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|Title:||Section XII, 5 - Language [early notes].|
|Abstract:||Language – asserts that consensus is that there is one Australian language with many diverse dialects stemming from Dravidian roots, with discussion of grammar, including numerals, naming, verbs, pronouns and comparisons made by Strzelecki, Eyre, Young, Flinders, Threlkeld, Grey etc. Mr Symmons vocabulary and grammar: Perth dialect 1842|
|Appears in Collections:||Series 12, Section XII: Language: Grammar and Vocabularies|
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