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1. This is possibly Jean Boudot, Dictionarium Universale Latino-Gallicum, Paris, 1774, or his third edition, Paris, 1775, both of which contain
's earliest bookplate, but no date of purchase. During his first month in St. Petersburg,
he bought for “8 R[ubles] 50 C[opecks]” another volume which includes a Latin-French dictionary, François Antoine Pomay,
Le Grand dictionnaire royale en trois langues, savoir, la françoise, la latine et
l'allemande, 2 vols., Augsburg, 1767 (Catalogue of