Author:Robert Gordon Latham
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English ethnologist and philologist.
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- English Language, (1841)
- An Elementary English Grammar for the Use of Schools, (1843)
- The Natural History of the Varieties of Mankind, (1850)
- The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies, (1851)
- Man and his Migrations, (1851)
- The Ethnology of Europe, (1853)
- The native races of The Russian empire, (1854)
- Logic in its Application to Language, (1856)
- Descriptive Ethnology, (1858)
- OPUSCULA: Essays Chiefly Philological and Ethnographical, (1860)
- Circle of the Sciences: A series of Treatises on the Principles of Science, with their Application to Practical Pursuits, (1860)
- A Smaller English Grammar for the Use of Schools, (1861)
- The Channel Islands, (1862)
- A Dictionary of the English Language, (1866)
- Articles signed as [ R. G. L. ] in the Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography
Works about Latham
- “Latham, Robert Gordon,” in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (1885–1900) in 63 vols.
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