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Literary usage of Toponymical
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Library Journal by American Library Association, Library Association (1884)
"Field-Name and toponymical Collections. (FE Sawyer) Antiquary, ns 10 : 6 (Jy). Fingal's Cave and the British Geologists. Critic, 5 : 18 (Jy 12). ..."
2. Poole's Index to Periodical Literature: The First Supplement, from January 1 by William Frederick Poole, William Isaac Fletcher (1888)
"Field-Mice, French. Knowl. 2: 48. Field \.imes. <GL Gomme) Antiquary, n. я. 3: з,з. — and toponymical Collections, f FE Sawyer) Antiquary, n. M. 10: 6. ..."
3. Domesday Studies: Being the Papers Read at the Meetings of the Domesday by Patrick Edward Dove (1891)
"... it is essential to make (i) 'A List of Extinct and Existing Manors,' and (2) 'A Dictionary (or Index) of Local Place-Names and toponymical Features. ..."
4. The Antiquary by Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson (1884)
"The general results to be derived from field-name and toponymical collections may be considered under the following heads : i, Historical; 2, ..."
5. The Western Antiquary by William Henry Kearley Wright (1885)
"Precentor Venables; " Field-Name and toponymical Collections,'1 by Frederick E. Sawyer; "The Adelphi and its Site," by Henry B. Wheatley ; "The Coins of ..."
6. Domesday Commemoration Committee: Domesday Commemoration, 1086 A.D.-1886 A.D by Royal Historical Society (Great Britain), Patrick Edward Dove (1891)
"... it is essential to make (l) ' A List of Extinct and Existing Manors,' and (2) ' A Dictionary (or Index) of Local Place-Names and toponymical Features. ..."