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Type: Book
Title: A vocabulary, and outline of the grammatical structure of the Murray River language : spoken by the natives of South Australia, from Wellington on the Murray, as far as the Rufus
Author: Moorhouse, M (Matthew)
Publisher: Andrew Murray
Issue Date: 1846
Abstract: Vocabulary and grammar of the Ngayawang language spoken by Murundi people living on the Murray River between Wellington (S.Aust.)and the Rufus River (N.S.W.)
Subject: Murundi language.
Keywords: Moorhouse
Aboriginal language
Adelaide and Murray dialects
Description: This Vocabulary was prepared at the request of His Excellency Captain Grey, and forwarded in October 1845. At that time, the Europeans had been several years in contact with Natives speaking four dialects, and Vocabularies of three dialects had been prepared and published by the Missionaries of the Dresden Lutheran Missionary Society; and it was thought desirable, by His Excellency, to have the fourth placed on record -- Preface
Provenance: Scanned from an original print edition in the University of Adelaide Library Special Collections.
Call number: 499.6 M825
Appears in Collections:Language Texts and Linguistics

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