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    The 'Five Types' in Anglo-Saxon VerseMLR

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    1. Certayne notes of instruction in English verse 1575.2. The steele glas ... 1576. 3. The complaynt of Philomene ... 1576. Preceded by George Whetstone's A remembrance of the well imployed life, and godly end of George Gascoigne, Esquire.

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    1. Verner's law in Gothic.

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    135000 words spelled and pronounced,together with valuable hints and illustrations for the use of capitals, italics, numerals, and compound words ... designed for office, school, and library use

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    Abbot Ælfric's rhythmic prose.MP

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    About RhymeLippincott's monthly magazine.

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    An abridgement of lectures on rhetoric

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    An abridgement of Lectures on rhetoric

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    An abridgement of Lectures on rhetoric

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    An abridgement of Lectures on rhetoric

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    An abridgement of Lectures on Rhetoric.

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    An abridgement of the last quarto edition of Ainsworth's dictionary, English and Latin.... By Thomas Morell, ...

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    An abridgment of Elements of criticism

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    An abridgment of Elements of criticism

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    An abridgment of L. Murray's English grammar.With an appendix, containing an exemplification of the parts of speech, and exercises in syntax. Designed for the use of the younger class of learners. By Lindley Murray.

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    An abridgment of L. Murray's English grammar.With an appendix, containing an exemplification of the parts of speech, and exercises in syntax. Designed for the use of the younger class of learners. By Lindley Murray.

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    An abridgment of L. Murray's English grammar.With an appendix, containing an exemplification of the parts of speech, and exercises in syntax. Designed for the use of the younger class of learners. By Lindley Murray.

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    An abridgment of L. Murray's English grammar.With an appendix, containing an exemplification of the parts of speech. Designed for the use of the youngest class of learners. By Lindley Murray.

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    An abridgment of lectures on rhetoric... with appropriate questions to each chapter,

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    An abridgment of lectures on rhetoric

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    An abridgment of lectures on rhetoric

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    An abridgment of lectures on rhetoric

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    An abridgment of Lectures on rhetoric

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    Abridgment of Lectures on rhetoric

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    An abridgment of Lectures on rhetoric,

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    An abridgment of lectures on rhetoric.

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    An abridgment of Lectures on rhetoric.

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    An abridgment of lectures on rhetorick

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    An abridgment of Lectures on rhetorick

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    The abridgment of the new method of learning easily and expeditiously the Greek tongue.Translated from the French of Messieurs de Port Royal. With considerable improvements. To which is added, an abridgment of the Greek roots. For the Use of Schools.

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    An abstract of English grammar and rhetoriccontaining the chief principles and rules of both arts, necessary to the Writing the Language Correctly and Handsomely. In a New, Easy, and Distinct Method. Designed to Introduce the English Scholar to a just Notion of the Propriety, and Beauty, of his Mother Tongue. By Daniel Turner.

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    An abstract of English grammar and rhetoricContaining the chief principles and rules of both arts, necessary to the writing the language correctly and handsomely. In a new, easy, and distinct method. Designed to introduce the English scholar to a just notion of the propriety, and beauty, of his mother tongue. By Daniel Turner.

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    An abstract of English grammar with questions.Formed on the plan of Grammatik der Englischen Sprache

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    An abstract of English grammar, including rhetoric and pronunciation. By Samuel Edwards, school-master, in Golden-lane

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    The abuse of the singing & speaking voice;causes, effects, and treatment,

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    The academical speaker :a selection of extracts in prose and verse, from ancient and modern authors : adapted for exercises in elocution

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    The academical speaker:a selection of extracts in prose and verse, from ancient and modern authors, adapted for exercises in elocution.

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    Accent a Guiding Principle, not Merely of the Old Comic Metres, but Generally of Latin Poetry; and First of Virgil's HexametersTransactions of the Philological Society

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    Accent and Ictus in the Latin Elegiac DistichTransactions and proceedings of the American Philological Association

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    Accent Collation of Caedmon's Genesis BModern language notes.

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    Accentual Rhythm in LatinHarvard studies in classical philology

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    Accentus redivivi, or, A defense of an accented pronunciation of Greek prose :shewing it to be conformable to all antiquity ; together with an answer to the objections of Mekerchus, Isaac Vossius, Henninius, and other modern opposers of Greek accents

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    The accidenceor first rudiments of English grammar. Designed for the use of young ladies. By Ellin Devis.

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    The accidenceOr, First rudiments of English grammar, designed chiefly for the use of young ladies. With an appendix, containing examples of grammatical construction; of the method of supplying the elliptical words; and of analyzing sentences. Also maxims and reflections, by way of exercises for learners; and some occasional remarks and references. By Ellin Devis.

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    The accidence; or first rudiments of English grammar.Designed for the use of young ladies. By Ellin Devis.

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    The accidence; or first rudiments of English grammar.Designed for the use of young ladies. By Ellin Devis.

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    The accidence; or first rudiments of English grammar.Designed for the use of young ladies. By Ellin Devis.

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    The accidence; or first rudiments of English grammar.Designed for the use of young ladies. With an appendix, Containing An Example of Grammatical Construction; Maxims and Reflections, by way of Exercises for Learners; and some occasional Remarks and References. By a lady.

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    The accidence; or first rudiments of English grammar.Designed for the use of young ladies. With an appendix, Containing Examples of Grammatical Construction; of the Method of supplying the Elliptical Words; and of analyzing Sentences. Also Maxims and Reflections, by way of Exercises for Learners; and some occasional Remarrs and References. By Ellin Devis.

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    The accidence; or, First rudiments of English grammar ...

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