The Grammar of English Grammars eBook

Goold Brown
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INDEX OF MATTERS.1
INTRODUCTION19
CHAPTER I.19
CHAPTER II.32
CHAPTER III.44
CHAPTER IV.68
CHAPTER V.79
CHAPTER VI.92
CHAPTER VII.102
I. ENGLISH OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY.106
II.  ENGLISH OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY.107
III.  ENGLISH OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY.109
IV.  ENGLISH OF THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY.111
V. ENGLISH OF THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY.114
VI.  ENGLISH OF THE FOURTEENTH CENTURY.115
X. ANGLO-SAXON IN THE TIME OF KING ALFRED.120
CHAPTER VIII.120
CHAPTER IX.132
CHAPTER X.150
CHAPTER XI.170
THE GRAMMAR OF ENGLISH GRAMMARS.191
OBSERVATIONS.193
PART I.195
CHAPTER I.—­OF LETTERS.195
OBSERVATIONS.199
II.  CLASSES OF THE LETTERS.207
III.  POWERS OF THE LETTERS.214
IV.  FORMS OF THE LETTERS.225
RULES FOR THE USE OF CAPITALS.226
RULE II.—­FIRST WORDS.226
RULE III.—­OF THE DEITY.226
RULE IV.—­PROPER NAMES.227
RULE V.—­OF TITLES.227
RULE VI.—­ONE CAPITAL.227
RULE VII.—­TWO CAPITALS.227
RULE VIII.—­COMPOUNDS.227
RULE IX.—­APPOSITION.227
RULE X.—­PERSONIFICATIONS.227
RULE XI.—­DERIVATIVES.228
RULE XII.—­OF I AND O.228
RULE XIII.—­OF POETRY.228
RULE XIV.—­OF EXAMPLES.228
RULE XV.—­CHIEF WORDS.228
RULE XVI.—­NEEDLESS CAPITALS.228
OBSERVATIONS.229
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.240
UNDER RULE III.—­OF DEITY.242
UNDER RULE IV.—­OF PROPER NAMES.242
UNDER RULE V.—­OF TITLES.243
UNDER RULE VI.—­OF ONE CAPITAL.244
UNDER RULE VII.—­TWO CAPITALS.245
UNDER RULE VIII.—­OF COMPOUNDS.246
UNDER RULE IX.—­OF APPOSITION.246
UNDER RULE X.—­OF PERSONIFICATIONS.247
UNDER RULE XI.—­OF DERIVATIVES.248
UNDER RULE XIV.—­OF EXAMPLES.249
UNDER RULE XV.—­OF CHIEF WORDS.250
PROMISCUOUS ERRORS RESPECTING CAPITALS.251
LESSON II.—­MIXED.253
LESSON III.—­MIXED.254
CHAPTER II.—­OF SYLLABLES.254
SYLLABICATION.255
RULE I.—­CONSONANTS.255
OBSERVATIONS.256
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.260
LESSON II.—­MIXED.261
LESSON III.—­MIXED.262
CHAPTER III.—­OF WORDS.263
OBSERVATIONS.264
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.271
UNDER RULE II.—­OF SIMPLES.272
UNDER RULE III.—­THE SENSE.273
UNDER RULE IV.—­OF ELLIPSES.274
UNDER RULE V.—­THE HYPHEN.275
UNDER RULE VI.—­NO HYPHEN.276
PROMISCUOUS ERRORS IN THE FIGURE OF WORDS.277
LESSON II.—­MIXED.278
LESSON III.—­MIXED.279
CHAPTER IV.—­OF SPELLING.280
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.302
UNDER RULE II.—­OF OTHER FINALS.303
UNDER RULE III.—­OF DOUBLING.304
UNDER RULE IV.—­NO DOUBLING.305
UNDER RULE V.—­OF FINAL CK.306
UNDER RULE VI.—­OF RETAINING.307
UNDER RULE VII.—­OF RETAINING.308
UNDER RULE VIII.—­OF FINAL LL.308
UNDER RULE IX.—­OF FINAL E.309
UNDER RULE X.—­OF FINAL E.310
UNDER RULE XI.—­OF FINAL Y.311
UNDER RULE XII.—­OF FINAL Y.311
UNDER RULE XIII.—­OF IZE AND ISE.312
UNDER RULE XIV.—­OF COMPOUNDS.313
UNDER RULE XV.—­OF USAGE.315
PROMISCUOUS ERRORS IN SPELLING.316
LESSON II.—­MIXED.317
LESSON III.—­MIXED.318
CHAPTER V.—­QUESTIONS.319
PART FIRST, ORTHOGRAPHY.320
CHAPTER VI.—­FOR WRITING.323
EXERCISE III.—­FIGURE OF WORDS.325
EXERCISE IV.—­SPELLING.326
EXERCISE V.—­MIXED ERRORS.326
EXERCISE VI.—­MIXED ERRORS.327
EXERCISE VII.—­MIXED ERRORS.328
EXERCISE IX.—­MIXED ERRORS.330
EXERCISE X.—­MIXED ERRORS.332
EXERCISE XI.—­MIXED ERRORS.333
EXERCISE XII.—­MIXED ERRORS.334
PART II.335
CHAPTER I.—­PARTS OF SPEECH.336
OBSERVATIONS.336
EXAMPLES FOR PARSING.341
PRAXIS I—­ETYMOLOGICAL.342
LESSON I.—­PARSING.342
LESSON II.—­PARSING.343
LESSON III.—­PARSING.343
CHAPTER II.—­ARTICLES.344
MODIFICATIONS.[133]345
OBSERVATIONS.345
EXAMPLES FOR PARSING.361
LESSON I.—­PARSING.363
LESSON II.—­PARSING.363
LESSON III.—­PARSING.364
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.364
LESSON II.—­INSERT ARTICLES.365
LESSON III.—­OMIT ARTICLES.366
LESSON IV.—­CHANGE ARTICLES.367
LESSON V.—­MIXED EXAMPLES.369
CHAPTER III.—­NOUNS.370
OBSERVATIONS.370
CLASSES.372
MODIFICATIONS.373
PERSONS.373
OBSERVATIONS.373
NUMBERS.378
GENDERS.402
OBSERVATIONS.403
CASES.410
OBSERVATIONS.411
THE DECLENSION OF NOUNS.424
EXAMPLES FOR PARSING.424
LESSON I.—­PARSING.425
LESSON II.—­PARSING.425
LESSON III.—­PARSING.426
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.426
LESSON II.—­CASES.427
LESSON III.—­MIXED.429
CHAPTER IV.—­ADJECTIVES.430
OBSERVATIONS.430
CLASSES.435
OBSERVATIONS.435
MODIFICATIONS.450
OBSERVATIONS.450
REGULAR COMPARISON.462
COMPARISON BY ADVERBS.463
OBSERVATIONS.463
IRREGULAR COMPARISON.468
EXAMPLES FOR PARSING.478
EXAMPLE PARSED.478
LESSON I.—­PARSING.481
LESSON II.—­PARSING.482
LESSON III.—­PARSING.482
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.483
LESSON II.—­MIXED.484
LESSON III.—­MIXED.486
CHAPTER V.—­PRONOUNS.487
CLASSES.491
OBSERVATIONS.491
MODIFICATIONS.514
OBSERVATIONS.515
THE DECLENSION OF PRONOUNS.517
III.  RELATIVES AND INTERROGATIVES.518
IV.  COMPOUND RELATIVES.519
OBSERVATIONS.519
EXAMPLES FOR PARSING.543
EXAMPLE PARSED.543
LESSON I.—­PARSING.547
LESSON III.—­PARSING.548
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.549
LESSON II.—­DECLENSIONS.550
LESSON III.—­MIXED.551
CHAPTER VI.—­VERBS.553
OBSERVATIONS.554
MODIFICATIONS.562
MOODS.562
OBSERVATIONS.562
TENSES.570
PERSONS AND NUMBERS.574
OBSERVATIONS.575
THE CONJUGATION OF VERBS.606
OBSERVATIONS.607
TO BE.612
TO HAVE.612
SHALL AND WILL.612
MAY.613
CAN.613
MUST.613
INFINITIVE MOOD.[260]618
POTENTIAL MOOD.620
PRESENT TENSE.620
IMPERFECT TENSE.620
PERFECT TENSE.620
PLUPERFECT TENSE.620
SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD.621
SYNOPSIS OF THE FIRST EXAMPLE.623
IMPERATIVE MOOD.625
THIRD EXAMPLE.626
PERFECT TENSE.626
OBSERVATIONS.627
II.  COMPOUND OR PROGRESSIVE FORM.629
IMPERFECT TENSE.631
IMPERATIVE MOOD.631
FAMILIAR FORM WITH ‘THOU.’631
OBSERVATIONS.631
III.  FORM OF PASSIVE VERBS.650
FIFTH EXAMPLE.650
OBSERVATIONS.651
IV.  FORM OF NEGATION.653
OBSERVATIONS.655
IRREGULAR VERBS.657
OBSERVATIONS.657
LIST OF THE IRREGULAR VERBS.659
OBSERVATIONS.662
LIST OF THE REDUNDANT VERBS.670
DEFECTIVE VERBS.673
OBSERVATIONS.673
LIST OF THE DEFECTIVE VERBS.677
LESSON I.—­PARSING.681
LESSON II.—­PARSING.682
LESSON III.—­PARSING.682
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.683
LESSON II.—­MIXED.684
LESSON III.—­MIXED.686
CHAPTER VII.—­PARTICIPLES.688
OBSERVATIONS.688
CLASSES.691
OBSERVATIONS.691
EXAMPLES FOR PARSING.699
LESSON I.—­PARSING.701
LESSON II.—­PARSING.702
LESSON III.—­PARSING.703
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.703
LESSON I.—­IRREGULARS.703
LESSON II.—­REGULARS.704
LESSON III.—­MIXED.705
CHAPTER VIII.—­ADVERBS.706
OBSERVATIONS.707
CLASSES.710
OBSERVATIONS.712
MODIFICATIONS.715
OBSERVATIONS.715
EXAMPLES FOR PARSING.719
LESSON I.—­PARSING.721
LESSON II.—­PARSING.721
LESSON III—­PARSING.722
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.722
CHAPTER IX.—­CONJUNCTIONS.724
OBSERVATIONS.724
CLASSES.727
LIST OF THE CONJUNCTIONS.727
OBSERVATIONS.728
EXAMPLES FOR PARSING.731
LESSON I.—­PARSING.733
LESSON II.—­PARSING.733
LESSON III.—­PARSING.734
CHAPTER X.—­PREPOSITIONS.736
OBSERVATIONS.736
LIST OF THE PREPOSITIONS.747
OBSERVATIONS.747
EXAMPLES FOR PARSING.756
LESSON I.—­PARSING.758
LESSON II.—­PARSING.758
LESSON III.—­PARSING.759
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.759
CHAPTER XI—­INTERJECTIONS.762
OBSERVATIONS.762
LIST OF THE INTERJECTIONS.763
OBSERVATIONS.764
EXAMPLES FOR PARSING.765
LESSON I.—­PARSING.767
LESSON II.—­PARSING.767
LESSON III.—­PARSING.767
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.768
CHAPTER XII.—­QUESTIONS.769
PART SECOND, ETYMOLOGY.769
CHAPTER XIII.—­FOR WRITING.777
EXERCISE II.—­NOUNS.778
EXERCISE III.—­ADJECTIVES.778
EXERCISE IV.—­PRONOUNS.779
EXERCISE V.—­VERBS.779
EXERCISE VI.—­VERBS.780
EXERCISE VII.—­PARTICIPLES.780
PART III.781
CHAPTER I.—­SENTENCES.781
THE RULES OF SYNTAX.782
RULE II.—­NOMINATIVES.782
RULE IV.—­POSSESSIVES.782
RULE V.—­OBJECTIVES.782
RULE VI.—­SAME CASES.782
RULE VII.—­OBJECTIVES.782
RULE VIII.—­NOM.  ABSOLUTE.782
RULE IX.—­ADJECTIVES.782
RULE X.—­PRONOUNS.783
RULE XI—­PRONOUNS.783
RULE XII.—­PRONOUNS.783
RULE XIII.—­PRONOUNS.783
RULE XIV.—­FINITE VERBS.783
RULE XV.—­FINITE VERBS.783
RULE XVI.—­FINITE VERBS.783
RULE XVII.—­FINITE VERBS.783
RULE XVIII.—­INFINITIVES.783
RULE XIX.—­INFINITIVES.783
RULE XX.—­PARTICIPLES.783
RULE XXI.—­ADVERBS.783
RULE XXII.—­CONJUNCTIONS.783
RULE XXIII.—­PREPOSITIONS.783
RULE XXIV.—­INTERJECTIONS.783
GENERAL OR CRITICAL OBSERVATIONS ON SYNTAX.784
THE ANALYZING OF SENTENCES.801
FIRST METHOD OF ANALYSIS.801
SECOND METHOD OF ANALYSIS.802
THIRD METHOD OF ANALYSIS.803
FOURTH METHOD OF ANALYSIS.804
FIFTH METHOD OF ANALYSIS.806
OBSERVATIONS ON METHODS OF ANALYSIS.806
EXAMPLES FOR PARSING.  PRAXIS XII.—­SYNTACTICAL.813
LESSON I.—­ARTICLES.819
LESSON II.—­NOUNS.820
LESSON III.—­ADJECTIVES.821
LESSON IV.—­PRONOUNS.822
LESSON V.—­VERBS.822
LESSON VI.—­PARTICIPLES.823
LESSON VII.—­ADVERBS.824
LESSON VIII.—­CONJUNCTIONS.825
LESSON IX.—­PREPOSITIONS.825
LESSON X.—­INTERJECTIONS.826
CHAPTER II.—­ARTICLES.826
RULE I.—­ARTICLES.826
OBSERVATIONS ON RULE I.827
NOTES TO RULE I.834
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.  FALSE SYNTAX UNDER RULE I.837
EXAMPLES UNDER NOTE I.—­AN OR A.837
UNDER NOTE II.—­AN OR A WITH PLURALS.838
UNDER NOTE III.—­NOUNS CONNECTED.838
UNDER NOTE IV.—­ADJECTIVES CONNECTED.839
UNDER NOTE V.—­ADJECTIVES CONNECTED.840
UNDER NOTE VI.—­ARTICLES OR PLURALS.840
UNDER NOTE VII.—­CORRESPONDENT TERMS.841
UNDER NOTE VIII.—­CORRESPONDENCE PECULIAR.842
UNDER NOTE IX.—­A SERIES OF TERMS.842
UNDER NOTE X.—­SPECIES AND GENUS.843
UNDER NOTE XI.—­ARTICLES NOT REQUISITE.844
UNDER NOTE XII.—­TITLES AND NAMES.844
UNDER NOTE XIII.—­COMPARISONS AND ALTERNATIVES.845
UNDER NOTE XIV.—­ANTECEDENTS TO WHO OR WHICH.845
UNDER NOTE XV.—­PARTICIPIAL NOUNS.846
UNDER NOTE XVII.—­VARIOUS ERRORS.847
CHAPTER III.—­CASES, OR NOUNS.848
RULE II.—­NOMINATIVES.848
OBSERVATIONS ON RULE II.848
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.854
RULE III.—­APPOSITION.855
OBSERVATIONS ON RULE III.856
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.865
RULE IV.—­POSSESSIVES.866
OBSERVATIONS ON RULE IV.866
NOTES TO RULE IV.890
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.  FALSE SYNTAX UNDER RULE IV.891
UNDER NOTE II.—­POSSESSIVES CONNECTED.892
UNDER NOTE III.—­CHOICE OF FORMS.893
UNDER NOTE IV.—­NOUNS WITH POSSESSIVES PLURAL.894
UNDER NOTE Y.—­POSSESSIVES WITH PARTICIPLES.894
RULE V.—­OBJECTIVES.895
OBSERVATIONS ON RULE V.896
NOTES TO RULE V.905
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.  FALSE SYNTAX UNDER RULE V.906
UNDER NOTE I.—­OF VERBS TRANSITIVE.907
UNDER NOTE II.—­OF VERBS INTRANSITIVE.908
UNDER NOTE III.—­OF VERBS MISAPPLIED.908
UNDER NOTE IV.—­OF PASSIVE VERBS.909
UNDER NOTE V.—­PASSIVE VERBS TRANSITIVE.910
UNDER NOTE VI.—­OF PERFECT PARTICIPLES.911
UNDER NOTE VII.—­CONSTRUCTIONS AMBIGUOUS.912
UNDER NOTE VIII.—­YE AND YOU IN SCRIPTURE.912
RULE VI.—­SAME CASES.913
OBSERVATIONS ON RULE VI.913
NOTES TO RULE VI.920
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.921
UNDER NOTE I.—­THE CASE DOUBTFUL.922
UNDER NOTE II.—­OF FALSE IDENTIFICATION.923
RULE VII.—­OBJECTIVES.923
OBSERVATIONS ON RULE VII.924
NOTE TO RULE VII.929
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.929
UNDER THE NOTE—­OF TIME OR MEASURE.930
OBSERVATIONS ON RULE VIII.931
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.935
CHAPTER IV.—­ADJECTIVES.936
RULE IX.—­ADJECTIVES.936
EXCEPTION FIRST.936
OBSERVATIONS ON RULE IX.937
NOTES TO RULE IX.944
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.947
UNDER NOTE II.—­OF FIXED NUMBERS.948
UNDER NOTE III.—­OF RECIPROCALS.948
UNDER NOTE IV.—­OF COMPARATIVES.949
UNDER NOTE V.—­OF SUPERLATIVES.950
UNDER NOTE VII.—­EXTRA COMPARISONS.951
UNDER NOTE VIII.—­ADJECTIVES CONNECTED.952
UNDER NOTE IX.—­ADJECTIVES SUPERADDED.952
UNDER NOTE X.—­ADJECTIVES FOR ADVERBS.953
UNDER NOTE XI.—­THEM FOR THOSE.953
UNDER NOTE XII.—­THIS AND THAT.954
UNDER NOTE XIII.—­EITHER AND NEITHER.954
UNDER NOTE XIV.—­WHOLE, LESS, MORE, AND MOST.955
UNDER NOTE XV.—­PARTICIPIAL ADJECTIVES.955
UNDER NOTE XVI.—­FIGURE OF ADJECTIVES.956
CHAPTER V.—­PRONOUNS.956
RULE X.—­PRONOUNS.957
EXCEPTION FIRST.957
OBSERVATIONS ON RULE X.958
NOTES TO RULE X.971
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.974
UNDER NOTE I.—­PRONOUNS WRONG OR NEEDLESS.975
UNDER NOTE II.—­CHANGE OF NUMBER.976
UNDER NOTE III.—­WHO AND WHICH.976
UNDER NOTE IV.—­NOUNS OF MULTITUDE.977
UNDER NOTE V.—­CONFUSION OF SENSES.977
UNDER NOTE VI.—­THE RELATIVE THAT.978
UNDER NOTE VII.—­RELATIVE CLAUSES CONNECTED.980
UNDER NOTE VIII.—­THE RELATIVE AND PREPOSITION.980
UNDER NOTE IX.—­ADVERBS FOR RELATIVES.981
UNDER NOTE X.—­REPEAT THE NOUN.982
UNDER NOTE XI.—­PLACE OF THE RELATIVE.982
UNDER NOTE XII.—­WHAT FOR THAT.983
UNDER NOTE XIII.—­ADJECTIVES FOR ANTECEDENTS.983
UNDER NOTE XIV.—­SENTENCES FOR ANTECEDENTS.984
UNDER NOTE XV.—­REPEAT THE PRONOUN.984
UNDER NOTE XVI.—­CHANGE THE ANTECEDENT.985
RULE XI.—­PRONOUNS.985
OBSERVATIONS ON RULE XI.986
NOTES TO RULE XI.987
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.987
RULE XII.—­PRONOUNS.989
OBSERVATIONS ON RULE XII.989
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.990
RULE XIII.—­PRONOUNS.991
OBSERVATIONS ON RULE XIII.992
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.993
CHAPTER VI.—­VERBS.994
RULE XIV.—­FINITE VERBS.994
NOTES TO RULE XIV.1005
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.1007
UNDER THE RULE ITSELF.—­VERB BEFORE THE NOMINATIVE.1009
UNDER NOTE I.—­THE RELATIVE AND VERB.1010
UNDER NOTE II.—­NOMINATIVE WITH ADJUNCTS.1011
UNDER NOTE III.—­COMPOSITE OR CONVERTED SUBJECTS.1012
UNDER NOTE IV.—­EACH, ONE, EITHER, AND NEITHER.1012
UNDER NOTE V.—­VERB BETWEEN TWO NOMINATIVES.1013
UNDER NOTE VI.—­CHANGE THE NOMINATIVE.1014
UNDER NOTE VII.—­ADAPT FORM TO STYLE.1015
UNDER NOTE VIII.—­EXPRESS THE NOMINATIVE.1016
UNDER NOTE IX.—­APPLICATION OF MOODS.1017
UNDER NOTE X.—­FALSE SUBJUNCTIVES.1019
RULE XV.—­FINITE VERBS.1020
OBSERVATIONS ON RULE XV.1020
NOTE TO RULE XV.1036
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.1036
UNDER THE NOTE.—­THE IDEA OF UNITY.1037
RULE XVI.—­FINITE VERBS.1038
OBSERVATIONS ON RULE XVI.1039
NOTES TO RULE XVI.1052
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.1054
UNDER THE RULE ITSELF.—­THE VERB BEFORE JOINT NOMINATIVES.1056
UNDER NOTE I.—­CHANGE THE CONNECTIVE.1057
UNDER NOTE II.—­AFFIRMATION WITH NEGATION.1058
UNDER NOTE III.—­AS WELL AS, BUT, OR SAVE.1058
UNDER NOTE IV.—­EACH, EVERY, OR NO.1058
UNDER NOTE VI.—­ELLIPTICAL CONSTRUCTIONS.1060
UNDER NOTE VII.—­DISTINCT SUBJECT PHRASES.1061
RULE XVII.—­FINITE VERBS.1061
OBSERVATIONS ON RULE XVII.1061
NOTES TO RULE XVII.1072
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.1075
UNDER THE RULE ITSELF.—­NOMINATIVES CONNECTED BY NOR.1076
UNDER NOTE I.—­NOMINATIVES THAT DISAGREE.1077
UNDER NOTE II.—­COMPLETE THE CONCORD.1077
UNDER NOTE III.—­PLACE OF THE FIRST PERSON.1078
UNDER NOTE IV.—­DISTINCT SUBJECT PHRASES.1078
UNDER NOTE V.—­MAKE THE VERBS AGREE.1078
UNDER NOTE VI.—­USE SEPARATE NOMINATIVES.1079
UNDER NOTE VII.—­MIXTURE OF DIFFERENT STYLES.1080
UNDER NOTE VII.—­CONFUSION OF MOODS.1081
UNDER NOTE IX.—­IMPROPER ELLIPSES.1081
UNDER NOTE X.—­DO, USED AS A SUBSTITUTE.1082
UNDER NOTE XI.—­PRETERITS AND PARTICIPLES.1082
UNDER NOTE XII.—­VERBS CONFOUNDED.1083
UNDER NOTE XIII.—­WORDS THAT EXPRESS TIME.1084
UNDER NOTE XV.—­PERMANENT PROPOSITIONS.1085
RULE XVIII.—­INFINITIVES.1086
OBSERVATIONS ON RULE XVIII.1086
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.  FALSE SYNTAX UNDER RULE XVIII.1106
OBSERVATIONS ON RULE XIX.1107
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.1121
CHAPTER VII—­PARTICIPLES.1122
RULE XX.—­PARTICIPLES.1122
OBSERVATIONS ON RULE XX.1123
NOTES TO RULE XX.1158
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.1162
UNDER NOTE II.—­ARTICLES REQUIRE OF.1163
UNDER NOTE II.—­ADJECTIVES REQUIRE OF.1164
UNDER NOTE II.—­POSSESSIVES REQUIRE OF.1164
UNDER NOTE III.—­CHANGE THE EXPRESSION.1165
UNDER NOTE IV.—­DISPOSAL OF ADVERBS.1166
UNDER NOTE V.—­PARTICIPLES WITH ADJECTIVES.1167
UNDER NOTE VI.—­COMPOUND VERBAL NOUNS.1168
UNDER NOTE VII.—­PARTICIPLES FOR INFINITIVES, &C.1169
UNDER NOTE VIII.—­PARTICIPLES AFTER BE, IS, &C.1170
UNDER NOTE IX.—­VERBS OF PREVENTING.1171
UNDER NOTE X.—­THE LEADING WORD IN SENSE.1173
UNDER NOTE XI.—­REFERENCE OF PARTICIPLES.1174
UNDER NOTE XII.—­OF PARTICIPLES AND NOUNS.1175
UNDER NOTE XIII.—­PERFECT PARTICIPLES.1176
CHAPTER VIII.—­ADVERBS.1176
RULE XXI.—­ADVERBS.1176
OBSERVATIONS ON RULE XXI.1177
NOTES TO RULE XXI.1195
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.1196
UNDER NOTE II.—­ADVERBS FOR ADJECTIVES.1197
UNDER NOTE V.—­THE ADVERB HOW.1198
UNDER NOTE VI.—­WHEN, WHILE, OR WHERE.1199
UNDER NOTE VII.—­THE ADVERB NO FOR NOT.1200
UNDER NOTE VIII.—­OF DOUBLE NEGATIVES.1200
UNDER NOTE IX.—­EVER AND NEVER.1201
UNDER NOTE X.—­OF THE FORM OF ADVERBS.1202
CHAPTER IX.—­CONJUNCTIONS.1202
RULE XXII.—­CONJUNCTIONS.1202
OBSERVATIONS ON RULE XXII.1203
NOTES TO RULE XXII.1217
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.1219
UNDER NOTE II.—­HETEROGENEOUS TERMS.1220
UNDER NOTE III.—­IMPORT OF CONJUNCTIONS.1221
UNDER NOTE IV.—­OF THE CONJUNCTION THAN.1222
UNDER NOTE V.—­RELATIVES EXCLUDE CONJUNCTIONS.1223
UNDER NOTE VI.—­OF THE WORD THAT.1223
UNDER NOTE VII.—­OF THE CORRESPONDENTS.1224
UNDER NOTE VIII.—­IMPROPER ELLIPSES.1225
CHAPTER X.—­PREPOSITIONS.1226
RULE XXIII.—­PREPOSITIONS.1226
OBSERVATIONS ON RULE XXIII.1227
NOTES TO RULE XXIII.1237
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.1238
UNDER NOTE II.—­TWO OBJECTS OR MORE.1239
UNDER NOTE III.—­OMISSION OF PREPOSITIONS.1240
UNDER NOTE IV.—­OF NEEDLESS PREPOSITIONS.1241
CHAPTER XI—­INTERJECTIONS.1243
RULE XXIV.—­INTERJECTIONS.1243
OBSERVATIONS ON RULE XXIV.1243
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.1256
LESSON I.—­ANY PARTS OF SPEECH.1256
LESSON II.—­ANY PARTS OF SPEECH.1258
LESSON III.—­ANY PARTS OF SPEECH.1260
EXAMPLES FOR PARSING.1261
LESSON I.—­PROSE.1262
LESSON II.—­PROSE.1263
LESSON III.—­PROSE.1264
LESSON IV.—­PROSE.1265
LESSON V.—­VERSE.1267
CHAPTER XII.—­GENERAL REVIEW.1269
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.1269
LESSON I.—­ARTICLES.1270
LESSON II.—­NOUNS, OR CASES.1272
LESSON III.—­ADJECTIVES1273
LESSON IV.—­PRONOUNS.1274
LESSON V.—­VERBS.1276
LESSON VI.—­VERBS.1278
LESSON VII.—­PARTICIPLES.1279
LESSON VIII.—­ADVERBS.1281
LESSON IX.—­CONJUNCTIONS.1282
LESSON X.—­PREPOSITIONS.1284
LESSON XI.—­PROMISCUOUS.1286
LESSON XII.—­TWO ERRORS.1287
LESSON XIII.—­TWO ERRORS.1289
LESSON XIV.—­TWO ERRORS.1290
LESSON XV.—­THREE ERRORS.1292
LESSON XVI—­THREE ERRORS.1294
LESSON XVII.—­MANY ERRORS.1295
LESSON XVIII—­MANY ERRORS.1297
CHAPTER XIII.—­GENERAL RULE.1299
GENERAL RULE OF SYNTAX.1299
CRITICAL NOTES TO THE GENERAL RULE.1299
GENERAL OBSERVATIONS ON THE SYNTAX.1300
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.1303
LESSON III.—­ADJECTIVES.1306
LESSON IV.—­PRONOUNS.1308
LESSON V.—­VERBS.1309
LESSON VI.—­PARTICIPLES.1310
LESSON VII.—­ADVERBS.1312
LESSON VIII.—­CONJUNCTIONS.1313
LESSON IX.—­PREPOSITIONS.1314
LESSON X.—­MIXED EXAMPLES.1315
LESSON XI.—­BAD PHRASES.1317
LESSON XII.—­TWO ERRORS.[448]1318
LESSON XIII.—­TWO ERRORS.1320
LESSON XIV.—­THREE ERRORS.1322
LESSON XV.—­MANY ERRORS.1323
LESSON XVI.—­MANY ERRORS.1325
FALSE SYNTAX UNDER THE CRITICAL NOTES.1327
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE II.—­OF DOUBTFUL REFERENCE.1329
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE III.—­OF DEFINITIONS.1331
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE IV.—­OF COMPARISONS.1334
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE V.—­OF FALSITIES.1335
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE VI.—­OF ABSURDITIES.1338
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE VII.—­OF SELF-CONTRADICTION.1340
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE VIII.—­OF SENSELESS JUMBLING.1342
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE IX.—­OF WORDS NEEDLESS.1344
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE X.—­OF IMPROPER OMISSIONS.1346
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE XI.—­OF LITERARY BLUNDERS.1348
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE XII.—­OF PERVERSIONS.1350
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE XIII.—­OF AWKWARDNESS.1353
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE XIV.—­OF IGNORANCE.1354
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE XV.—­OF SILLINESS AND TRUISMS.1356
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE XVI.—­OF THE INCORRIGIBLE.1358
PROMISCUOUS EXAMPLES OF FALSE SYNTAX.1361
LESSON II.—­VARIOUS RULES.1362
LESSON III.—­VARIOUS RULES.1364
LESSON IV.—­VARIOUS RULES.1366
LESSON V.—­VARIOUS RULES.1368
CHAPTER XIV.—­QUESTIONS.1370
PART THIRD, SYNTAX.1370
LESSON II.—­THE RULES.1371
LESSON III.—­THE RULES.1371
LESSON IV.—­THE RULES.1371
LESSON V.—­THE ANALYZING OF SENTENCES.1372
LESSON VI.—­OF PARSING.1373
LESSON VII.—­THE RULES.1373
LESSON VIII.—­THE NOTES.1373
LESSON IX.—­THE EXCEPTIONS.1374
LESSON X.—­THE EXCEPTIONS.1374
LESSON XI.—­THE OBSERVATIONS.1375
LESSON XII.—­THE OBSERVATIONS.1375
LESSON XIII.—­ARTICLES.1376
LESSON XIV.—­NOUNS, OR CASES.1377
LESSON XV.—­NOUNS, OR CASES.1377
LESSON XVI.—­NOUNS, OR CASES.1378
LESSON XVII.—­NOUNS, OR CASES.1379
LESSON XVIII.—­NOUNS, OR CASES.1380
LESSON XIX.—­ADJECTIVES.1380
LESSON XX.—­PRONOUNS.1381
LESSON XXI.—­PRONOUNS.1381
LESSON XXII.—­VERBS.1382
LESSON XXIII.—­VERBS.1383
LESSON XXIV.—­VERBS.1384
LESSON XXV.—­VERBS.1384
LESSON XXVI.—­VERBS.1385
LESSON XXVII.—­PARTICIPLES.1386
LESSON XXVIII.—­PARTICIPLES.1386
LESSON XXIX.—­ADVERBS.1387
LESSON XXX.—­CONJUNCTIONS.1388
LESSON XXXI.—­PREPOSITIONS.1388
LESSON XXXII.—­INTERJECTIONS.1389
LESSON XXXIII.—­GENERAL RULE.1390
CHAPTER XV.—­FOR WRITING.1390
EXERCISE I.—­ARTICLES.1390
EXERCISE II.—­NOUNS, OR CASES.1392
EXERCISE III.—­ADJECTIVES.1393
EXERCISE IV.—­PRONOUNS.1394
EXERCISE V.—­VERBS.1395
EXERCISE VI.—­PARTICIPLES.1396
EXERCISE VII.—­ADVERBS.1397
EXERCISE VIII.—­CONJUNCTIONS.1398
EXERCISE IX.—­PREPOSITIONS.1399
EXERCISE X.—­PROMISCUOUS.1400
EXERCISE XI.—­PROMISCUOUS.1402
EXERCISE XII.—­TWO ERRORS.1403
EXERCISE XIII.—­TWO ERRORS.1404
EXERCISE XIV.—­THREE ERRORS.1405
EXERCISE XV.—­MANY ERRORS.1406
EXERCISE XVI.—­MANY ERRORS.1407
EXERCISE XVII.—­MANY ERRORS.1408
EXERCISE XVIII.—­PROMISCUOUS.1409
PART IV.1410
OBSERVATIONS.1410
CHAPTER I—­PUNCTUATION.1412
OBSERVATIONS.1412
SECTION I.—­THE COMMA.1418
RULE I.—­SIMPLE SENTENCES.1418
RULE II.—­SIMPLE MEMBERS.1418
RULE III.—­MORE THAN TWO WORDS.1419
RULE IV.—­ONLY TWO WORDS.1419
RULE V.—­WORDS IN PAIRS.1420
RULE VI.—­WORDS PUT ABSOLUTE.1420
RULE VII.—­WORDS IN APPOSITION.1420
RULE IX.—­FINITE VERBS.1421
RULE X.—­INFINITIVES.1421
RULE XI.—­PARTICIPLES.1422
RULE XIII.—­CONJUNCTIONS.1422
RULE XIV.—­PREPOSITIONS.1422
RULE XV.—­INTERJECTIONS.1423
RULE XVI.—­WORDS REPEATED.1423
RULE XVII.—­DEPENDENT QUOTATIONS.1423
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.1423
UNDER THE EXCEPTION CONCERNING SIMPLE SENTENCES.1424
UNDER RULE II.—­OF SIMPLE MEMBERS.1425
UNDER THE EXCEPTIONS CONCERNING SIMPLE MEMBERS.1426
UNDER RULE III.—­OF MORE THAN TWO WORDS.1426
UNDER RULE IV.—­OF ONLY TWO WORDS.1427
UNDER EXCEPTION I.—­TWO WORDS WITH ADJUNCTS.1428
UNDER EXCEPTION II.—­TWO TERMS CONTRASTED.1428
UNDER EXCEPTION III.—­ALTERNATIVE OF WORDS.1429
UNDER RULE V.—­OF WORDS IN PAIRS.1430
UNDER RULE VI.—­OF WORDS ABSOLUTE.1430
UNDER RULE VII.—­WORDS IN APPOSITION.1431
UNDER EXCEPTIONS CONCERNING APPOSITION.1432
UNDER RULE VIII.—­OF ADJECTIVES.1432
UNDER THE EXCEPTION CONCERNING ADJECTIVES.1432
UNDER RULE IX.—­OF FINITE VERBS.1433
UNDER RULE X.—­OF INFINITIVES.1434
UNDER RULE XI.—­OF PARTICIPLES.1434
UNDER THE EXCEPTION CONCERNING PARTICIPLES.1435
UNDER RULE XII.—­OF ADVERBS.1435
UNDER RULE XIII.—­OF CONJUNCTIONS.1436
UNDER RULE XIV.—­OF PREPOSITIONS.1437
UNDER RULE XV.—­OF INTERJECTIONS.1438
UNDER RULE XVI.—­OF WORDS REPEATED.1438
UNDER RULE XVII.—­OF DEPENDENT QUOTATIONS.1439
SECTION II.—­THE SEMICOLON.1439
RULE I.—­COMPLEX MEMBERS.1439
RULE II.—­SIMPLE MEMBERS.1440
RULE III.—­OF APPOSITION, &C.1440
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.1441
UNDER RULE II.—­OF SIMPLE MEMBERS.1441
MIXED EXAMPLES OF ERROR.1443
SECTION III.—­THE COLON.1444
RULE I.—­ADDITIONAL REMARKS.1444
RULE II.—­GREATER PAUSES.1445
RULE III.—­INDEPENDENT QUOTATIONS.1445
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.1445
UNDER RULE II.—­GREATER PAUSES.1446
UNDER RULE III.—­INDEPENDENT QUOTATIONS.1447
MIXED EXAMPLES OF ERROR.1447
SECTION IV.—­THE PERIOD.1449
RULE I.—­DISTINCT SENTENCES.1449
RULE II.—­ALLIED SENTENCES.1449
RULE III.—­ABBREVIATIONS.1449
OBSERVATIONS.1449
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.1453
UNDER RULE II.—­ALLIED SENTENCES.1454
UNDER RULE III.—­OF ABBREVIATIONS.1454
MIXED EXAMPLES OF ERROR.1455
SECTION V.—­THE DASH.1456
RULE I.—­ABRUPT PAUSES.1456
RULE II.—­EMPHATIC PAUSES.1456
RULE III.—­FAULTY DASHES.1456
OBSERVATIONS.1457
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.1457
UNDER RULE II.—­EMPHATIC PAUSES.1457
UNDER RULE III.—­FAULTY DASHES.1458
MIXED EXAMPLES OF ERROR1458
SECTION VI.—­THE EROTEME.1459
RULE I.—­QUESTIONS DIRECT.1459
RULE II.—­QUESTIONS UNITED.1459
RULE III.—­QUESTIONS INDIRECT.1459
OBSERVATIONS.1460
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.1461
UNDER RULE II.—­QUESTIONS UNITED.1462
UNDER RULE III.—­QUESTIONS INDIRECT.1462
MIXED EXAMPLES OF ERROR.1463
SECTION VII—­THE ECPHONEME.1464
RULE II.—­INVOCATIONS.1464
RULE III.—­EXCLAMATORY QUESTIONS.1464
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.1464
UNDER RULE II.—­OF INVOCATIONS.1465
UNDER RULE III.—­EXCLAMATORY QUESTIONS.1465
MIXED EXAMPLES OF ERROR.1466
SECTION VIII.—­THE CURVES.1466
RULE I.—­THE PARENTHESIS.1467
RULE II.—­INCLUDED POINTS.1467
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.1467
UNDER RULE II.—­OF INCLUDED POINTS.1468
MIXED EXAMPLES OF ERROR.1468
SECTION IX.—­THE OTHER MARKS.1469
IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.1471
BAD ENGLISH BADLY POINTED.1473
LESSON II.—­UNDER VARIOUS RULES.1474
LESSON III.—­UNDER VARIOUS RULES.1475
CHAPTER II—­UTTERANCE.1477
SECTION I.—­OF ARTICULATION.1477
ARTICLE I.—­OF THE DEFINITION.1477
ARTICLE II—­OF GOOD ARTICULATION.1477
SECTION II.—­OF PRONUNCIATION.1478
ARTICLE I—­OF THE POWERS OF LETTERS.1478
ARTICLE II—­OF QUANTITY.1478
ARTICLE III.—­OF ACCENT.1479
OBSERVATIONS.1479
SECTION III.—­OF ELOCUTION.1480
ARTICLE I—­OF EMPHASIS.1480
ARTICLE II.—­OF PAUSES.1481
ARTICLE III.—­OF INFLECTIONS.1482
ARTICLE IV.—­OF TONES.1483
CHAPTER III.—­FIGURES.1484
SECTION I.—­FIGURES OF ORTHOGRAPHY.1484
EXPLANATIONS.1484
SECTION II.—­FIGURES OF ETYMOLOGY.1485
SECTION III.—­FIGURES OF SYNTAX.1486
EXAMPLES OF ELLIPSIS SUPPLIED.1486
OBSERVATIONS.1487
OBSERVATIONS.1489
OBSERVATIONS.1490
SECTION IV.—­FIGURES OF RHETORIC.1492
EXPLANATIONS.1493
SECTION V.—­EXAMPLES FOR PARSING.1497
LESSON I.—­FIGURES OF ORTHOGRAPHY.1497
LESSON II.—­FIGURES OF ETYMOLOGY.1497
LESSON III.—­FIGURES OF SYNTAX.1498
LESSON IV.—­FIGURES OF SYNTAX.1499
LESSON V.—­FIGURES OF SYNTAX.1499
LESSON VI.—­FIGURES OF RHETORIC.1500
LESSON VII.—­FIGURES OF RHETORIC.1501
LESSON VIII.—­FIGURES OF RHETORIC.1501
LESSON IX.—­FIGURES OF RHETORIC.1502
LESSON X.—­FIGURES OF RHETORIC.1502
CHAPTER IV.—­VERSIFICATION.1503
SECTION I.—­OF VERSE.1503
DEFINITIONS AND PRINCIPLES.1503
OBSERVATIONS.1504
SECTION II.—­OF ACCENT AND QUANTITY.1509
OBSERVATIONS.1509
SECTION III.—­OF POETIC FEET.1528
EXPLANATIONS AND DEFINITIONS.1528
OBSERVATIONS.1530
SECTION IV.—­THE KINDS OF VERSE.1547
PRINCIPLES AND NAMES.1547
ORDER I.—­IAMBIC VERSE.1547
MEASURE III.—­IAMBIC OF SIX FEET, OR HEXAMETER.1551
MEASURE VI.—­IAMBIC OF THREE FEET, OR TRIMETER.1557
MEASURE VII.—­IAMBIC OF TWO FEET, OR DIMETER.1559
MEASURE VIII.—­IAMBIC OF ONE FOOT, OR MONOMETER.1562
ORDER II.—­TROCHAIC VERSE.1564
OBSERVATIONS.1564
PART OF A SONG, IN DIALOGUE.1571
PART OF A CHARITY HYMN.1571
MEASURE II.—­TROCHAIC OF SEVEN FEET, OR HEPTAMETER.1572
MEASURE III.—­TROCHAIC OF SIX FEET, OR HEXAMETER.1574
MEASURE IV.—­TROCHAIC OF FIVE FEET, OR PENTAMETER1576
MEASURE V.—­TROCHAIC OF FOUR FEET, OR TETRAMETER.1577
OBSERVATIONS.1581
MEASURE VI.—­TROCHAIC OF THREE FEET, OR TRIMETER.1582
MEASURE VII.—­TROCHAIC OF TWO FEET, OR DIMETER.1584
A LILLIPUTIAN ODE1584
OBSERVATIONS.1586
MEASURE VIII.—­TROCHAIC OF ONE FOOT, OR MONOMETER.1587
OBSERVATIONS.1587
ORDER III.—­ANAPESTIC VERSE.1588
OBSERVATIONS.1590
MEASURE II.—­ANAPESTIC OF THREE FEET, OR TRIMETER.1592
MEASURE III.—­ANAPESTIC OF TWO FEET, OR DIMETER.1593
MEASURE IV.—­ANAPESTIC OF ONE FOOT, OR MONOMETER.1595
OBSERVATIONS.1596
ORDER IV.—­DACTYLIC VERSE.1598
MEASURE I.—­DACTYLIC OF EIGHT FEET, OR OCTOMETER.1598
MEASURE III.—­DACTYLIC OF SIX FEET, OR HEXAMETER.1598
MEASURE IV.—­DACTYLIC OF FIVE FEET, OR PENTAMETER.1598
MEASURE V.—­DACTYLIC OF FOUR FEET, OR TETRAMETER.1599
MEASURE VI.—­DACTYLIC OF THREE FEET, OR TRIMETER.1600
MEASURE VII.—­DACTYLIC OF TWO FEET, OR DIMETER.1600
MEASURE VIII.—­DACTYLIC OF ONE FOOT, OR MONOMETER.1601
ORDER V.—­COMPOSITE VERSE.1605
OBSERVATIONS.1608
SECTION V.—­ORAL EXERCISES.1615
LESSON II.—­RESTORE THE RHYTHM.1616
CHAPTER V.—­QUESTIONS.1617
PART FOURTH, PROSODY.1617
LESSON I.—­OF PUNCTUATION.1617
LESSON II.—­OF THE COMMA.1618
LESSON III.—­OF THE COMMA.1618
LESSON IV.—­OF THE SEMICOLON.1618
LESSON V.—­OF THE COLON.1619
LESSON VI.—­OF THE PERIOD.1619
LESSON VII.—­OF THE DASH.1619
LESSON VIII.—­OF THE EROTEME.1619
LESSON IX—­OF THE ECPHONEME.1619
LESSON X.—­OF THE CURVES.1620
LESSON XI.—­OF THE OTHER MARKS.1620
LESSON XII.—­OF UTTERANCE.1620
LESSON XIII.—­OF PRONUNCIATION.1620
LESSON XIV.—­OF ELOCUTION.1621
LESSON XV.—­OF ELOCUTION.1621
LESSON XVI.—­OF FIGURES.1621
LESSON XVII.—­OF FIGURES.1622
LESSON XVIII.—­OF VERSIFICATION.1622
LESSON XIX.—­OF VERSIFICATION.1622
LESSON XX.—­OF VERSIFICATION.1622
LESSON XXI.—­OF VERSIFICATION.1623
CHAPTER VI.—­FOR WRITING.1623
EXERCISE I.—­PUNCTUATION.1624
EXAMPLES UNDER RULE I.—­OF SIMPLE SENTENCES.1624
UNDER RULE II.—­OF SIMPLE MEMBERS.1624
UNDER RULE III.—­OF MORE THAN TWO WORDS.1624
UNDER RULE IV.—­OF TWO TERMS CONNECTED.1624
UNDER RULE V.—­OF WORDS IN PAIRS.1625
EXERCISE II.—­PUNCTUATION.1625
EXAMPLES UNDER RULE VI.—­OF WORDS PUT ABSOLUTE.1625
UNDER RULE VII.—­OF WORDS IN APPOSITION.1625
UNDER RULE VIII.—­OF ADJECTIVES.1625
UNDER RULE IX.—­OF FINITE VERBS.1626
EXERCISE III.—­PUNCTUATION.1626
UNDER RULE XI.—­OF PARTICIPLES.1626
UNDER RULE XII.—­OF ADVERBS.1626
UNDER RULE XIII.—­OF CONJUNCTIONS.1626
UNDER RULE XV.—­OF INTERJECTIONS.1627
UNDER RULE XVI.—­OF WORDS REPEATED.1627
UNDER RULE XVII.—­OF DEPENDENT QUOTATIONS.1627
EXERCISE IV.—­PUNCTUATION.1627
EXAMPLES UNDER RULE I.—­OF COMPOUND MEMBERS.1627
UNDER RULE II.—­OF SIMPLE MEMBERS.1627
UNDER RULE III.—­OF APPOSITION.1627
UNDER RULE I.—­OF ADDITIONAL REMARKS.1628
UNDER RULE II.—­OF GREATER PAUSES.1628
UNDER RULE III.—­OF INDEPENDENT QUOTATIONS.1628
UNDER RULE I.—­OF DISTINCT SENTENCES.1628
UNDER RULE II.—­OF ALLIED SENTENCES.1628
UNDER RULE III.—­OF ABBREVIATIONS.1628
EXERCISE V.—­PUNCTUATION.1628
EXAMPLES UNDER RULE I.—­OF ABRUPT PAUSES.1629
UNDER RULE II.—­OF EMPHATIC PAUSES.1629
UNDER RULE I.—­OF QUESTIONS DIRECT.1629
UNDER RULE III.—­OF QUESTIONS INDIRECT.1629
UNDER RULE I.—­OF INTERJECTIONS.1629
UNDER RULE II.—­OF INVOCATIONS.1630
UNDER RULE I.—­OF THE PARENTHESIS.1630
EXERCISE VI.—­PUNCTUATION.1630
EXERCISE VII.—­PUNCTUATION.1631
EXERCISE VIII.—­SCANNING.1632
EXERCISE IX.—­SCANNING.1633
THE END OF PART FOURTH.1634
CHAPTER I.—­OF LETTERS.  CORRECTIONS RESPECTING CAPITALS.1634
UNDER RULE II.—­OF FIRST WORDS.1635
UNDER RULE IV.—­OF PROPER NAMES.1637
UNDER RULE V.—­OF TITLES.1638
UNDER RULE VI.—­OF ONE CAPITAL.1638
UNDER RULE VII.—­OF TWO CAPITALS.1639
UNDER RULE VIII.—­OF COMPOUNDS.1640
UNDER RULE IX.—­OF APPOSITION.1640
UNDER RULE XI.—­OF DERIVATIVES.1641
UNDER RULE XII.—­OF I AND O.1642
UNDER RULE XIII.—­OF POETRY.1642
UNDER RULE XV.—­OF CHIEF WORDS.1643
UNDER RULE XVI.—­OF NEEDLESS CAPITALS.1644
PROMISCUOUS CORRECTIONS RESPECTING CAPITALS.1644
LESSON II.—­MIXED EXAMPLES.1646
LESSON III.—­MIXED EXAMPLES.1647
CHAPTER II.—­OF SYLLABLES.1647
LESSON III.—­MIXED EXAMPLES.1649
CHAPTER III.—­OF WORDS.1649
RULE II.—­SIMPLES.1650
RULE III.—­THE SENSE.1651
RULE IV.—­ELLIPSES.1652
RULE V.—­THE HYPHEN.1653
RULE VI.—­NO HYPHEN.1654
PROMISCUOUS CORRECTIONS IN THE FIGURE OF WORDS.1654
LESSON II.—­MIXED EXAMPLES.1655
LESSON III.—­MIXED EXAMPLES.1656
CHAPTER IV.—­OF SPELLING.1657
RULE II.—­OTHER FINALS.1658
RULE III.—­DOUBLING.1658
RULE IV—­NO DOUBLING.1659
RULE V.—­FINAL CK.1661
RULE VI.—­RETAINING.1661
RULE VII.—­RETAINING.1662
RULE VIII.—­FINAL LL.1663
RULE IX.—­FINAL E.1663
RULE X.—­FINAL E.1664
RULE XI.—­FINAL Y.1664
RULE XII.—­FINAL Y.1665
RULE XIII.—­IZE AND ISE.1666
RULE XIV.—­COMPOUNDS.1667
RULE XV.—­USAGE.1668
PROMISCUOUS CORRECTIONS OF FALSE SPELLING.1669
LESSON II.—­MIXED EXAMPLES.1670
LESSON III.—­MIXED EXAMPLES.1671
THE KEY.—­PART II.—­ETYMOLOGY.1672
CHAPTER I.—­PARTS OF SPEECH.1672
CHAPTER II.—­ARTICLES.1672
LESSON II.—­ARTICLES INSERTED.1673
LESSON III.—­ARTICLES OMITTED.1674
LESSON IV.—­ARTICLES CHANGED.1675
LESSON V.—­MIXED EXAMPLES.1676
CHAPTER III.—­NOUNS.1677
LESSON II.—­CASES.1678
LESSON III.—­MIXED EXAMPLES.1679
CHAPTER IV.—­ADJECTIVES.1680
LESSON II.—­MIXED EXAMPLES.1681
LESSON III.—­MIXED EXAMPLES.1683
CHAPTER V.—­PRONOUNS.1684
LESSON II.—­DECLENSIONS.1685
LESSON III.—­MIXED EXAMPLES.1686
CHAPTER VI.—­VERBS.1688
LESSON II.—­MIXED EXAMPLES.1689
LESSON III—­MIXED EXAMPLES.1690
CHAPTER VII.—­PARTICIPLES.1692
LESSON II.—­REGULARS.1693
LESSON III.—­MIXED EXAMPLES.1693
CHAPTER VIII.—­ADVERBS.1695
CHAPTER IX.—­CONJUNCTIONS.1696
CHAPTER X.—­PREPOSITIONS.1697
CHAPTER XI.—­INTERJECTIONS.1699
THE KEY.—­PART III.—­SYNTAX.1700
CHAPTER I.—­SENTENCES.1700
CHAPTER II.—­ARTICLES.1700
UNDER NOTE II.—­AN OR A WITH PLURALS.1701
UNDER NOTE III.—­NOUNS CONNECTED.1702
UNDER NOTE IV.—­ADJECTIVES CONNECTED.1702
UNDER NOTE V.—­ADJECTIVES CONNECTED.1703
UNDER NOTE VI.—­ARTICLES OR PLURALS.1703
UNDER NOTE VII.—­CORRESPONDENT TERMS.1704
UNDER NOTE VIII.—­CORRESPONDENCE PECULIAR.1705
UNDER NOTE IX.—­A SERIES OF TERMS.1705
UNDER NOTE X.—­SPECIES AND GENUS.1706
UNDER NOTE XI.—­ARTICLES NOT REQUISITE.1707
UNDER NOTE XII.—­TITLES AND NAMES.1707
UNDER NOTE XIII.—­COMPARISONS AND ALTERNATIVES.1708
UNDER NOTE XIV.—­ANTECEDENTS TO WHO OR WHICH.1708
UNDER NOTE XV.—­PARTICIPIAL NOUNS.1709
UNDER NOTE XVI.—­PARTICIPLES, NOT NOUNS.1709
UNDER NOTE XVII.—­VARIOUS ERRORS.1710
CHAPTER III.—­CASES, OR NOUNS.1711
CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE III; OF APPOSITION.1712
CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE IV; OF POSSESSIVES.1713
UNDER NOTE II.—­POSSESSIVES CONNECTED.1714
UNDER NOTE III.—­CHOICE OF FORMS.1715
UNDER NOTE IV.—­NOUNS WITH POSSESSIVES PLURAL.1716
UNDER NOTE V.—­POSSESSIVES WITH PARTICIPLES.1716
CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE V; OF OBJECTIVES.1717
UNDER NOTE I.—­OF VERBS TRANSITIVE.1718
UNDER NOTE II.—­OF VERBS INTRANSITIVE.1719
UNDER NOTE III.—­OF VERBS MISAPPLIED.1720
UNDER NOTE IV.—­OF PASSIVE VERBS.1720
UNDER NOTE V.—­OF PASSIVE VERBS TRANSITIVE.1721
UNDER NOTE VI.—­OF PERFECT PARTICIPLES.1722
UNDER NOTE VII.—­OF CONSTRUCTIONS AMBIGUOUS.1723
UNDER NOTE VIII.—­OF YE AND YOU IN SCRIPTURE.1724
CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE VI; OF SAME CASES.1724
UNDER NOTE I.—­OF THE CASE DOUBTFUL.1725
UNDER NOTE II.—­OF FALSE IDENTIFICATION.1726
CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE VII; OF OBJECTIVES.1727
CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE VIII; NOM.  ABSOLUTE.1728
CHAPTER IV.—­ADJECTIVES.1729
UNDER NOTE II.—­OF FIXED NUMBERS.1730
UNDER NOTE III.—­OF RECIPROCALS.1730
UNDER NOTE IV.—­OF COMPARATIVES.1731
UNDER NOTE V.—­OF SUPERLATIVES.1731
UNDER NOTE VI.—­OF INCLUSIVE TERMS.1732
UNDER NOTE VII.—­EXTRA COMPARISONS.1733
UNDER NOTE VIII.—­ADJECTIVES CONNECTED.1734
UNDER NOTE X.—­ADJECTIVES FOR ADVERBS.1735
UNDER NOTE XI.—­THEM FOR THOSE.1735
UNDER NOTE XII.—­THIS AND THAT.1736
UNDER NOTE XIII.—­EITHER AND NEITHER.1736
UNDER NOTE XIV.—­WHOLE, LESS, MORE, AND MOST.1737
UNDER NOTE XV.—­PARTICIPIAL ADJECTIVES.1737
UNDER NOTE XVI.—­FIGURE OF ADJECTIVES.1738
CHAPTER V.—­PRONOUNS.1738
UNDER NOTE I.—­PRONOUNS WRONG—­OR NEEDLESS.1739
UNDER NOTE II.—­CHANGE OF NUMBER.1740
UNDER NOTE III.—­WHO AND WHICH.1741
UNDER NOTE IV.—­NOUNS OF MULTITUDE.1741
UNDER NOTE V.—­CONFUSION OF SENSES.1742
UNDER NOTE VI.—­THE RELATIVE THAT.1743
UNDER NOTE VII.—­RELATIVE CLAUSES CONNECTED.1744
UNDER NOTE VIII.—­THE RELATIVE AND PREPOSITION.1745
UNDER NOTE X.—­REPEAT THE NOUN.1746
UNDER NOTE XI.—­PLACE OF THE RELATIVE.1747
UNDER NOTE XII.—­WHAT FOR THAT.1747
UNDER NOTE XIII.—­ADJECTIVES FOR ANTECEDENTS.1748
UNDER NOTE XIV.—­SENTENCES FOR ANTECEDENTS.1748
UNDER NOTE XV.—­REPEAT THE PRONOUN.1749
UNDER NOTE XVI.—­CHANGE THE ANTECEDENT.1749
CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE XI; OF PRONOUNS.1750
UNDER NOTE I.—­THE IDEA OF UNITY.1750
UNDER NOTE II.—­UNIFORMITY OF NUMBER.1751
CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE XII; OF PRONOUNS.1751
CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE XIII; OF PRONOUNS.1752
CHAPTER VI.—­VERBS.1753
UNDER NOTE I.—­THE RELATIVE AND VERB.1755
UNDER NOTE II.—­NOMINATIVE WITH ADJUNCTS.1756
UNDER NOTE III.—­COMPOSITE OR CONVERTED SUBJECTS.1758
UNDER NOTE IV.—­EACH, ONE, EITHER, AND NEITHER.1758
UNDER NOTE V.—­VERB BETWEEN TWO NOMINATIVES.1759
UNDER NOTE VI.—­CHANGE OF THE NOMINATIVE.1760
UNDER NOTE VII.—­FORMS ADAPTED TO DIFFERENT STYLES.1761
UNDER NOTE VIII.—­EXPRESS THE NOMINATIVE.1762
UNDER NOTE IX.—­APPLICATION OF MOODS.1763
UNDER NOTE X.—­FALSE SUBJUNCTIVES.1765
CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE XV AND ITS NOTE.1766
UNDER THE NOTE.—­THE IDEA OF UNITY.1766
CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE XVI AND ITS NOTES.1767
UNDER THE RULE ITSELF.—­THE VERB BEFORE JOINT NOMINATIVES.1768
UNDER NOTE I.—­CHANGE THE CONNECTIVE.1769
UNDER NOTE II.—­AFFIRMATION WITH NEGATION.1770
UNDER NOTE III.—­AS WELL AS, BUT, OR SAVE.1770
UNDER NOTE IV.—­EACH, EVERY, OR NO.1771
UNDER NOTE VI.—­ELLIPTICAL CONSTRUCTIONS.1772
UNDER NOTE VII.—­DISTINCT SUBJECT PHRASES.1773
CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE XVII AND ITS NOTES.1774
UNDER THE RULE ITSELF.—­NOMINATIVES CONNECTED BY NOR.1775
UNDER NOTE I.—­NOMINATIVES THAT DISAGREE.1776
UNDER NOTE II.—­COMPLETE THE CONCORD.1776
UNDER NOTE III.—­PLACE OF THE FIRST PERSON.1777
UNDER NOTE IV.—­DISTINCT SUBJECT PHRASES.1777
UNDER NOTE V.—­MAKE THE VERBS AGREE.1778
UNDER NOTE VI.—­USE SEPARATE NOMINATIVES.1778
UNDER NOTE VII.—­MIXTURE OF DIFFERENT STYLES.1779
UNDER NOTE VIII.—­CONFUSION OF MOODS.1780
UNDER NOTE IX.—­IMPROPER ELLIPSES.1780
UNDER NOTE X.—­DO, USED AS A SUBSTITUTE.1781
UNDER NOTE XI.—­PRETERITS AND PARTICIPLES.1782
UNDER NOTE XII.—­OF VERBS CONFOUNDED.1782
UNDER NOTE XIII.—­WORDS THAT EXPRESS TIME.1783
UNDER NOTE XIV.—­VERBS OF COMMANDING, &C.1785
UNDER NOTE XV.—­PERMANENT PROPOSITIONS.1785
CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE XVIII; INFINITIVES.1785
CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE XIX.—­OF INFINITIVES.1786
CHAPTER VII.—­PARTICIPLES.1787
UNDER NOTE II.—­ARTICLES REQUIRE OF.1787
UNDER NOTE II.—­ADJECTIVES REQUIRE OF.1789
UNDER NOTE II.—­POSSESSIVES REQUIRE OF.1789
UNDER NOTE III.—­CHANGE THE EXPRESSION.1790
UNDER NOTE IV.—­DISPOSAL OF ADVERBS.1791
UNDER NOTE V.—­OF PARTICIPLES WITH ADJECTIVES.1792
UNDER NOTE VI.—­OF COMPOUND VERBAL NOUNS.1793
UNDER NOTE IX.—­VERBS OF PREVENTING.1796
UNDER NOTE X.—­THE LEADING WORD IN SENSE.1797
UNDER NOTE XI.—­REFERENCE OF PARTICIPLES.1798
UNDER NOTE XII.—­OF PARTICIPLES AND NOUNS.1800
UNDER NOTE XIII.—­PERFECT PARTICIPLES.1801
CHAPTER VIII.—­ADVERBS.1801
UNDER NOTE II.—­ADVERBS FOR ADJECTIVES.1802
UNDER NOTE III.—­HERE FOR HITHER, &C.1803
UNDER NOTE IV.—­FROM HENCE, &C.1803
UNDER NOTE V.—­THE ADVERB HOW.1803
UNDER NOTE VI.—­WHEN, WHILE, OR WHERE.1803
UNDER NOTE VII.—­THE ADVERB NO FOR NOT.1805
UNDER NOTE VIII.—­OF DOUBLE NEGATIVES.1805
UNDER NOTE IX.—­EVER AND NEVER.1806
UNDER NOTE X.—­OF THE FORM OF ADVERBS.1806
CHAPTER IX.—­CONJUNCTIONS.1807
UNDER NOTE II.—­OF HETEROGENEOUS TERMS.1808
UNDER NOTE III.—­IMPORT OF CONJUNCTIONS.1808
UNDER NOTE IV.—­THE CONJUNCTION THAN.1809
UNDER NOTE V.—­RELATIVES EXCLUDE CONJUNCTIONS.1810
UNDER NOTE VI.—­OF THE WORD THAT.1811
UNDER NOTE VII.—­OF THE CORRESPONDENTS.1812
UNDER NOTE VIII.—­IMPROPER ELLIPSES.1813
CHAPTER X.—­PREPOSITIONS.1814
UNDER NOTE II.—­TWO OBJECTS OR MORE.1815
UNDER NOTE III.—­OMISSION OF PREPOSITIONS.1816
UNDER NOTE IV.—­OF NEEDLESS PREPOSITIONS.1817
UNDER NOTE V.—­THE PLACING OF THE WORDS.1818
CHAPTER XI.—­PROMISCUOUS EXERCISES.1819
LESSON II.—­ANY PARTS OF SPEECH.1821
LESSON III.—­ANY PARTS OF SPEECH.1823
CHAPTER XII.—­GENERAL REVIEW.1824
LESSON II.—­NOUNS, OR CASES.1826
LESSON III.—­ADJECTIVES.1828
LESSON IV.—­PRONOUNS.1829
LESSON V.—­VERBS.1831
LESSON VI.—­VERBS.1832
LESSON VII.—­PARTICIPLES.1834
LESSON VIII.—­ADVERBS.1836
LESSON IX.—­CONJUNCTIONS.1838
LESSON X.—­PREPOSITIONS.1839
LESSON XI.—­PROMISCUOUS.1841
LESSON XII.—­TWO ERRORS.1842
LESSON XIII.—­TWO ERRORS1844
LESSON XIV.—­TWO ERRORS.1846
LESSON XV.—­THREE ERRORS.1848
LESSON XVI.—­THREE ERRORS.1850
LESSON XVII.—­MANY ERRORS.1851
LESSON XVIII.—­MANY ERRORS.1853
CHAPTER XIII—­GENERAL RULE.1855
LESSON II.—­NOUNS.1857
LESSON III.—­ADJECTIVES.1858
LESSON IV.—­PRONOUNS.1860
LESSON V.—­VERBS.1861
LESSON VI.—­PARTICIPLES.1862
LESSON VII.—­ADVERBS.1864
LESSON VIII.—­CONJUNCTIONS.1865
LESSON IX.—­PREPOSITIONS.1866
LESSON X.—­MIXED EXAMPLES.1867
LESSON XI.—­OF BAD PHRASES.1869
LESSON XII.—­OF TWO ERRORS.1871
LESSON XIII.—­OF TWO ERRORS.1872
LESSON XIV.—­OF THREE ERRORS.1874
LESSON XV.—­OF MANY ERRORS.1876
LESSON XVI.—­OF MANY ERRORS.1878
CORRECTIONS UNDER THE CRITICAL NOTES.1880
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE II.—­OF DOUBTFUL REFERENCE.1881
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE III.—­OF DEFINITIONS.1883
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE IV.—­OF COMPARISONS.1885
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE V.—­OF FALSITIES.1886
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE VI.—­OF ABSURDITIES.1889
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE VII.—­OF SELF-CONTRADICTION.1891
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE VIII.—­OF SENSELESS JUMBLING.1893
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE IX.—­OF WORDS NEEDLESS.1894
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE X.—­OF IMPROPER OMISSIONS.1896
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE XI.—­OF LITERARY BLUNDERS.1898
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE XII—­OF PERVERSIONS.1900
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE XIII.—­OF AWKWARDNESS.1902
UNDER CRITICAL NOTE XIV.—­OF IGNORANCE.1904
PROMISCUOUS CORRECTIONS OF FALSE SYNTAX.1905
LESSON II.—­UNDER VARIOUS RULES.1907
LESSON III.—­UNDER VARIOUS RULES.1909
LESSON IV.—­UNDER VARIOUS RULES.1911
LESSON V.—­UNDER VARIOUS RULES.1913
THE KEY.—­PART IV.—­PROSODY.1915
CHAPTER I.—­PUNCTUATION.1915
UNDER THE EXCEPTION CONCERNING SIMPLE SENTENCES.1916
UNDER RULE II.—­OF SIMPLE MEMBERS.1916
UNDER THE EXCEPTIONS CONCERNING SIMPLE MEMBERS.1917
UNDER RULE III.—­OF MORE THAN TWO WORDS.1918
UNDER RULE IV.—­OF ONLY TWO WORDS.1918
UNDER EXCEPTION I.—­TWO WORDS WITH ADJUNCTS.1919
UNDER EXCEPTION II.—­TWO TERMS CONTRASTED.1919
UNDER EXCEPTION III.—­OF AN ALTERNATIVE OF WORDS.1920
UNDER EXCEPTION IV.—­OF A SECOND COMMA.1920
UNDER RULE V.—­OF WORDS IN PAIRS.1920
UNDER RULE VI.—­OF WORDS ABSOLUTE.1921
UNDER RULE VII.—­OF WORDS IN APPOSITION.1921
UNDER THE EXCEPTIONS CONCERNING APPOSITION.1922
UNDER RULE VIII.—­OF ADJECTIVES.1922
UNDER THE EXCEPTION CONCERNING ADJECTIVES.1922
UNDER RULE IX.—­OF FINITE VERBS.1923
UNDER RULE X.—­OF INFINITIVES.1923
UNDER RULE XI.—­OF PARTICIPLES.1924
UNDER THE EXCEPTION CONCERNING PARTICIPLES.1924
UNDER RULE XII.—­OF ADVERBS.1924
UNDER RULE XIII.—­OF CONJUNCTIONS.1925
UNDER RULE XIV.—­OF PREPOSITIONS.1925
UNDER RULE XV.—­OF INTERJECTIONS.1926
UNDER RULE XVI.—­OF WORDS REPEATED.1926
UNDER RULE XVII.—­OF DEPENDENT QUOTATIONS.1927
SECTION II.—­THE SEMICOLON.1927
UNDER RULE III.—­OF APPOSITION, &C.1928
MIXED EXAMPLES CORRECTED.1929
SECTION III.—­THE COLON.1930
UNDER RULE II.—­OF GREATER PAUSES.1931
UNDER RULE III.—­OF INDEPENDENT QUOTATIONS.1931
MIXED EXAMPLES CORRECTED.1932
SECTION IV.—­THE PERIOD.1933
UNDER RULE II.—­OF ALLIED SENTENCES.1934
UNDER RULE III.—­OF ABBREVIATIONS.1934
SECTION V.—­THE DASH.1935
UNDER RULE II.—­OF EMPHATIC PAUSES.1936
UNDER RULE III.—­OF FAULTY DASHES.1936
MIXED EXAMPLES CORRECTED.1936
SECTION VI.—­THE EROTEME.1937
UNDER RULE II.—­OF QUESTIONS UNITED.1937
UNDER RULE III.—­OF QUESTIONS INDIRECT.1937
MIXED EXAMPLES CORRECTED.1938
SECTION VII—­THE ECPHONEME.1938
UNDER RULE II.—­OF INVOCATIONS.1939
UNDER RULE III.—­OF EXCLAMATORY QUESTIONS.1939
MIXED EXAMPLES CORRECTED.1939
SECTION VIII.—­THE CURVES.1940
UNDER RULE II.—­OF INCLUDED POINTS.1940
MIXED EXAMPLES CORRECTED.1941
SECTION IX.—­ALL POINTS.1941
GOOD ENGLISH RIGHTLY POINTED.1943
LESSON II—­UNDER VARIOUS RULES.1945
LESSON III.—­UNDER VARIOUS RULES.1946
CHAPTER II.—­UTTERANCE.1947
CHAPTER III.—­FIGURES.1947
CHAPTER IV.—­VERSIFICATION.1947
LESSON II.—­RHYTHM RESTORED.1948
APPENDIX I. TO PART FIRST, OR ORTHOGRAPHY.  OF THE SOUNDS OF THE LETTERS.1949
OBSERVATIONS.1949
I. OF THE LETTER A.1952
OBSERVATIONS.1952
DIPHTHONGS BEGINNING WITH A.1955
TRIPHTHONGS BEGINNING WITH A.1956
II.  OF THE LETTER B.1956
III.  OF THE LETTER C.1956
IV.  OF THE LETTER D.1957
V. OF THE LETTER E.1957
DIPHTHONGS BEGINNING WITH E.1958
TRIPHTHONGS BEGINNING WITH E.1959
VI.  OF THE LETTER F.1960
VII.  OF THE LETTER G.1960
VIII.  OF THE LETTER H.1960
IX.  OF THE LETTER I.1960
DIPHTHONGS BEGINNING WITH I.1961
TRIPHTHONGS BEGINNING WITH I.1961
X. OF THE LETTER J.1961
XI.  OF THE LETTER K.1961
XII.  OF THE LETTER L.1962
XIII.  OF THE LETTER M.1962
XIV.  OF THE LETTER N.1962
XV.  OF THE LETTER O.1962
DIPHTHONGS BEGINNING WITH O.1963
TRIPHTHONGS BEGINNING WITH O.1964
XVI.  OF THE LETTER P.1964
XVII.  OF THE LETTER Q.1964
XVIII.  OF THE LETTER R.1964
OBSERVATIONS.1964
XIX.  OF THE LETTER S.1966
XX.  OF THE LETTER T.1966
XXI.  OF THE LETTER U.1967
DIPHTHONGS BEGINNING WITH U.1968
TRIPHTHONGS BEGINNING WITH U.1968
XXII.  OF THE LETTER V.1968
XXIII.  OF THE LETTER W.1969
XXIV.  OF THE LETTER X.1969
XXV.  OF THE LETTER Y.1969
XXVI.  OF THE LETTER Z.1970
END OF THE FIRST APPENDIX.1970
APPENDIX II.1970
SECTION I.—­DERIVATION OF THE ARTICLES.1971
OBSERVATIONS.1972
SECTION II.—­DERIVATION OF NOUNS.1973
SECTION III.—­DERIVATION OF ADJECTIVES.1975
SECTION IV.—­DERIVATION OF THE PRONOUNS.1977
OBSERVATIONS.1979
SECTION V.—­DERIVATION OF VERBS.1980
SECTION VI.—­DERIVATION OF PARTICIPLES.1980
SECTION VII.—­DERIVATION OF ADVERBS.1981
OBSERVATIONS.1981
SECTION VIII.—­DERIVATION OF CONJUNCTIONS.1982
SECTION IX.—­DERIVATION OF PREPOSITIONS.1984
OBSERVATION.1987
SECTION X.—­DERIVATION OF INTERJECTIONS.1988
SECTION XI—­EXPLANATION OF THE PREFIXES.1988
CLASS I—­THE ENGLISH OR ANGLO-SAXON PREFIXES.1988
CLASS II.—­THE LATIN PREFIXES.1989
CLASS III.—­THE GREEK PREFIXES.1991
CLASS IV.—­THE FRENCH PREFIXES.1992
END OF THE SECOND APPENDIX1992
APPENDIX III TO PART THIRD, OR SYNTAX.1992
SECTION I.—­OF PURITY.1994
SECTION II.—­OF PROPRIETY.1994
SECTION III.—­OF PRECISION.1995
OBSERVATION.1996
SECTION IV.—­OF PERSPICUITY.1997
SECTION V.—­OF UNITY.1998
SECTION VI.—­OF STRENGTH.1999
END OF THE THIRD APPENDIX.2000
APPENDIX IV.2000
POETICAL PECULIARITIES.2000
THE END OF APPENDIX FOURTH2007
INDEX TO THE GRAMMAR OF ENGLISH GRAMMARS.2007
B.2015
C.2016
D.2021
E.2023
F.2025
G.2026
H.2027
I.2029
J.2032
K.2032
L.2032
M.2034
N.2036
O.2038
P.2040
Q.2052
R.2053
S.2055
T.2060
U.2063
V.2064
W.2066
X.2069
Y.2069
Z.2069
THE END OF THE INDEX,2069
FOOTNOTES: 2070
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