: Comprehending the Principles and Natural Rules of the Language as Spoken by the Aborigines in the Vicinity of Hunter's River, Lake Macquarie and New South Wales
Author(s) Threlkeld, L. E
Section Section IV: Religion & Empire
Date 1834
Document Type Printed Book
Library British Library
Reference 1333.f.15
Region Australasia
Names L. E. Threlkeld
Places Australia, New South Wales, Hunter's River, Lake Macquarie
Topics Aborigines, Aboriginal language, grammar, introductory remarks, pronunciation (pp1-3), orthography (pp4-5), etymology (pp5-9), the parts of speech (pp9-11), the declension of nouns and cases (pp12-19), declension of pronouns (pp19-27), of the verb (pp28-31), of the tenses (pp31-74), of adverbs (pp75-77), of prepositions (pp77-78), vocabulary (pp79-104), illustration, examples (pp105-131)
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