Prmium meaning

Obsolete spelling of premium.
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1719, Richard Arnett, A Seasonable Hue and Cry After the Pretender By Jack Catch, Esq; […], verso of titleleaf.

N.B. The hue and cry, formerly publish’d by John Price, my predecessor, is faithfully and historically continu’d to this time, with additions, amendments, and a new præmium, by me, Richard Arnett, Jack-Catch for the time being.

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1751, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, The Discourse which Carried the Præmium at the Academy of Dijon, in MDCCL: On this Question, Propos’d by the Said Academy, Whether the Re-establishment of Arts and Sciences Has Contributed to the Refining of Manners, main title 〃, 〃 (Richard James)

The Discourse which Carried the Præmium at the Academy of Dijon, in MDCCL: On this Question, Propos’d by the Said Academy, Whether the Re-establishment of Arts and Sciences Has Contributed to the Refining of Manners. By a Citizen of Geneva. Translated from the French Original.

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Origin of prmium

  • From Latin praemium (“prize”).

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