Anecdotes of the English Language: chiefly regarding the local dialect of London and its environs; whence it will appear that the natives of the metropolis, and its vicinities, have not corrupted the language of their ancestors. 2nd edn, enlarged and corrected ... J. Nichols, Son, & Bentley. 1814
Occasional light foxing. Orig. drab boards, green cloth spine, paper label; some sl. wear to fore-edges, corners a little bumped. A nice copy in the original boards.
¶First published in 1803, this edition includes a postscript by John Nichols and a supplement to the provincial glossary of Francis Grose.