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    The 'Five Types' in Anglo-Saxon VerseMLR

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    'Logaoedic' metre in Greek comedy.

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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 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 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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    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 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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    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 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.

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    The accidence; or, First rudiments of the Latin tongue, for the useof youth.

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    The accidences of the parts of speechor the rudiments of etymology. After a new and easie method. Containing, 1. The alphabet with its division, and the definitions of the eight parts of speech most intelligible by youth; Page 1: 2. The accidences of noun and pronoun with their examples and all that relates to them; from Page 2 till 8. 3. Verb & its accidences, with four regular examples & some irregular. and what necessarily belongs thereto, all exposed by way of Tables, to one glance of the Eye; for the help of the Local Memory. from P, 8, till 17, 4. Participle with all that relates thereto, adverbs, prepositions, interjections and conjunctions, with their English, and all that may necessarily relate to them, Page 17 to the end.

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    An ACCOUNT of the ensuing POEM, In a LETTER to the Honourable Sir ROBERT HOWARD.The miscellaneous works of John Dryden, Esq; containing all his original poems, tales, and translations, in four volumes. ...

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    AN ACCOUNT OF THE ENSUING POEM, IN A LETTER TO THE HONOURABLE SIR ROBERT HOWARD.A collection of the English poets, containing the poetical works of Pope. Dryden. Swift. Prior. Gay. Shenston. Pomfret. Gray & Littleton. Thomson. Young. In twenty volumes. ...

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    An accurate new spelling dictionary, and expositor of the English language.Containing a much larger collection of modern words than any book of the kind and price extant: and shewing how the same are to be written correctly, and pronounced properly; with the different meanings or significations of each word. To which is added, an entire new dictionary of all the Heathen Gods and Goddesses: and also of the illustrious heroes treated of by Homer, Virgil, Ovid, and other antient poets: with a summary account of their origin, descent, expolits, &c. To the whole is prefixed, a compendious, practical grammar of the English language. By A. Fisher, author of the practical new English grammar, with exercises of bad English: the new English tutor, calculated for the new method of teaching, &c.

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    The accusative with infinitive and some kindred constructions in English,

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    Acting and the art of speech :at the Paris Conservatoire. Hints on reading, reciting, acting, and the cure of stammering

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    The actor's art;a practical treatise on stage declamation, public speaking, and deportment, for the use of artists, students, and amateurs, including a sketch on the history of the theatre, from the Greeks to the present time.

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    THE ACTOR. ADDRESSED TO BONNELL THORNTON, Esq; BY THE SAME.A collection of the most esteemed pieces of poetry, that have appeared for several years. With variety of originals, by the late Moses Mendez, Esq; and other contributors to Dodsley's Collection. To which this is intended as a supplement

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    Additional NoteWorks ...

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    Additional Observations [on "English Metre"]Transactions of the Philological Society

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    Additions and emendations to the grammatical commentaries with a reply to Mr. William Symes, Master of St. Saviour's School in Southwark. By Richard Johnson. M. A. Master of the Free-School in Nottingham

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    Address delivered before the Associated Instructors of Boston and its vicinity, on their anniversary, Oct. 10, 1816

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    The advance of English poetry in the twentieth century

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    Advanced course of composition and rhetoric:a series of practical lessons on the origin, history and peculiarities of the English language ... Adapted to self instruction, and the use of schools and colleges.

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    Advanced elocution;designed as a practical treatise for teachers and students in vocal training, articulation, physical culture and gesture,

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    Advanced elocution;designed as a practical treatise for teachers and students in vocal training, articulation, physical culture and gesture,

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    An advanced English grammar,with exercises,

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    Advanced lessons in English :composition, analysis, and grammar

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    Advanced lessons in English grammar :for use in higher grammar classes

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    Advanced lessons in everyday English,

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    Advanced pages of Elements of English grammar,

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    Advanced readings and recitations,

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    The Advancement and Reformation of Modern PoetryMiscellaneous tracts

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    The adventures of Doctor Comicusor The frolicks of fortune. A comic satirical poem for the squeamish & the queer. In twelve cantos,