Language Policy Great Britain : Reasons for deferring or amending the bill, that all proceedings in courts of justice shall be in the English language [electronic resource].
Language Policy Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : The Lords protest on the second rejecting of the pension-bill [electronic resource] : to which is added, I. a copy of the said bill, with the reasons given against rejecting it last sessions, II. copy of the bill that all proceedings in courts of justice shall be in the English language, III. copy of the bill for naturalizing foreign Protestants, being the children of natural born subjects, IV. the state of the national debt ...; Great Britain.
Language Purism France : L'amour du français : contre les puristes et autres censeurs de la langue.; Rey, Alain.
Language Question In The Church : Jacobi Usserii, Armachani Archiepiscopi, Historia dogmatica : controversiæ inter orthodoxos & pontificios de Scripturis et sacris vernaculis : accesserunt ejusdem dissertationes II, De pseudo-Dionysu scriptis, & De epistolâ ad Laodicenos, antehac ineditæ / descripsit digessit, & notis atque auctario locupletavit Henricus Wharton ...; Ussher, James,
Language Question In The Church England : Scripture authentick, and faith certain : a discourse, which may serve for an answer to divers late aspersions on the integrity of originals, and validity of our modern translations / by Edward Lord Bishop of Cork and Rosse.; Wettenhall, Edward,
Language Question In The Church Great Britain : Scripture authentick and faith certain : a discourse which may serve for an answer to divers late aspersions on the integrity of originals and validity of our modern translations / by Edward Lord Bishop of Cork and Rosse.; Wettenhall, Edward,
Language Universal Alphabet Early Works To 1800 : The universal character, : by which all the nations in the world may understand one anothers conceptions, reading out of one common writing their own mother tongues. An invention of general use, the practice whereof may be attained in two hours space, observing the grammatical directions. Which character is so contrived, that it may be spoken as well as written. / By Cave Beck, M.A.; Beck, Cave,
Languages Artificial Early Works To 1800 : Logopandecteision, or, An introdvction to the vniversal langvage : digested into these six several books, Neaudethaumata, Chrestasbeia, Cleronomaporia, Chryseomystes, Nelcadicastes, & Philoponauxesis / by Sir Thomas Urquhart of Cromartie ...; Urquhart, Thomas,