F. Gyles; T. Woodward; T. Cox; J. Clarke, A. Millar, and P. Vaillant, 1740. Hardcover. Very good / No jacket. Item #83114
Both parts in one volume. In Spanish and English. Rebound in full leather with reinforced hinges. Some minor marks on the first few pages.
The remaining sub-title explains pretty much everything else in the book: The Arabick and Moorish words now commonly received in the Spanish tongue, and an explanation of the difficult words, proverbs and phrases, in Don Quixote, and others the most celebrated writers in that language. Correcting the errors, and supplying the defects in other dictionaries, by the addition of above six thousand Spanish, and twelve thousand English words, more than in any works of this kind hitherto extant. Very useful and necessary for the easy reading and understanding Spanish and English Languages.