Anglo-Saxon language -- Dictionaries -- English
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Manuscripts of Joseph Bosworth including: Copies and translations of Anglo-Saxon charters compiled by Benjamin Thorpe (1782-1870), 1866-1870 Letters relating to Benjamin Thorpe's manuscripts, 1871-1872 Collations and transcripts of manuscripts of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle by Benjamin Thorpe, 1860-1865 Drafts of the Anglo-Saxon and modern English dictionary…
Extents: 17 shelfmarks
'Collectio vocum Saxonicarum ...'
Shelfmark: MS. Add. C. 250
Extents: 77 Leaves
Dates: Written in the first half of the 17th century
The Papers of Samuel Weller Singer relating to the Compilation of a Dictionary of Old and Middle English
The papers of Samuel Weller Singer mainly relating to the compilation of a dictionary of Old and Middle English, which, according to the Dictionary of National Biography, was abandoned because of Joseph Bosworth's rival Anglo-Saxon Dictionary (1838). Some of the slip indexes for the dictionary are written on the reverse of torn scraps of Singer's official correspondence of the 1830s as Hon. Secretary of the Travellers' Club.
Extents: 2 shelfmarks
Dates: 19th cent.
Joseph Bosworth, A dictionary of the Anglo-Saxon Language (London, etc., 1838), letters F-Y, cut up and pasted into eleven volumes, with notes and additions in Bosworth's hand, and in two other hands, one probably that of T.N. Toller, whose Anglo-Saxon dictionary based on the manuscript collections of the late Joseph Bosworth, was published at Oxford, 1882.
Extents: 11 shelfmarks