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    Intellectual and practical grammar, in a series of inductive questions, connected with exercises in composition.

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    Introduction to the literature of Europe in the fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth centuries

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    Introduction to the literature of Europe in the fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth centuries

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    Introduction to the literature of Europe, in the fifteenth, sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

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    Irregular Epic Metres: A Comparative Study of the Metre of the Poem of the Cid and of Certain Anglo-Norman, Franco-Italian, and Venetian Epic PoemsHomenaje ofrecido a Menéndez Pidal;

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    The Kraze for 'KAmerican speech.

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    Language lessons

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    Lectures on rhetoric and belles lettres

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    Lectures on rhetoric and oratory :delivered to the classes of senior and junior sophisters in Harvard University

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    Lectures on the British poets

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    Lessons in English ...

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    Lessons in language:an introduction to the study of English grammar

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    Lessons in the speaking and writing of English

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    A Letter to a Musician on English ProsodyThe Musical antiquary

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    A literary history of the English people from the renaissance to the civil war

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    The lives of the most eminent English poets;with critical observations on their works.

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    The method of teaching and studying the belles lettres;or, An introduction to languages, poetry, rhetoric, history, moral philosophy, physics, &c. ...

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    The Miller-Kinkead lessons in English

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    Minstrelsy, ancient and modern;with an historical introduction and notes.

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    The modern course in English

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    The new English,

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    The new Webster-Cooley course in English ...

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    no. 39. Saturday, April 14The Spectator

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    no. 40. Monday, April 16The Spectator

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    no. 58. Monday, May 7The Spectator

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    no. 59. Tuesday, May 8The Spectator

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    no. 60. Wednesday, May 9The Spectator

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    no. 70. Monday, May 21The Spectator

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    no. 74. Friday, May 25The Spectator

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    Of the origin and progress of language.

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    On early English pronunciation :with special reference to Shakespeare and Chaucer, containing an investigation of the correspondence of writing with speech in England from the Anglosaxon period to the present day, preceded by a systematic notation of all spoken sounds by means of the ordinary printing types. Including a rearrangement of Prof. F.J. Child's memoirs on the language of Chaucer and Gower, and reprints of the rare tracts by Salesburv on English, 1547, and Welch, 1567, and by Barclay on French, 1521.

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    Periods of European literature,

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    The philosophy of rhetoric.

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    The poetical works of Mr. Samuel Daniel ...To which is prefix'd, Memoirs of his life and writings ...

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    Poetical works.

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    The poetical works;to which is prefixed the life of the author, written by himself; an essay on the character, manners, and customs of the peasantry of Cumberland; and observations on the style and genius of the author,

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    Poetry and drama.

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    The poets: Geoffrey Chaucer to Alfred Tennyson, 1340-1892 :impressions

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    PrefaceEnglish and Scottish ballads

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    Preface [to Lyrical Ballads]Lyrical ballads, with other poems: in two volumes.

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    The psychological development of expression,

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    Reliques of ancient English poetry :consisting of old heroic ballads, songs, and other pieces of our earlier poets : together with some few of later date

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    The Rhetoric of Aristotle

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    A rhyming dictionary :answering, at the same time, the purposes of spelling and pronouncing the English language on a plan not hitherto attempted ... to which is prefixed a copious introduction ... and, for the purpose of poetry, is added an index of allowable rhymes, with authorities for their usage from our best poets

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    School pastime for young children, or, The rudiments of grammar :in an easie and delightful method, for teaching of children to read English distinctly, and write it truly, in which, by way of preface, a new method is propounded, for the fitting of children first for trades, and then for the Latin, and other languages

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    Sir Walter Scott's Minstrelsy of the Scottish border,

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    Specimens of early English metrical romances,chiefly written during the early part of the fourteenth century; to which is prefixed an historical introduction, intended to illustrate the rise and progress of romantic composition in France and England.

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    Specimens of the British poets;with biographical and critical notices, and An essay on English poetry.

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    Specimens of the early English poets :to which is prefixed an historical sketch of the rise and progress of the English poetry and language, in three volumes

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    The Spectator ...