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Author Threlkeld, L. E. (Lancelot Edward), 1788-1859, author.

Title An Australian language as spoken by the Awabakal, the people of Awaba or Lake Macquarie (near Newcastle, New South Wales) being an account of their language, traditions and customs / by L.E. Threlkeld ; re-arranged, condensed and edited with an appendix by John Fraser
Published Sydney : Charles Potter, Govt. Printer, 1892
Sydney, [New South Wales] : Charles Potter, Govt. Printer, 1892

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Description lxiv, x, 227, 148 pages, [4] pages of plates : illustrations, folded map, portraits ; 22 cm
Contents Introduction -- Part 1. An Australian grammar : comprehending the principles and natural rules of the language, as spoken by the aborigines, in the vicinity of Hunter's River, Lake Macquarie, &c. New South Wales / L.E. Threlkeld [1834] -- A key to the structure of the aboriginal language : being an analysis of the particles used as affixes, to form the various modifications of the verbs ; shewing the essential powers, abstract roots, and other peculiarities of the language spoken by the aborigines in the vicinity of Hunter River, lake Macquarie, etc., New South wales / L.E. Threlkeld [1850]
Part 2. The gospel by St. Luke translated into the language of the Awabakal / L.E. Threlkeld [1891] -- Part 3. An Awabakal-English lexicon to the gospel according to Saint Luke / L.E. Threlkeld [1892] -- Part 4. Appendix A. A short grammar and vocabulary of the dialect spoken by the Minyung people of the north-east coast of New South Wales / H. Livingstone -- B. Grammar of the language spoken by the Narrinyeri tribe in S. Australia / G. Taplin -- C. Grammar of the language spoken by the aborigines of Western Australia -- D. Grammar and vocabulary of the aboriginal dialect called the Wirradhuri -- E. Prayers in the Awabakal dialect -- F. Gurre Kamilaroi 'Kamilaroi sayings' -- G. Specimens of a dialect of the aborigines of New South Wales : being the first attempt to form their speech into a written langauge
Notes Part I includes reproductions of the original title pages to the Grammar, 1834, and the Key, 1850; pts. II-III have special title-pages dated 1891 and 1892 respectively
With: The Gospel by St. Luke, translated into the language of the Awabakal / by L.E. Threlkeld. -- An Awabakal-English lexicon to the Gospel according to Saint Luke / by L.E. Threlkeld
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Subject Bible. N.T. Luke. Awabakal 1892
Aboriginal Australians -- New South Wales -- Social life and customs -- 1788-1851
Ethnology -- Australia -- New South Wales
Aboriginal Australians -- Australia -- Awaba (N.S.W.)
Awabakal (Australian people)
Aboriginal Australians -- Languages.
Australian languages -- Dictionaries -- English
Awabakal language.
Ethnology -- New South Wales
Awabakal people (S66) (NSW SI56-05)
Minyangbal language E18.
Minjungbal / Minyangbal people (E18) (NSW SH56-03)
Ngarrindjeri language S69.
Ngarrindjeri / Narrinjeri people (S69) (SA SI54-13)
Wiradjuri language D10.
Wiradjuri people (D10) (NSW SI55-07)
Yugambeh language E17.
Yugambeh / Yugumbir people (E17) (Qld SG56-15)
Language - Linguistics - Grammar and syntax.
Language - Texts and translations - non-Aboriginal to Aboriginal language.
Language - Vocabulary.
Australian languages.
Gamilaraay / Gamilaroi / Kamilaroi language D23.
Ethnology.
Awabakal language S66.
Lake Macquarie (NSW N Coast SI56-05)
Newcastle (NSW N Coast SI56-02)
North East South Australia (NE SA SG54, SH54)
South East South Australia (SE SA SI54, SJ54)
Southwest New South Wales (SW NSW SI54, SI55)
South West Western Australia (SW WA SH50, SI50)
New South Wales.
Genre/Form Grammars.
Marginalia (Provenance)
Presentation copies (Provenance).
Rare books.
Dictionaries.
Author Fraser, John, 1834-1904
Threlkeld, L. E. (Lancelot Edward), 1788-1859. Key to the structure of the Aboriginal language
Threlkeld, L. E. (Lancelot Edward), 1788-1859. Awabakal-English lexicon to the Gospel according to Saint Luke
LC no. 03021757
Other Titles Australian grammar
Awabakal-English lexicon to the Gospel according to St.Luke
OTHER TI Bible. Luke. Awabakal. 1892
Other Titles Bible. N.T. Luke. Awabakal. 1892