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Originally appearing in Volume V07, Page 249 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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RANDLE COTGRAVE (?-1634), English lexicographer, came of a Cheshire family, and was educated at Cambridge, entering St John's College in 1587. He became secretary to Lord Burghley, and in 161' published his French-English dictionary (2nd ed., 1632), a work of real historical importance in lexicography, and still valuable in spite of such errors as were due to contemporary want of exact scholarship. - - _
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ROGER COTES (1682-1716)

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