A practical grammar of the English tongue.
|Secondary Title||Containing the most material rules and observations for understanding the English language well, and writing it with propriety. In five parts. I. Orthography, or the art of spelling: introductory to which are prefixed sundry new orthographical tables. II. Analogy, which treats of the several parts of speech. III. Etymology, or the derivation of words. IV. Syntax, or rules for joining words rightly in a sentence. V. Prosody, or rules for pronounciation. For the use of schools. First compiled by James Gough: revised; digested and enlarged by John Gough, master of the Boarding-School, Lisburn.|
|Author||Gough, James, 1712-1780|
|Publisher||R. Jackson, Meath-Street|
|View on Gale Primary Sources||CB0126457665|