Books about Bullokar:

booksBullokars Booke at large: for the amendment of orthographie for English speech by William Bullokar (Jan 1, 1923)

booksOn Early English Pronunciation, with Especial Reference to Shakespeare and Chaucer: Illustrations of the Pronunciation... by Francis James Child, Alexander John Ellis and Johan Winkler (Mar 5, 2010)

booksWilliam Bullokar the amendment of orthographie for English speech by William Bullokar (Nov 18, 2009)

booksGeschichte der fabeldichtung in England bis zu John Gay (1726) Volume 52; Nebst Neudruck von Bullokars "Fables... by Max Plessow (Mar 6, 2012)

booksA short introduction or guiding to print, write, and reade Inglish speech conferred with the olde printing and... by William Bullokar (Dec 13, 2010)

booksGeschichte Der Fabeldichtung in England Bis Zu John Gay (1726). Nebst Neudruck Von Bullokars Fables of Aesop 1585... by William Bullokar, Aesop and Max Plessow (Aug 29, 2011)

booksOn Early English Pronunciation: Illustrations Of The Pronunciation Of The Xivth And Xvith Centuries. Chaucer,... by Alexander John Ellis, William Salesbury and Francis James Child (Apr 11, 2012)


Wiki information Bullokar:

William Bullokar
Author, Person

William Bullokar was a 16th-century printer who devised a 40-letter phonetic alphabet for the English language. Its characters were in the black-letter or "gothic" writing style commonly used at the time. Bullokar also wrote the first published...

John Bullokar
Man, Person, Deceased Person

John Bullokar was an English physician and lexicographer. He was born in St Andrew's parish, Chichester, Sussex, and baptized there on 8 November 1574, third of four known children of Elizabeth and William Bullokar. Staunch Roman Catholics, the...