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Men eminent in literary and philological circles in Paris have often accepted invitations to these festivities.
FRDRIC MISTRALCHARLES ALFRED DOWNER
Mr. Gallatin has proposed the term “Algonkin-Lenape,” as a philological denomination for this important family.
THE INDIAN IN HIS WIGWAMHENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT
M. Bergaigne thinks it impossible at present to determine the relative age of the hymns by any philological test.
Still fewer are those who have subjected Judeo-German to a thorough philological investigation.
The answer to this will give us the philological position of the North-Indian tongues.
Thus there is no such accumulation of philological capacity as there was, let us say, in Beethoven's family of musical capacity.
Otto Jahn (1813-69), who is probably best remembered in philological circles by his edition of Juvenal.
Unlike the work of other Karaites, Joseph al-Bazir's writings were philosophical, and had no philological value.
He early qualified himself as a translator by careful attention to philological niceties.
Few that have once read will forget the Doctor's philological contributions towards an amended system of English orthography.

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