Dickdook leshon gnebreet. A grammar of the Hebrew tongue : being an essay to bring the Hebrew grammar into English, to facilitate the instruction of all those who are desireous of acquiring a clear idea of this primitive tongue by their own studies : in order to their more distinct acquaintance with the sacred oracles of the Old Testament, according to the original : And published more especially for the use of the students of Harvard-College at Cambridge, in New-England. : [Two lines of Hebrew text] / Composed and accurately corrected, by Judah Monis, M.A.

Monis, Judah, 1683-1764.
Other Title:
Grammar of the Hebrew tongue
Boston, N.E. : Printed by Jonas Green, and are to be sold by the author at his house in Cambridge., MDCCXXXV. [1735]
[4], 94, [2] p. ; 24 cm. (4to)
s.nt f.a, z,ds buan (3) 1735(R)
Hebrew language -- Grammar.
Place of Publication:
United States Massachusetts Boston.
The first Hebrew grammar printed in America.
Three words in Hebrew at head of title.
Title page enclosed in ruled borders; marginal notes, catch words, running title, indexes (i.e. pointing fingers), mortised initials, type ornaments and ornamental bands throughout.
Dedicated to Jonathan Belcher and Benjamin Wadsworth.
"Errata."--verso of title page.
Local notes:
Kaplan Collection copies presented to the Penn Libraries in 2012 by Arnold and Deanne Kaplan.
Kaplan copy title page written on, the word "instruction" changed to "destruction."
Penn Provenance:
Kaplan, Arnold (donor) (Kaplan Collection copy)
Kaplan, Deanne (donor) (Kaplan Collection copy)
Ruffel, Shattuck (autograph) (Kaplan Collection copy)
Penn Chronology:
Cited in:
Evans 3931
Sabin 49979
ESTC W4735
Belcher, Jonathan, 1682-1757, dedicatee.
Wadsworth, Benjamin, 1670-1737, dedicatee.
Harvard College (1636-1780)
Arnold and Deanne Kaplan Collection of Early American Judaica (University of Pennsylvania)
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