Pott (August Friedrich)
Handwritten notes (16 pp.), in German, little Latin, black-brown ink, concerning Romanisch language in Switzerland, its lexicon and history, and printed blank table, in French, to be filled for personal study with verbal forms and conjugations, first: dust-soiled, edges frayed, some thumbing, second: slight browning, minimal spotting, centre fold, edges frayed, [post-1852] and n.d., v.s. (2)
***A.H. Pott (1802-87) was a linguist and a pioneer of the etymological method based on phonetic similarity in the study of Indo-European languages.