English Grammar in Familiar Lectures
Accompanied by a compendium, embracing a new systematic order of parsing, a new system of punctuation, exercises in false syntax, and a system of philosophical grammar, in notes, to which are added an appendix and a key to the exercises : designed for the use of schools and private learners
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English Grammar in Familiar Lectures Accompanied by a compendium, embracing a new systematic order of parsing, a new system of punctuation, exercises in false syntax, and a system of philosophical grammar, in notes, to which are added an appendix and a key to the exercises : designed for the use of schools and private learners

By Samuel Kirkham
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  • ENGLISH GRAMMAR,
  • IN
  • FAMILIAR LECTURES;
    • ACCOMPANIED BY A COMPENDIUM EMBRACING
    • A NEW SYSTEMATIC ORDER OF PARSING
    • A NEW SYSTEM OF PUNCTUATION,
    • EXERCISES IN FALSE SYNTAX,
      • AND
  • A SYSTEM OF PHILOSOPHICAL GRAMMAR, IN NOTES:
    • TO WHICH ARE ADDED,
  • AN APPENDIX AND A KEY TO THE EXERCISES DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND PRIVATE LEARNERS.
    • STEREOTYPE EDITION
      • NEW YORK ROBERT B. COLLINS, 254 PEARL STREET.
  • AN ESSAY ON ELOCUTION,
    • DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND PRIVATE LEARNERS
    • NOTICES.
  • RECOMMENDATIONS.
  • TO THE ELEVENTH EDITION.
  • CONTENTS.
  • PREFACE
    • HINTS TO TEACHERS AND PRIVATE LEARNERS.
    • FAMILIAR LECTURES
      • ON
  • ENGLISH GRAMMAR.
    • LECTURE I
    • DIVISIONS OF GRAMMAR.—ORTHOGRAPHY.
  • LANGUAGE.
  • GRAMMAR.
  • ENGLISH GRAMMAR.
  • OF THE SOUNDS OF THE LETTERS.
  • RULES FOR SPELLING.
    • QUESTIONS.
  • ETYMOLOGY AND SYNTAX
    • LECTURE II
      • OF NOUNS AND VERBS.
    • CLASSIFICATION.
    • ETYMOLOGY.
    • OF NOUNS.
      • NOTES.
    • GENDER.
      • NOTES.
    • PERSON.
    • NUMBER.
      • NOTES.
    • CASE.
    • VERBS.
      • INDICATIVE MOOD, PRESENT TENSE.
      • ANALYSIS, OR PARSING.
    • SYSTEMATIC ORDER OF PARSING.
      • EXERCISES IN PARSING.
      • EXERCISES IN PARSING.
      • OBJECTIVE CASE.—ACTIVE-TRANSITIVE VERBS.
      • ACTIVE-INTRANSITIVE VERBS.
      • EXERCISES IN PARSING.
      • DECLENSION OF NOUNS.
      • EXERCISES IN PARSING.
      • QUESTIONS NOT ANSWERED IN PARSING.
      • QUESTIONS ON THE NOTES.
      • NOTES ON PHILOSOPHICAL GRAMMAR.
      • OF THE PHILOSOPHICAL CLASSIFICATION OF WORDS.
      • PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES.
      • QUESTIONS ON THE PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES.
      • REMARKS ON VERBS AND NOUNS.
      • EXERCISES IN FALSE SYNTAX.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
  • LECTURE III.
    • OF ARTICLES.
      • NOTES.
      • SYSTEMATIC ORDER OF PARSING
      • EXERCISES IN PARSING.
      • QUESTIONS NOT ANSWERED IN PARSING.
      • PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES.
      • QUESTIONS ON THE NOTES.
      • EXERCISES IN FALSE SYNTAX.
      • EXAMPLES.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
  • LECTURE IV.
    • OF ADJECTIVES.
      • COMPARISON OF ADJECTIVES.
      • NUMERAL ADJECTIVES.
      • SYSTEMATIC ORDER OF PARSING.
      • EXERCISES IN PARSING.
      • QUESTIONS NOT ANSWERED IN PARSING.
      • QUESTIONS ON THE NOTES.
      • PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES.
      • QUESTIONS ON THE PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES.
      • EXERCISES IN FALSE SYNTAX.
  • LECTURE V.
    • OF PARTICIPLES.
      • SYSTEMATIC ORDER OF PARSING.
      • EXERCISES IN PARSING.
      • REMARKS ON PARTICIPLES.
      • QUESTIONS NOT ANSWERED IN PARSING.
      • PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES.
      • QUESTIONS ON THE PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES.
  • LECTURE VI.
    • OF ADVERBS.
      • NOTES.
      • SYSTEMATIC ORDER OF PARSING.
      • EXERCISES IN PARSING.
      • REMARKS ON ADVERBS.
      • QUESTIONS NOT ANSWERED IN PARSING.
      • QUESTIONS ON THE NOTES.
      • PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES.
      • QUESTIONS ON THE PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES.
      • EXERCISES IN FALSE SYNTAX.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
  • LECTURE VII
    • OF PREPOSITIONS.
      • SYSTEMATIC ORDER OF PARSING.
      • EXERCISES IN PARSING.
      • REMARKS ON PREPOSITIONS AND VERBS.
      • QUESTIONS NOT ANSWERED IN PARSING.
      • PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES.
  • LECTURE VIII.
    • OF PRONOUNS.
      • 1. OF PERSONAL PRONOUNS.
      • DECLENSION OF THE PERSONAL PRONOUNS.
      • NOTES.
      • SYSTEMATIC ORDER OF PARSING.
      • EXERCISES IN PARSING.
      • EXERCISES IN PARSING.
      • REMARKS ON IT.
      • OF ADJECTIVE PRONOUNS.
      • SYSTEMATIC ORDER OF PARSING.
      • EXERCISES IN PARSING.
      • III. OF RELATIVE PRONOUNS.
      • WHO, WHICH, and THAT.
      • NOTES.
      • DECLENSION OF THE RELATIVE PRONOUNS.
      • WHAT.
      • SYSTEMATIC ORDER OF PARSING.
      • EXERCISES IN PARSING.
      • REMARKS ON RELATIVE PRONOUNS.
      • QUESTIONS NOT ANSWERED IN PARSING.
      • EXERCISES IN FALSE SYNTAX.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
  • LECTURE IX.
    • OF CONJUNCTIONS.
      • LISTS OF THE CONJUNCTIONS.
      • NOTES.
      • SYSTEMATIC ORDER OF PARSING.
      • EXERCISES IN PARSING.
      • REMARKS ON CONJUNCTIONS AND PREPOSITIONS.
      • QUESTIONS NOT ANSWERED IN PARSING.
      • PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES.
      • QUESTIONS ON THE PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES.
  • LECTURE X.
    • OF INTERJECTIONS.—CASES OF NOUNS.
      • A LIST OF THE PRINCIPAL INTERJECTIONS.
      • SYSTEMATIC ORDER OF PARSING.
      • EXERCISES IN PARSING.
      • CASES OF NOUNS.
      • OF THE NOMINATIVE CASE INDEPENDENT.
      • OF THE NOMINATIVE CASE ABSOLUTE.
      • OF NOUNS IN APPOSITION.
      • PARSING.
      • EXERCISES IN PARSING.
      • QUESTIONS NOT ANSWERED IN PARSING.
      • PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES.
  • LECTURE XI.
    • OF THE MOODS AND TENSES OF VERBS.
      • I. OF THE MOODS.
      • II. OF THE TENSES.
      • OF THE AUXILIARY VERBS.
      • SIGNS OF THE MOODS.
      • SIGNS OF THE TENSES.
      • CONJUGATION OF VERBS.
      • PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES.
      • EXERCISES IN PARSING.
  • LECTURE XII.
    • OF IRREGULAR VERBS.
      • EXERCISES IN PARSING.
  • LECTURE XIII.
    • OF THE AUXILIARY, PASSIVE, AND DEFECTIVE VERBS.
      • I. AUXILIARY VERBS.
    • II. PASSIVE VERBS.
    • III. DEFECTIVE VERBS.
      • EXERCISES IN PARSING.
      • ADDITIONAL EXERCISES IN PARSING.
      • EXERCISES IN PARSING.
      • EXERCISES IN PARSING.
      • EXAMPLES.
      • EXAMPLES.
      • EXERCISES IN PARSING.
      • EXERCISES IN PARSING.
      • ADDITIONAL EXERCISES IN PARSING.
  • LECTURE XIV.
    • OF DERIVATION.
      • OF PREPOSITIONS USED AS PREFIXES.
    • RULES OF SYNTAX,
      • WITH ADDITIONAL EXERCISES IN FALSE SYNTAX.
      • RULE I.
      • RULE II.
      • RULE III.
      • RULE IV.
      • EXAMPLES OF FALSE SYNTAX.
      • RULE V.
      • RULE VI.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
      • RULE VII.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
      • RULE VIII.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
      • EXAMPLES FOR THE NOTE.
      • RULE IX.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
      • RULE X.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
      • RULE XI.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
      • RULE XII.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
      • RULE XIII.
      • FALSE SYNTAX
      • RULE XIV.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
      • RULE XV.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
      • RULE XVI.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
      • RULE XVII.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
      • RULE XVIII.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
      • RULE XIX.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
      • RULE XX.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
      • RULE XXI.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
      • RULE XXII.
      • RULE XXIII.
      • RULE.
      • RULE XXIV.
      • RULE XXV.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
      • RULE XXVI.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
      • RULE XXVII.
      • RULE XXVIII.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
      • RULE XXIX.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
      • RULE XXX.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
      • RULE XXXI.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
      • RULE XXXII.
      • RULE XXXIII.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
      • RULE XXXIV.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
      • RULE XXXV.
      • FALSE SYNTAX.
      • REMARKS ON THE TENSES.
      • EXAMPLES IN FALSE SYNTAX PROMISCUOUSLY ARRANGED.
    • CRITICAL NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS.
    • CORRECTIONS IN ORTHOGRAPHY.
      • CORRECTIONS IN ORTHOEPY.
  • PROVINCIALISMS.
    • CONTRACTIONS, VULGARISMS, AND OTHER IMPROPRIETIES.
      • IN PENNSYLVANIA.
  • PROSODY.
    • PUNCTUATION.
      • COMMA.
      • NOTES.
  • APPENDIX.
    • VERSIFICATION.
      • RHETORIC.
      • COMPOSITION.
      • STYLE.—PERSPICUITY AND PRECISION.
      • STRUCTURE OF SENTENCES.
      • FIGURES OF SPEECH.
    • KEY.
      • PUNCTUATION.
    • FOOTNOTES.
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