LINGUIST List 7.391

Wed Mar 13 1996

FYI: Lx Catalog Available, English Dialect Information Exchange

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  1. Cindy Jaycox, Linguistics Catalog Available
  2. Charlotte Thomas, English Dialect Information Exchange

Message 1: Linguistics Catalog Available

Date: Sun, 10 Mar 1996 14:04:07 EST
From: Cindy Jaycox <blakestiac.net>
Subject: Linguistics Catalog Available

Hello,

We have just finished cataloging several hundred used linguistics
books, from various university presses (many are from Cambridge
Univ. Press and Princeton Univ. Press). They are all serious,
scholarly works, and many are now out of print. We will be happy to
send an email catalog to anyone who would like it. Please reply to
blakestiac.net and ask for the Linguistics Catalog if you would like
to receive a copy, or if you would like us to search for special
linguistics titles.

Regards,

Cindy Jaycox
Blake's Books
6 Bolton Street
Somerville, MA 02143

617-623-8816
blakestiac.net
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Message 2: English Dialect Information Exchange

Date: Wed, 13 Mar 1996 16:29:35 GMT
From: Charlotte Thomas <EGP95CMTsheffield.ac.uk>
Subject: English Dialect Information Exchange
Dear Linguist List

This is a notice to publicise a mailing list which we have recently
established. It is called the English Dialect Information Exchange and
is intended to be a discussion and information forum for all
interested in all apects of English Dialects. As it has only just been
set up subscribers are as yet few, but hopefully through notices such
as this there will be sufficient interest to generate a worthwhile and
interesting list. Please feel free to forward this notice to other
linguistic circles who may be interested. For more information on the
list and on how to subscribe, send the message:

INFO EDIE-CECTAL

to the address:

listprocsheffield.ac.uk

Yours interactively,
Charlotte Thomas and Jon Fyne

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Charlotte Thomas EGP95CMTSheffield.ac.uk
CECTAL
Dept. of English Language and Linguistics
University of Sheffield
Sheffield
S10 2TN
UK

"Why does anyone believe he ought to speak better than he 
can, and so in the end speak far worse than he might?"
(P.Wright, 1974)
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