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The Grammar of English Grammars

By Goold Brown
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  • PREFACE
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS.
      • A DIGESTED CATALOGUE OF ENGLISH GRAMMARS AND GRAMMARIANS,
    • INTRODUCTION
      • CHAPTER I.
    • CHAPTER II.
    • CHAPTER III.
    • CHAPTER IV.
      • CHAPTER V.
      • CHAPTER VI.
      • CHAPTER VII.
        • I. ENGLISH OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY.
        • II. ENGLISH OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY.
        • III. ENGLISH OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY.
        • IV. ENGLISH OF THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY.
        • V. ENGLISH OF THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY.
        • VI. ENGLISH OF THE FOURTEENTH CENTURY.
        • X. ANGLO-SAXON IN THE TIME OF KING ALFRED.
    • CHAPTER VIII.
    • CHAPTER IX.
    • CHAPTER X.
      • CHAPTER XI.
    • THE GRAMMAR OF ENGLISH GRAMMARS.
      • OBSERVATIONS.
    • PART I.
      • CHAPTER I.—OF LETTERS.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • II. CLASSES OF THE LETTERS.
      • III. POWERS OF THE LETTERS.
      • IV. FORMS OF THE LETTERS.
        • RULES FOR THE USE OF CAPITALS.
        • RULE I.—OF BOOKS.
        • RULE II.—FIRST WORDS.
        • RULE III.—OF THE DEITY.
        • RULE IV.—PROPER NAMES.
        • RULE V.—OF TITLES.
        • RULE VI.—ONE CAPITAL.
        • RULE VII.—TWO CAPITALS.
        • RULE VIII.—COMPOUNDS.
        • RULE IX.—APPOSITION.
        • RULE X.—PERSONIFICATIONS.
        • RULE XI.—DERIVATIVES.
        • RULE XII.—OF I AND O.
        • RULE XIII.—OF POETRY.
        • RULE XIV.—OF EXAMPLES.
        • RULE XV.—CHIEF WORDS.
        • RULE XVI.—NEEDLESS CAPITALS.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • UNDER RULE III.—OF DEITY.
        • UNDER RULE IV.—OF PROPER NAMES.
        • UNDER RULE V.—OF TITLES.
        • UNDER RULE VI.—OF ONE CAPITAL.
        • UNDER RULE VII.—TWO CAPITALS.
        • UNDER RULE VIII.—OF COMPOUNDS.
        • UNDER RULE IX.—OF APPOSITION.
        • UNDER RULE X.—OF PERSONIFICATIONS.
        • UNDER RULE XI.—OF DERIVATIVES.
        • UNDER RULE XIV.—OF EXAMPLES.
        • UNDER RULE XV.—OF CHIEF WORDS.
        • PROMISCUOUS ERRORS RESPECTING CAPITALS.
        • LESSON II.—MIXED.
        • LESSON III.—MIXED.
    • CHAPTER II.—OF SYLLABLES.
      • SYLLABICATION.
        • RULE I.—CONSONANTS.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • LESSON II.—MIXED.
        • LESSON III.—MIXED.
    • CHAPTER III.—OF WORDS.
      • RULES FOR THE FIGURE OF WORDS.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • UNDER RULE II.—OF SIMPLES.
        • UNDER RULE III.—THE SENSE.
        • UNDER RULE IV.—OF ELLIPSES.
        • UNDER RULE V.—THE HYPHEN.
        • UNDER RULE VI.—NO HYPHEN.
        • PROMISCUOUS ERRORS IN THE FIGURE OF WORDS.
        • LESSON II.—MIXED.
        • LESSON III.—MIXED.
    • CHAPTER IV.—OF SPELLING.
      • RULES FOR SPELLING.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • UNDER RULE II.—OF OTHER FINALS.
        • UNDER RULE III.—OF DOUBLING.
        • UNDER RULE IV.—NO DOUBLING.
        • UNDER RULE V.—OF FINAL CK.
        • UNDER RULE VI.—OF RETAINING.
        • UNDER RULE VII.—OF RETAINING.
        • UNDER RULE VIII.—OF FINAL LL.
        • UNDER RULE IX.—OF FINAL E.
        • UNDER RULE X.—OF FINAL E.
        • UNDER RULE XI.—OF FINAL Y.
        • UNDER RULE XII.—OF FINAL Y.
        • UNDER RULE XIII.—OF IZE AND ISE.
        • UNDER RULE XIV.—OF COMPOUNDS.
        • UNDER RULE XV.—OF USAGE.
        • PROMISCUOUS ERRORS IN SPELLING.
        • LESSON II.—MIXED.
        • LESSON III.—MIXED.
    • CHAPTER V.—QUESTIONS.
    • CHAPTER VI.—FOR WRITING.
      • EXERCISE III.—FIGURE OF WORDS.
        • EXERCISE IV.—SPELLING.
        • EXERCISE V.—MIXED ERRORS.
        • EXERCISE VI.—MIXED ERRORS.
        • EXERCISE VII.—MIXED ERRORS.
        • EXERCISE IX.—MIXED ERRORS.
        • EXERCISE X.—MIXED ERRORS.
        • EXERCISE XI.—MIXED ERRORS.
        • EXERCISE XII.—MIXED ERRORS.
    • PART II.
    • CHAPTER I.—PARTS OF SPEECH.
      • OBSERVATIONS.
        • EXAMPLES FOR PARSING.
        • PRAXIS I—ETYMOLOGICAL.
        • LESSON I.—PARSING.
        • LESSON II.—PARSING.
        • LESSON III.—PARSING.
    • CHAPTER II.—ARTICLES.
      • MODIFICATIONS.[133]
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • EXAMPLES FOR PARSING.
        • LESSON I.—PARSING.
        • LESSON II.—PARSING.
        • LESSON III.—PARSING.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • LESSON II.—INSERT ARTICLES.
        • LESSON III.—OMIT ARTICLES.
        • LESSON IV.—CHANGE ARTICLES.
        • LESSON V.—MIXED EXAMPLES.
    • CHAPTER III.—NOUNS.
      • OBSERVATIONS.
        • CLASSES.
        • MODIFICATIONS.
        • PERSONS.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • NUMBERS.
        • GENDERS.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • CASES.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
    • THE DECLENSION OF NOUNS.
      • EXAMPLES FOR PARSING.
        • LESSON I.—PARSING.
        • LESSON II.—PARSING.
        • LESSON III.—PARSING.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • LESSON II.—CASES.
        • LESSON III.—MIXED.
    • CHAPTER IV.—ADJECTIVES.
      • OBSERVATIONS.
        • CLASSES.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • MODIFICATIONS.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • REGULAR COMPARISON.
        • COMPARISON BY ADVERBS.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • IRREGULAR COMPARISON.
        • EXAMPLES FOR PARSING.
        • EXAMPLE PARSED.
        • LESSON I.—PARSING.
        • LESSON II.—PARSING.
        • LESSON III.—PARSING.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • LESSON II.—MIXED.
        • LESSON III.—MIXED.
    • CHAPTER V.—PRONOUNS.
      • CLASSES.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • MODIFICATIONS.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • THE DECLENSION OF PRONOUNS.
        • III. RELATIVES AND INTERROGATIVES.
        • IV. COMPOUND RELATIVES.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • EXAMPLES FOR PARSING.
        • EXAMPLE PARSED.
        • LESSON I.—PARSING.
        • LESSON III.—PARSING.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • LESSON II.—DECLENSIONS.
        • LESSON III.—MIXED.
    • CHAPTER VI.—VERBS.
      • OBSERVATIONS.
        • MODIFICATIONS.
      • MOODS.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • TENSES.
    • PERSONS AND NUMBERS.
      • OBSERVATIONS.
        • THE CONJUGATION OF VERBS.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • TO BE.
        • TO HAVE.
        • SHALL AND WILL.
        • MAY.
        • CAN.
        • MUST.
        • INFINITIVE MOOD.[260]
        • POTENTIAL MOOD.
        • PRESENT TENSE.
        • IMPERFECT TENSE.
        • PERFECT TENSE.
        • PLUPERFECT TENSE.
        • SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD.
        • IMPERATIVE MOOD.
        • THIRD EXAMPLE.
      • PERFECT TENSE.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • II. COMPOUND OR PROGRESSIVE FORM.
        • IMPERFECT TENSE.
        • IMPERATIVE MOOD.
        • FAMILIAR FORM WITH 'THOU.'
        • OBSERVATIONS.
      • III. FORM OF PASSIVE VERBS.
        • FIFTH EXAMPLE.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • IV. FORM OF NEGATION.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
      • IRREGULAR VERBS.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • LIST OF THE IRREGULAR VERBS.
        • REDUNDANT VERBS.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • LIST OF THE REDUNDANT VERBS.
        • DEFECTIVE VERBS.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • LIST OF THE DEFECTIVE VERBS.
        • EXAMPLES FOR PARSING.
        • LESSON I.—PARSING.
        • LESSON II.—PARSING.
        • LESSON III.—PARSING.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • LESSON II.—MIXED.
        • LESSON III.—MIXED.
    • CHAPTER VII.—PARTICIPLES.
      • OBSERVATIONS.
      • CLASSES.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • EXAMPLES FOR PARSING.
        • LESSON I.—PARSING.
        • LESSON II.—PARSING.
        • LESSON III.—PARSING.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • LESSON I.—IRREGULARS.
        • LESSON II.—REGULARS.
        • LESSON III.—MIXED.
    • CHAPTER VIII.—ADVERBS.
      • OBSERVATIONS.
      • CLASSES.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • MODIFICATIONS.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • EXAMPLES FOR PARSING.
        • LESSON I.—PARSING.
        • LESSON II.—PARSING.
        • LESSON III—PARSING.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
    • CHAPTER IX.—CONJUNCTIONS.
      • OBSERVATIONS.
        • CLASSES.
        • LIST OF THE CONJUNCTIONS.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • EXAMPLES FOR PARSING.
        • LESSON I.—PARSING.
        • LESSON II.—PARSING.
        • LESSON III.—PARSING.
    • CHAPTER X.—PREPOSITIONS.
      • OBSERVATIONS.
        • LIST OF THE PREPOSITIONS.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • EXAMPLES FOR PARSING.
        • LESSON I.—PARSING.
        • LESSON II.—PARSING.
        • LESSON III.—PARSING.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
    • CHAPTER XI—INTERJECTIONS.
      • OBSERVATIONS.
        • LIST OF THE INTERJECTIONS.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • EXAMPLES FOR PARSING.
        • LESSON I.—PARSING.
        • LESSON II.—PARSING.
        • LESSON III.—PARSING.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
    • CHAPTER XII.—QUESTIONS.
      • ORDER OF REHEARSAL, AND METHOD OF EXAMINATION.
    • CHAPTER XIII.—FOR WRITING.
      • EXERCISE II.—NOUNS.
        • EXERCISE III.—ADJECTIVES.
        • EXERCISE IV.—PRONOUNS.
        • EXERCISE V.—VERBS.
        • EXERCISE VI.—VERBS.
        • EXERCISE VII.—PARTICIPLES.
    • PART III.
      • SYNTAX.
    • CHAPTER I.—SENTENCES.
      • THE RULES OF SYNTAX.
        • RULE I.—ARTICLES.
        • RULE II.—NOMINATIVES.
        • RULE IV.—POSSESSIVES.
        • RULE V.—OBJECTIVES.
        • RULE VI.—SAME CASES.
        • RULE VII.—OBJECTIVES.
        • RULE VIII.—NOM. ABSOLUTE.
        • RULE IX.—ADJECTIVES.
        • RULE X.—PRONOUNS.
        • RULE XI—PRONOUNS.
        • RULE XII.—PRONOUNS.
        • RULE XIII.—PRONOUNS.
        • RULE XIV.—FINITE VERBS.
        • RULE XV.—FINITE VERBS.
        • RULE XVI.—FINITE VERBS.
        • RULE XVII.—FINITE VERBS.
        • RULE XVIII.—INFINITIVES.
        • RULE XIX.—INFINITIVES.
        • RULE XX.—PARTICIPLES.
        • RULE XXI.—ADVERBS.
        • RULE XXII.—CONJUNCTIONS.
        • RULE XXIII.—PREPOSITIONS.
        • RULE XXIV.—INTERJECTIONS.
        • GENERAL OR CRITICAL OBSERVATIONS ON SYNTAX.
      • THE ANALYZING OF SENTENCES.
        • FIRST METHOD OF ANALYSIS.
        • SECOND METHOD OF ANALYSIS.
        • THIRD METHOD OF ANALYSIS.
        • FOURTH METHOD OF ANALYSIS.
        • FIFTH METHOD OF ANALYSIS.
        • OBSERVATIONS ON METHODS OF ANALYSIS.
        • EXAMPLES FOR PARSING. PRAXIS XII.—SYNTACTICAL.
        • LESSON I.—ARTICLES.
        • LESSON II.—NOUNS.
        • LESSON III.—ADJECTIVES.
        • LESSON IV.—PRONOUNS.
        • LESSON V.—VERBS.
        • LESSON VI.—PARTICIPLES.
        • LESSON VII.—ADVERBS.
        • LESSON VIII.—CONJUNCTIONS.
        • LESSON IX.—PREPOSITIONS.
        • LESSON X.—INTERJECTIONS.
    • CHAPTER II.—ARTICLES.
      • RULE I.—ARTICLES.
        • OBSERVATIONS ON RULE I.
        • NOTES TO RULE I.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION. FALSE SYNTAX UNDER RULE I.
        • EXAMPLES UNDER NOTE I.—AN OR A.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—AN OR A WITH PLURALS.
        • UNDER NOTE III.—NOUNS CONNECTED.
        • UNDER NOTE IV.—ADJECTIVES CONNECTED.
        • UNDER NOTE V.—ADJECTIVES CONNECTED.
        • UNDER NOTE VI.—ARTICLES OR PLURALS.
        • UNDER NOTE VII.—CORRESPONDENT TERMS.
        • UNDER NOTE VIII.—CORRESPONDENCE PECULIAR.
        • UNDER NOTE IX.—A SERIES OF TERMS.
        • UNDER NOTE X.—SPECIES AND GENUS.
        • UNDER NOTE XI.—ARTICLES NOT REQUISITE.
        • UNDER NOTE XII.—TITLES AND NAMES.
        • UNDER NOTE XIII.—COMPARISONS AND ALTERNATIVES.
        • UNDER NOTE XIV.—ANTECEDENTS TO WHO OR WHICH.
        • UNDER NOTE XV.—PARTICIPIAL NOUNS.
        • UNDER NOTE XVII.—VARIOUS ERRORS.
    • CHAPTER III.—CASES, OR NOUNS.
      • RULE II.—NOMINATIVES.
        • OBSERVATIONS ON RULE II.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • RULE III.—APPOSITION.
        • OBSERVATIONS ON RULE III.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • RULE IV.—POSSESSIVES.
        • OBSERVATIONS ON RULE IV.
        • NOTES TO RULE IV.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION. FALSE SYNTAX UNDER RULE IV.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—POSSESSIVES CONNECTED.
        • UNDER NOTE III.—CHOICE OF FORMS.
        • UNDER NOTE IV.—NOUNS WITH POSSESSIVES PLURAL.
        • UNDER NOTE Y.—POSSESSIVES WITH PARTICIPLES.
        • RULE V.—OBJECTIVES.
        • OBSERVATIONS ON RULE V.
        • NOTES TO RULE V.
      • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION. FALSE SYNTAX UNDER RULE V.
        • UNDER NOTE I.—OF VERBS TRANSITIVE.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—OF VERBS INTRANSITIVE.
        • UNDER NOTE III.—OF VERBS MISAPPLIED.
        • UNDER NOTE IV.—OF PASSIVE VERBS.
        • UNDER NOTE V.—PASSIVE VERBS TRANSITIVE.
        • UNDER NOTE VI.—OF PERFECT PARTICIPLES.
        • UNDER NOTE VII.—CONSTRUCTIONS AMBIGUOUS.
        • UNDER NOTE VIII.—YE AND YOU IN SCRIPTURE.
        • RULE VI.—SAME CASES.
        • OBSERVATIONS ON RULE VI.
        • NOTES TO RULE VI.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • UNDER NOTE I.—THE CASE DOUBTFUL.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—OF FALSE IDENTIFICATION.
        • RULE VII.—OBJECTIVES.
        • OBSERVATIONS ON RULE VII.
        • NOTE TO RULE VII.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • UNDER THE NOTE—OF TIME OR MEASURE.
        • OBSERVATIONS ON RULE VIII.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
    • CHAPTER IV.—ADJECTIVES.
      • RULE IX.—ADJECTIVES.
        • EXCEPTION FIRST.
        • OBSERVATIONS ON RULE IX.
        • NOTES TO RULE IX.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—OF FIXED NUMBERS.
        • UNDER NOTE III.—OF RECIPROCALS.
        • UNDER NOTE IV.—OF COMPARATIVES.
        • UNDER NOTE V.—OF SUPERLATIVES.
        • UNDER NOTE VII.—EXTRA COMPARISONS.
        • UNDER NOTE VIII.—ADJECTIVES CONNECTED.
        • UNDER NOTE IX.—ADJECTIVES SUPERADDED.
        • UNDER NOTE X.—ADJECTIVES FOR ADVERBS.
        • UNDER NOTE XI.—THEM FOR THOSE.
        • UNDER NOTE XII.—THIS AND THAT.
        • UNDER NOTE XIII.—EITHER AND NEITHER.
        • UNDER NOTE XIV.—WHOLE, LESS, MORE, AND MOST.
        • UNDER NOTE XV.—PARTICIPIAL ADJECTIVES.
        • UNDER NOTE XVI.—FIGURE OF ADJECTIVES.
    • CHAPTER V.—PRONOUNS.
      • RULE X.—PRONOUNS.
        • EXCEPTION FIRST.
        • OBSERVATIONS ON RULE X.
        • NOTES TO RULE X.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • UNDER NOTE I.—PRONOUNS WRONG OR NEEDLESS.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—CHANGE OF NUMBER.
        • UNDER NOTE III.—WHO AND WHICH.
        • UNDER NOTE IV.—NOUNS OF MULTITUDE.
        • UNDER NOTE V.—CONFUSION OF SENSES.
        • UNDER NOTE VI.—THE RELATIVE THAT.
        • UNDER NOTE VII.—RELATIVE CLAUSES CONNECTED.
        • UNDER NOTE VIII.—THE RELATIVE AND PREPOSITION.
        • UNDER NOTE IX.—ADVERBS FOR RELATIVES.
        • UNDER NOTE X.—REPEAT THE NOUN.
        • UNDER NOTE XI.—PLACE OF THE RELATIVE.
        • UNDER NOTE XII.—WHAT FOR THAT.
        • UNDER NOTE XIII.—ADJECTIVES FOR ANTECEDENTS.
        • UNDER NOTE XIV.—SENTENCES FOR ANTECEDENTS.
        • UNDER NOTE XV.—REPEAT THE PRONOUN.
        • UNDER NOTE XVI.—CHANGE THE ANTECEDENT.
        • RULE XI.—PRONOUNS.
        • OBSERVATIONS ON RULE XI.
        • NOTES TO RULE XI.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • RULE XII.—PRONOUNS.
        • OBSERVATIONS ON RULE XII.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • RULE XIII.—PRONOUNS.
        • OBSERVATIONS ON RULE XIII.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
    • CHAPTER VI.—VERBS.
      • RULE XIV.—FINITE VERBS.
        • NOTES TO RULE XIV.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • UNDER THE RULE ITSELF.—VERB BEFORE THE NOMINATIVE.
        • UNDER NOTE I.—THE RELATIVE AND VERB.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—NOMINATIVE WITH ADJUNCTS.
        • UNDER NOTE III.—COMPOSITE OR CONVERTED SUBJECTS.
        • UNDER NOTE IV.—EACH, ONE, EITHER, AND NEITHER.
        • UNDER NOTE V.—VERB BETWEEN TWO NOMINATIVES.
        • UNDER NOTE VI.—CHANGE THE NOMINATIVE.
        • UNDER NOTE VII.—ADAPT FORM TO STYLE.
        • UNDER NOTE VIII.—EXPRESS THE NOMINATIVE.
        • UNDER NOTE IX.—APPLICATION OF MOODS.
        • UNDER NOTE X.—FALSE SUBJUNCTIVES.
        • RULE XV.—FINITE VERBS.
        • OBSERVATIONS ON RULE XV.
        • NOTE TO RULE XV.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • UNDER THE NOTE.—THE IDEA OF UNITY.
      • RULE XVI.—FINITE VERBS.
        • OBSERVATIONS ON RULE XVI.
        • NOTES TO RULE XVI.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • UNDER THE RULE ITSELF.—THE VERB BEFORE JOINT NOMINATIVES.
        • UNDER NOTE I.—CHANGE THE CONNECTIVE.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—AFFIRMATION WITH NEGATION.
        • UNDER NOTE III.—AS WELL AS, BUT, OR SAVE.
        • UNDER NOTE IV.—EACH, EVERY, OR NO.
        • UNDER NOTE VI.—ELLIPTICAL CONSTRUCTIONS.
        • UNDER NOTE VII.—DISTINCT SUBJECT PHRASES.
      • RULE XVII.—FINITE VERBS.
        • OBSERVATIONS ON RULE XVII.
        • NOTES TO RULE XVII.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • UNDER THE RULE ITSELF.—NOMINATIVES CONNECTED BY NOR.
        • UNDER NOTE I.—NOMINATIVES THAT DISAGREE.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—COMPLETE THE CONCORD.
        • UNDER NOTE III.—PLACE OF THE FIRST PERSON.
        • UNDER NOTE IV.—DISTINCT SUBJECT PHRASES.
        • UNDER NOTE V.—MAKE THE VERBS AGREE.
        • UNDER NOTE VI.—USE SEPARATE NOMINATIVES.
        • UNDER NOTE VII.—MIXTURE OF DIFFERENT STYLES.
        • UNDER NOTE VII.—CONFUSION OF MOODS.
        • UNDER NOTE IX.—IMPROPER ELLIPSES.
        • UNDER NOTE X.—DO, USED AS A SUBSTITUTE.
        • UNDER NOTE XI.—PRETERITS AND PARTICIPLES.
        • UNDER NOTE XII.—VERBS CONFOUNDED.
        • UNDER NOTE XIII.—WORDS THAT EXPRESS TIME.
        • UNDER NOTE XV.—PERMANENT PROPOSITIONS.
        • RULE XVIII.—INFINITIVES.
        • OBSERVATIONS ON RULE XVIII.
      • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION. FALSE SYNTAX UNDER RULE XVIII.
        • OBSERVATIONS ON RULE XIX.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
    • CHAPTER VII—PARTICIPLES.
      • RULE XX.—PARTICIPLES.
        • OBSERVATIONS ON RULE XX.
        • NOTES TO RULE XX.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—ARTICLES REQUIRE OF.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—ADJECTIVES REQUIRE OF.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—POSSESSIVES REQUIRE OF.
        • UNDER NOTE III.—CHANGE THE EXPRESSION.
        • UNDER NOTE IV.—DISPOSAL OF ADVERBS.
        • UNDER NOTE V.—PARTICIPLES WITH ADJECTIVES.
        • UNDER NOTE VI.—COMPOUND VERBAL NOUNS.
        • UNDER NOTE IX.—VERBS OF PREVENTING.
        • UNDER NOTE X.—THE LEADING WORD IN SENSE.
        • UNDER NOTE XI.—REFERENCE OF PARTICIPLES.
        • UNDER NOTE XII.—OF PARTICIPLES AND NOUNS.
        • UNDER NOTE XIII.—PERFECT PARTICIPLES.
    • CHAPTER VIII.—ADVERBS.
      • RULE XXI.—ADVERBS.
        • OBSERVATIONS ON RULE XXI.
        • NOTES TO RULE XXI.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—ADVERBS FOR ADJECTIVES.
        • UNDER NOTE V.—THE ADVERB HOW.
        • UNDER NOTE VI.—WHEN, WHILE, OR WHERE.
        • UNDER NOTE VII.—THE ADVERB NO FOR NOT.
        • UNDER NOTE VIII.—OF DOUBLE NEGATIVES.
        • UNDER NOTE IX.—EVER AND NEVER.
        • UNDER NOTE X.—OF THE FORM OF ADVERBS.
    • CHAPTER IX.—CONJUNCTIONS.
      • RULE XXII.—CONJUNCTIONS.
        • OBSERVATIONS ON RULE XXII.
        • NOTES TO RULE XXII.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—HETEROGENEOUS TERMS.
        • UNDER NOTE III.—IMPORT OF CONJUNCTIONS.
        • UNDER NOTE IV.—OF THE CONJUNCTION THAN.
        • UNDER NOTE V.—RELATIVES EXCLUDE CONJUNCTIONS.
        • UNDER NOTE VI.—OF THE WORD THAT.
        • UNDER NOTE VII.—OF THE CORRESPONDENTS.
        • UNDER NOTE VIII.—IMPROPER ELLIPSES.
    • CHAPTER X.—PREPOSITIONS.
      • RULE XXIII.—PREPOSITIONS.
        • OBSERVATIONS ON RULE XXIII.
        • NOTES TO RULE XXIII.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—TWO OBJECTS OR MORE.
        • UNDER NOTE III.—OMISSION OF PREPOSITIONS.
        • UNDER NOTE IV.—OF NEEDLESS PREPOSITIONS.
    • CHAPTER XI—INTERJECTIONS.
      • RULE XXIV.—INTERJECTIONS.
        • OBSERVATIONS ON RULE XXIV.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • LESSON I.—ANY PARTS OF SPEECH.
        • LESSON II.—ANY PARTS OF SPEECH.
        • LESSON III.—ANY PARTS OF SPEECH.
        • EXAMPLES FOR PARSING.
        • LESSON I.—PROSE.
        • LESSON II.—PROSE.
        • LESSON III.—PROSE.
        • LESSON IV.—PROSE.
        • LESSON V.—VERSE.
        • LESSON VI.—VERSE.
    • CHAPTER XII.—GENERAL REVIEW.
      • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • LESSON I.—ARTICLES.
        • LESSON II.—NOUNS, OR CASES.
        • LESSON III.—ADJECTIVES
        • LESSON IV.—PRONOUNS.
        • LESSON V.—VERBS.
        • LESSON VI.—VERBS.
        • LESSON VII.—PARTICIPLES.
        • LESSON VIII.—ADVERBS.
        • LESSON IX.—CONJUNCTIONS.
        • LESSON X.—PREPOSITIONS.
        • LESSON XI.—PROMISCUOUS.
        • LESSON XII.—TWO ERRORS.
        • LESSON XIII.—TWO ERRORS.
        • LESSON XIV.—TWO ERRORS.
        • LESSON XV.—THREE ERRORS.
        • LESSON XVI—THREE ERRORS.
        • LESSON XVII.—MANY ERRORS.
        • LESSON XVIII—MANY ERRORS.
    • CHAPTER XIII.—GENERAL RULE.
      • GENERAL RULE OF SYNTAX.
        • CRITICAL NOTES TO THE GENERAL RULE.
        • GENERAL OBSERVATIONS ON THE SYNTAX.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • LESSON III.—ADJECTIVES.
        • LESSON IV.—PRONOUNS.
        • LESSON V.—VERBS.
        • LESSON VI.—PARTICIPLES.
        • LESSON VII.—ADVERBS.
        • LESSON VIII.—CONJUNCTIONS.
        • LESSON IX.—PREPOSITIONS.
        • LESSON X.—MIXED EXAMPLES.
        • LESSON XI.—BAD PHRASES.
        • LESSON XII.—TWO ERRORS.[448]
        • LESSON XIII.—TWO ERRORS.
        • LESSON XIV.—THREE ERRORS.
        • LESSON XV.—MANY ERRORS.
        • LESSON XVI.—MANY ERRORS.
        • FALSE SYNTAX UNDER THE CRITICAL NOTES.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE II.—OF DOUBTFUL REFERENCE.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE III.—OF DEFINITIONS.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE IV.—OF COMPARISONS.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE V.—OF FALSITIES.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE VI.—OF ABSURDITIES.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE VII.—OF SELF-CONTRADICTION.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE VIII.—OF SENSELESS JUMBLING.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE IX.—OF WORDS NEEDLESS.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE X.—OF IMPROPER OMISSIONS.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE XI.—OF LITERARY BLUNDERS.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE XII.—OF PERVERSIONS.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE XIII.—OF AWKWARDNESS.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE XIV.—OF IGNORANCE.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE XV.—OF SILLINESS AND TRUISMS.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE XVI.—OF THE INCORRIGIBLE.
        • PROMISCUOUS EXAMPLES OF FALSE SYNTAX.
        • LESSON II.—VARIOUS RULES.
        • LESSON III.—VARIOUS RULES.
        • LESSON IV.—VARIOUS RULES.
        • LESSON V.—VARIOUS RULES.
    • CHAPTER XIV.—QUESTIONS.
      • PART THIRD, SYNTAX.
        • LESSON II.—THE RULES.
        • LESSON III.—THE RULES.
        • LESSON IV.—THE RULES.
        • LESSON V.—THE ANALYZING OF SENTENCES.
        • LESSON VI.—OF PARSING.
        • LESSON VII.—THE RULES.
        • LESSON VIII.—THE NOTES.
        • LESSON IX.—THE EXCEPTIONS.
        • LESSON X.—THE EXCEPTIONS.
        • LESSON XI.—THE OBSERVATIONS.
        • LESSON XII.—THE OBSERVATIONS.
        • LESSON XIII.—ARTICLES.
        • LESSON XIV.—NOUNS, OR CASES.
        • LESSON XV.—NOUNS, OR CASES.
        • LESSON XVI.—NOUNS, OR CASES.
        • LESSON XVII.—NOUNS, OR CASES.
        • LESSON XVIII.—NOUNS, OR CASES.
        • LESSON XIX.—ADJECTIVES.
        • LESSON XX.—PRONOUNS.
        • LESSON XXI.—PRONOUNS.
        • LESSON XXII.—VERBS.
        • LESSON XXIII.—VERBS.
        • LESSON XXIV.—VERBS.
        • LESSON XXV.—VERBS.
        • LESSON XXVI.—VERBS.
        • LESSON XXVII.—PARTICIPLES.
        • LESSON XXVIII.—PARTICIPLES.
        • LESSON XXIX.—ADVERBS.
        • LESSON XXX.—CONJUNCTIONS.
        • LESSON XXXI.—PREPOSITIONS.
        • LESSON XXXII.—INTERJECTIONS.
        • LESSON XXXIII.—GENERAL RULE.
    • CHAPTER XV.—FOR WRITING.
      • EXERCISE I.—ARTICLES.
        • EXERCISE II.—NOUNS, OR CASES.
        • EXERCISE III.—ADJECTIVES.
        • EXERCISE IV.—PRONOUNS.
        • EXERCISE V.—VERBS.
        • EXERCISE VI.—PARTICIPLES.
        • EXERCISE VII.—ADVERBS.
        • EXERCISE VIII.—CONJUNCTIONS.
        • EXERCISE IX.—PREPOSITIONS.
        • EXERCISE X.—PROMISCUOUS.
        • EXERCISE XI.—PROMISCUOUS.
        • EXERCISE XII.—TWO ERRORS.
        • EXERCISE XIII.—TWO ERRORS.
        • EXERCISE XIV.—THREE ERRORS.
        • EXERCISE XV.—MANY ERRORS.
        • EXERCISE XVI.—MANY ERRORS.
        • EXERCISE XVII.—MANY ERRORS.
        • EXERCISE XVIII.—PROMISCUOUS.
    • PART IV.
      • OBSERVATIONS.
    • CHAPTER I—PUNCTUATION.
      • OBSERVATIONS.
      • SECTION I.—THE COMMA.
        • RULE I.—SIMPLE SENTENCES.
        • RULE II.—SIMPLE MEMBERS.
        • RULE III.—MORE THAN TWO WORDS.
        • RULE IV.—ONLY TWO WORDS.
        • RULE V.—WORDS IN PAIRS.
        • RULE VI.—WORDS PUT ABSOLUTE.
        • RULE VII.—WORDS IN APPOSITION.
        • RULE IX.—FINITE VERBS.
        • RULE X.—INFINITIVES.
        • RULE XI.—PARTICIPLES.
        • RULE XIII.—CONJUNCTIONS.
        • RULE XIV.—PREPOSITIONS.
        • RULE XV.—INTERJECTIONS.
        • RULE XVI.—WORDS REPEATED.
        • RULE XVII.—DEPENDENT QUOTATIONS.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • UNDER THE EXCEPTION CONCERNING SIMPLE SENTENCES.
        • UNDER RULE II.—OF SIMPLE MEMBERS.
        • UNDER THE EXCEPTIONS CONCERNING SIMPLE MEMBERS.
        • UNDER RULE III.—OF MORE THAN TWO WORDS.
        • UNDER RULE IV.—OF ONLY TWO WORDS.
        • UNDER EXCEPTION I.—TWO WORDS WITH ADJUNCTS.
        • UNDER EXCEPTION II.—TWO TERMS CONTRASTED.
        • UNDER EXCEPTION III.—ALTERNATIVE OF WORDS.
        • UNDER RULE V.—OF WORDS IN PAIRS.
        • UNDER RULE VI.—OF WORDS ABSOLUTE.
        • UNDER RULE VII.—WORDS IN APPOSITION.
        • UNDER EXCEPTIONS CONCERNING APPOSITION.
        • UNDER RULE VIII.—OF ADJECTIVES.
        • UNDER THE EXCEPTION CONCERNING ADJECTIVES.
        • UNDER RULE IX.—OF FINITE VERBS.
        • UNDER RULE X.—OF INFINITIVES.
        • UNDER RULE XI.—OF PARTICIPLES.
        • UNDER THE EXCEPTION CONCERNING PARTICIPLES.
        • UNDER RULE XII.—OF ADVERBS.
        • UNDER RULE XIII.—OF CONJUNCTIONS.
        • UNDER RULE XIV.—OF PREPOSITIONS.
        • UNDER RULE XV.—OF INTERJECTIONS.
        • UNDER RULE XVI.—OF WORDS REPEATED.
        • UNDER RULE XVII.—OF DEPENDENT QUOTATIONS.
    • SECTION II.—THE SEMICOLON.
      • RULE I.—COMPLEX MEMBERS.
        • RULE II.—SIMPLE MEMBERS.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • UNDER RULE II.—OF SIMPLE MEMBERS.
        • MIXED EXAMPLES OF ERROR.
      • SECTION III.—THE COLON.
        • RULE I.—ADDITIONAL REMARKS.
        • RULE II.—GREATER PAUSES.
        • RULE III.—INDEPENDENT QUOTATIONS.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • UNDER RULE II.—GREATER PAUSES.
        • UNDER RULE III.—INDEPENDENT QUOTATIONS.
        • MIXED EXAMPLES OF ERROR.
      • SECTION IV.—THE PERIOD.
        • RULE I.—DISTINCT SENTENCES.
        • RULE II.—ALLIED SENTENCES.
        • RULE III.—ABBREVIATIONS.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • UNDER RULE II.—ALLIED SENTENCES.
        • UNDER RULE III.—OF ABBREVIATIONS.
        • MIXED EXAMPLES OF ERROR.
      • SECTION V.—THE DASH.
        • RULE I.—ABRUPT PAUSES.
        • RULE II.—EMPHATIC PAUSES.
      • RULE III.—FAULTY DASHES.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • UNDER RULE II.—EMPHATIC PAUSES.
        • UNDER RULE III.—FAULTY DASHES.
        • MIXED EXAMPLES OF ERROR
      • SECTION VI.—THE EROTEME.
        • RULE I.—QUESTIONS DIRECT.
        • RULE II.—QUESTIONS UNITED.
        • RULE III.—QUESTIONS INDIRECT.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • UNDER RULE II.—QUESTIONS UNITED.
        • UNDER RULE III.—QUESTIONS INDIRECT.
        • MIXED EXAMPLES OF ERROR.
        • SECTION VII—THE ECPHONEME.
        • RULE II.—INVOCATIONS.
        • RULE III.—EXCLAMATORY QUESTIONS.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • UNDER RULE II.—OF INVOCATIONS.
        • UNDER RULE III.—EXCLAMATORY QUESTIONS.
        • MIXED EXAMPLES OF ERROR.
      • SECTION VIII.—THE CURVES.
        • RULE I.—THE PARENTHESIS.
        • RULE II.—INCLUDED POINTS.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • UNDER RULE II.—OF INCLUDED POINTS.
        • MIXED EXAMPLES OF ERROR.
      • SECTION IX.—THE OTHER MARKS.
        • IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION.
        • BAD ENGLISH BADLY POINTED.
        • LESSON II.—UNDER VARIOUS RULES.
        • LESSON III.—UNDER VARIOUS RULES.
    • CHAPTER II—UTTERANCE.
      • SECTION I.—OF ARTICULATION.
        • ARTICLE I.—OF THE DEFINITION.
        • ARTICLE II—OF GOOD ARTICULATION.
      • SECTION II.—OF PRONUNCIATION.
        • ARTICLE I—OF THE POWERS OF LETTERS.
        • ARTICLE II—OF QUANTITY.
        • ARTICLE III.—OF ACCENT.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
      • SECTION III.—OF ELOCUTION.
        • ARTICLE I—OF EMPHASIS.
        • ARTICLE II.—OF PAUSES.
        • ARTICLE III.—OF INFLECTIONS.
        • ARTICLE IV.—OF TONES.
    • CHAPTER III.—FIGURES.
      • SECTION I.—FIGURES OF ORTHOGRAPHY.
        • EXPLANATIONS.
        • SECTION II.—FIGURES OF ETYMOLOGY.
        • SECTION III.—FIGURES OF SYNTAX.
        • EXAMPLES OF ELLIPSIS SUPPLIED.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
      • SECTION IV.—FIGURES OF RHETORIC.
        • EXPLANATIONS.
        • SECTION V.—EXAMPLES FOR PARSING.
        • LESSON I.—FIGURES OF ORTHOGRAPHY.
        • LESSON II.—FIGURES OF ETYMOLOGY.
        • LESSON III.—FIGURES OF SYNTAX.
        • LESSON IV.—FIGURES OF SYNTAX.
        • LESSON V.—FIGURES OF SYNTAX.
        • LESSON VI.—FIGURES OF RHETORIC.
        • LESSON VII.—FIGURES OF RHETORIC.
        • LESSON VIII.—FIGURES OF RHETORIC.
        • LESSON IX.—FIGURES OF RHETORIC.
        • LESSON X.—FIGURES OF RHETORIC.
    • CHAPTER IV.—VERSIFICATION.
      • SECTION I.—OF VERSE.
        • DEFINITIONS AND PRINCIPLES.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
      • SECTION II.—OF ACCENT AND QUANTITY.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
      • SECTION III.—OF POETIC FEET.
        • EXPLANATIONS AND DEFINITIONS.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
      • SECTION IV.—THE KINDS OF VERSE.
        • PRINCIPLES AND NAMES.
        • ORDER I.—IAMBIC VERSE.
        • MEASURE III.—IAMBIC OF SIX FEET, OR HEXAMETER.
        • MEASURE VI.—IAMBIC OF THREE FEET, OR TRIMETER.
        • MEASURE VII.—IAMBIC OF TWO FEET, OR DIMETER.
        • MEASURE VIII.—IAMBIC OF ONE FOOT, OR MONOMETER.
        • ORDER II.—TROCHAIC VERSE.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • MEASURE II.—TROCHAIC OF SEVEN FEET, OR HEPTAMETER.
        • MEASURE III.—TROCHAIC OF SIX FEET, OR HEXAMETER.
        • MEASURE IV.—TROCHAIC OF FIVE FEET, OR PENTAMETER
        • MEASURE V.—TROCHAIC OF FOUR FEET, OR TETRAMETER.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • MEASURE VI.—TROCHAIC OF THREE FEET, OR TRIMETER.
        • MEASURE VII.—TROCHAIC OF TWO FEET, OR DIMETER.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • MEASURE VIII.—TROCHAIC OF ONE FOOT, OR MONOMETER.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
      • ORDER III.—ANAPESTIC VERSE.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • MEASURE II.—ANAPESTIC OF THREE FEET, OR TRIMETER.
        • MEASURE III.—ANAPESTIC OF TWO FEET, OR DIMETER.
        • MEASURE IV.—ANAPESTIC OF ONE FOOT, OR MONOMETER.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
      • ORDER IV.—DACTYLIC VERSE.
        • MEASURE I.—DACTYLIC OF EIGHT FEET, OR OCTOMETER.
        • MEASURE III.—DACTYLIC OF SIX FEET, OR HEXAMETER.
        • MEASURE IV.—DACTYLIC OF FIVE FEET, OR PENTAMETER.
        • MEASURE V.—DACTYLIC OF FOUR FEET, OR TETRAMETER.
        • MEASURE VI.—DACTYLIC OF THREE FEET, OR TRIMETER.
        • MEASURE VII.—DACTYLIC OF TWO FEET, OR DIMETER.
        • MEASURE VIII.—DACTYLIC OF ONE FOOT, OR MONOMETER.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
      • ORDER V.—COMPOSITE VERSE.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
      • SECTION V.—ORAL EXERCISES.
        • LESSON II.—RESTORE THE RHYTHM.
    • CHAPTER V.—QUESTIONS.
      • ORDER OF REHEARSAL, AND METHOD OF EXAMINATION.
        • LESSON I.—OF PUNCTUATION.
        • LESSON II.—OF THE COMMA.
        • LESSON III.—OF THE COMMA.
        • LESSON IV.—OF THE SEMICOLON.
        • LESSON V.—OF THE COLON.
        • LESSON VI.—OF THE PERIOD.
        • LESSON VII.—OF THE DASH.
        • LESSON VIII.—OF THE EROTEME.
        • LESSON IX—OF THE ECPHONEME.
        • LESSON X.—OF THE CURVES.
        • LESSON XI.—OF THE OTHER MARKS.
        • LESSON XII.—OF UTTERANCE.
        • LESSON XIII.—OF PRONUNCIATION.
        • LESSON XIV.—OF ELOCUTION.
        • LESSON XV.—OF ELOCUTION.
        • LESSON XVI.—OF FIGURES.
        • LESSON XVII.—OF FIGURES.
        • LESSON XVIII.—OF VERSIFICATION.
        • LESSON XIX.—OF VERSIFICATION.
        • LESSON XX.—OF VERSIFICATION.
        • LESSON XXI.—OF VERSIFICATION.
    • CHAPTER VI.—FOR WRITING.
      • EXERCISES IN PROSODY.
        • EXERCISE I.—PUNCTUATION.
        • EXAMPLES UNDER RULE I.—OF SIMPLE SENTENCES.
        • UNDER RULE II.—OF SIMPLE MEMBERS.
        • UNDER RULE III.—OF MORE THAN TWO WORDS.
        • UNDER RULE IV.—OF TWO TERMS CONNECTED.
        • UNDER RULE V.—OF WORDS IN PAIRS.
        • EXERCISE II.—PUNCTUATION.
        • EXAMPLES UNDER RULE VI.—OF WORDS PUT ABSOLUTE.
        • UNDER RULE VII.—OF WORDS IN APPOSITION.
        • UNDER RULE VIII.—OF ADJECTIVES.
        • UNDER RULE IX.—OF FINITE VERBS.
        • EXERCISE III.—PUNCTUATION.
        • EXAMPLES UNDER RULE X.—OF INFINITIVES.
        • UNDER RULE XI.—OF PARTICIPLES.
        • UNDER RULE XII.—OF ADVERBS.
        • UNDER RULE XIII.—OF CONJUNCTIONS.
        • UNDER RULE XV.—OF INTERJECTIONS.
        • UNDER RULE XVI.—OF WORDS REPEATED.
        • UNDER RULE XVII.—OF DEPENDENT QUOTATIONS.
        • EXERCISE IV.—PUNCTUATION.
        • EXAMPLES UNDER RULE I.—OF COMPOUND MEMBERS.
        • UNDER RULE II.—OF SIMPLE MEMBERS.
        • UNDER RULE III.—OF APPOSITION.
        • UNDER RULE I.—OF ADDITIONAL REMARKS.
        • UNDER RULE II.—OF GREATER PAUSES.
        • UNDER RULE III.—OF INDEPENDENT QUOTATIONS.
        • UNDER RULE I.—OF DISTINCT SENTENCES.
        • UNDER RULE II.—OF ALLIED SENTENCES.
        • UNDER RULE III.—OF ABBREVIATIONS.
        • EXERCISE V.—PUNCTUATION.
        • EXAMPLES UNDER RULE I.—OF ABRUPT PAUSES.
        • UNDER RULE II.—OF EMPHATIC PAUSES.
        • UNDER RULE I.—OF QUESTIONS DIRECT.
        • UNDER RULE II.—OF QUESTIONS UNITED.
        • UNDER RULE III.—OF QUESTIONS INDIRECT.
        • UNDER RULE I.—OF INTERJECTIONS.
        • UNDER RULE II.—OF INVOCATIONS.
        • UNDER RULE III.—OF EXCLAMATORY QUESTIONS.
        • UNDER RULE I.—OF THE PARENTHESIS.
        • UNDER RULE II.—OF INCLUDED POINTS.
        • EXERCISE VI.—PUNCTUATION.
        • EXERCISE VII.—PUNCTUATION.
        • EXERCISE VIII.—SCANNING.
        • EXERCISE IX.—SCANNING.
        • THE END OF PART FOURTH.
  • KEY TO THE IMPROPRIETIES FOR CORRECTION, CONTAINED IN THE GRAMMAR OF ENGLISH GRAMMARS, AND DESIGNED FOR ORAL EXERCISES UNDER ALL THE RULES AND NOTES OF THE WORK.
    • UNDER RULE II.—OF FIRST WORDS.
      • UNDER RULE IV.—OF PROPER NAMES.
        • UNDER RULE V.—OF TITLES.
        • UNDER RULE VI.—OF ONE CAPITAL.
        • UNDER RULE VII.—OF TWO CAPITALS.
        • UNDER RULE VIII.—OF COMPOUNDS.
        • UNDER RULE IX.—OF APPOSITION.
        • UNDER RULE XI.—OF DERIVATIVES.
        • UNDER RULE XII.—OF I AND O.
        • UNDER RULE XIII.—OF POETRY.
        • UNDER RULE XIV.—OF EXAMPLES.
        • UNDER RULE XV.—OF CHIEF WORDS.
        • UNDER RULE XVI.—OF NEEDLESS CAPITALS.
        • PROMISCUOUS CORRECTIONS RESPECTING CAPITALS.
        • LESSON II.—MIXED EXAMPLES.
        • LESSON III.—MIXED EXAMPLES.
        • CHAPTER II.—OF SYLLABLES.
        • LESSON III.—MIXED EXAMPLES.
        • CHAPTER III.—OF WORDS.
        • RULE II.—SIMPLES.
        • RULE III.—THE SENSE.
        • RULE IV.—ELLIPSES.
        • RULE V.—THE HYPHEN.
        • RULE VI.—NO HYPHEN.
        • PROMISCUOUS CORRECTIONS IN THE FIGURE OF WORDS.
        • LESSON II.—MIXED EXAMPLES.
        • LESSON III.—MIXED EXAMPLES.
        • CHAPTER IV.—OF SPELLING.
        • RULE II.—OTHER FINALS.
        • RULE III.—DOUBLING.
        • RULE IV—NO DOUBLING.
        • RULE V.—FINAL CK.
        • RULE VI.—RETAINING.
        • RULE VII.—RETAINING.
        • RULE VIII.—FINAL LL.
        • RULE IX.—FINAL E.
        • RULE X.—FINAL E.
        • RULE XI.—FINAL Y.
        • RULE XII.—FINAL Y.
        • RULE XIII.—IZE AND ISE.
        • RULE XIV.—COMPOUNDS.
        • RULE XV.—USAGE.
        • PROMISCUOUS CORRECTIONS OF FALSE SPELLING.
        • LESSON II.—MIXED EXAMPLES.
        • LESSON III.—MIXED EXAMPLES.
        • THE KEY.—PART II.—ETYMOLOGY.
        • CHAPTER II.—ARTICLES.
        • LESSON II.—ARTICLES INSERTED.
        • LESSON III.—ARTICLES OMITTED.
        • LESSON IV.—ARTICLES CHANGED.
        • LESSON V.—MIXED EXAMPLES.
        • CHAPTER III.—NOUNS.
        • LESSON II.—CASES.
        • LESSON III.—MIXED EXAMPLES.
        • CHAPTER IV.—ADJECTIVES.
        • LESSON II.—MIXED EXAMPLES.
        • LESSON III.—MIXED EXAMPLES.
        • CHAPTER V.—PRONOUNS.
        • LESSON II.—DECLENSIONS.
        • LESSON III.—MIXED EXAMPLES.
        • CHAPTER VI.—VERBS.
        • LESSON II.—MIXED EXAMPLES.
        • LESSON III—MIXED EXAMPLES.
        • CHAPTER VII.—PARTICIPLES.
        • LESSON II.—REGULARS.
        • LESSON III.—MIXED EXAMPLES.
        • CHAPTER VIII.—ADVERBS.
        • CHAPTER IX.—CONJUNCTIONS.
        • CHAPTER X.—PREPOSITIONS.
      • THE KEY.—PART III.—SYNTAX.
        • CHAPTER II.—ARTICLES.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—AN OR A WITH PLURALS.
        • UNDER NOTE III.—NOUNS CONNECTED.
        • UNDER NOTE IV.—ADJECTIVES CONNECTED.
        • UNDER NOTE V.—ADJECTIVES CONNECTED.
        • UNDER NOTE VI.—ARTICLES OR PLURALS.
        • UNDER NOTE VII.—CORRESPONDENT TERMS.
        • UNDER NOTE VIII.—CORRESPONDENCE PECULIAR.
        • UNDER NOTE IX.—A SERIES OF TERMS.
        • UNDER NOTE X.—SPECIES AND GENUS.
        • UNDER NOTE XI.—ARTICLES NOT REQUISITE.
        • UNDER NOTE XII.—TITLES AND NAMES.
        • UNDER NOTE XIII.—COMPARISONS AND ALTERNATIVES.
        • UNDER NOTE XIV.—ANTECEDENTS TO WHO OR WHICH.
        • UNDER NOTE XV.—PARTICIPIAL NOUNS.
        • UNDER NOTE XVI.—PARTICIPLES, NOT NOUNS.
        • UNDER NOTE XVII.—VARIOUS ERRORS.
        • CHAPTER III.—CASES, OR NOUNS.
        • CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE III; OF APPOSITION.
        • CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE IV; OF POSSESSIVES.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—POSSESSIVES CONNECTED.
        • UNDER NOTE III.—CHOICE OF FORMS.
        • UNDER NOTE IV.—NOUNS WITH POSSESSIVES PLURAL.
        • UNDER NOTE V.—POSSESSIVES WITH PARTICIPLES.
        • CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE V; OF OBJECTIVES.
        • UNDER NOTE I.—OF VERBS TRANSITIVE.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—OF VERBS INTRANSITIVE.
        • UNDER NOTE III.—OF VERBS MISAPPLIED.
        • UNDER NOTE IV.—OF PASSIVE VERBS.
        • UNDER NOTE V.—OF PASSIVE VERBS TRANSITIVE.
        • UNDER NOTE VI.—OF PERFECT PARTICIPLES.
        • UNDER NOTE VII.—OF CONSTRUCTIONS AMBIGUOUS.
        • UNDER NOTE VIII.—OF YE AND YOU IN SCRIPTURE.
        • CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE VI; OF SAME CASES.
        • UNDER NOTE I.—OF THE CASE DOUBTFUL.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—OF FALSE IDENTIFICATION.
        • CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE VII; OF OBJECTIVES.
        • CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE VIII; NOM. ABSOLUTE.
        • CHAPTER IV.—ADJECTIVES.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—OF FIXED NUMBERS.
        • UNDER NOTE III.—OF RECIPROCALS.
        • UNDER NOTE IV.—OF COMPARATIVES.
        • UNDER NOTE V.—OF SUPERLATIVES.
        • UNDER NOTE VI.—OF INCLUSIVE TERMS.
        • UNDER NOTE VII.—EXTRA COMPARISONS.
        • UNDER NOTE VIII.—ADJECTIVES CONNECTED.
        • UNDER NOTE X.—ADJECTIVES FOR ADVERBS.
        • UNDER NOTE XI.—THEM FOR THOSE.
        • UNDER NOTE XII.—THIS AND THAT.
        • UNDER NOTE XIII.—EITHER AND NEITHER.
        • UNDER NOTE XIV.—WHOLE, LESS, MORE, AND MOST.
        • UNDER NOTE XV.—PARTICIPIAL ADJECTIVES.
        • UNDER NOTE XVI.—FIGURE OF ADJECTIVES.
        • CHAPTER V.—PRONOUNS.
        • UNDER NOTE I.—PRONOUNS WRONG—OR NEEDLESS.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—CHANGE OF NUMBER.
        • UNDER NOTE III.—WHO AND WHICH.
        • UNDER NOTE IV.—NOUNS OF MULTITUDE.
        • UNDER NOTE V.—CONFUSION OF SENSES.
        • UNDER NOTE VI.—THE RELATIVE THAT.
        • UNDER NOTE VII.—RELATIVE CLAUSES CONNECTED.
        • UNDER NOTE VIII.—THE RELATIVE AND PREPOSITION.
        • UNDER NOTE X.—REPEAT THE NOUN.
        • UNDER NOTE XI.—PLACE OF THE RELATIVE.
        • UNDER NOTE XII.—WHAT FOR THAT.
        • UNDER NOTE XIII.—ADJECTIVES FOR ANTECEDENTS.
        • UNDER NOTE XIV.—SENTENCES FOR ANTECEDENTS.
        • UNDER NOTE XV.—REPEAT THE PRONOUN.
        • UNDER NOTE XVI.—CHANGE THE ANTECEDENT.
        • CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE XI; OF PRONOUNS.
        • UNDER NOTE I.—THE IDEA OF UNITY.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—UNIFORMITY OF NUMBER.
        • CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE XII; OF PRONOUNS.
        • CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE XIII; OF PRONOUNS.
        • CHAPTER VI.—VERBS.
        • UNDER NOTE I.—THE RELATIVE AND VERB.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—NOMINATIVE WITH ADJUNCTS.
        • UNDER NOTE III.—COMPOSITE OR CONVERTED SUBJECTS.
        • UNDER NOTE IV.—EACH, ONE, EITHER, AND NEITHER.
        • UNDER NOTE V.—VERB BETWEEN TWO NOMINATIVES.
        • UNDER NOTE VI.—CHANGE OF THE NOMINATIVE.
        • UNDER NOTE VII.—FORMS ADAPTED TO DIFFERENT STYLES.
        • UNDER NOTE VIII.—EXPRESS THE NOMINATIVE.
        • UNDER NOTE IX.—APPLICATION OF MOODS.
        • UNDER NOTE X.—FALSE SUBJUNCTIVES.
        • CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE XV AND ITS NOTE.
        • UNDER THE NOTE.—THE IDEA OF UNITY.
        • CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE XVI AND ITS NOTES.
        • UNDER THE RULE ITSELF.—THE VERB BEFORE JOINT NOMINATIVES.
        • UNDER NOTE I.—CHANGE THE CONNECTIVE.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—AFFIRMATION WITH NEGATION.
        • UNDER NOTE III.—AS WELL AS, BUT, OR SAVE.
        • UNDER NOTE IV.—EACH, EVERY, OR NO.
        • UNDER NOTE VI.—ELLIPTICAL CONSTRUCTIONS.
        • UNDER NOTE VII.—DISTINCT SUBJECT PHRASES.
        • CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE XVII AND ITS NOTES.
        • UNDER THE RULE ITSELF.—NOMINATIVES CONNECTED BY NOR.
        • UNDER NOTE I.—NOMINATIVES THAT DISAGREE.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—COMPLETE THE CONCORD.
        • UNDER NOTE III.—PLACE OF THE FIRST PERSON.
        • UNDER NOTE IV.—DISTINCT SUBJECT PHRASES.
        • UNDER NOTE V.—MAKE THE VERBS AGREE.
        • UNDER NOTE VI.—USE SEPARATE NOMINATIVES.
        • UNDER NOTE VII.—MIXTURE OF DIFFERENT STYLES.
        • UNDER NOTE VIII.—CONFUSION OF MOODS.
        • UNDER NOTE IX.—IMPROPER ELLIPSES.
        • UNDER NOTE X.—DO, USED AS A SUBSTITUTE.
        • UNDER NOTE XI.—PRETERITS AND PARTICIPLES.
        • UNDER NOTE XII.—OF VERBS CONFOUNDED.
        • UNDER NOTE XIII.—WORDS THAT EXPRESS TIME.
        • UNDER NOTE XV.—PERMANENT PROPOSITIONS.
        • CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE XVIII; INFINITIVES.
        • CORRECTIONS UNDER RULE XIX.—OF INFINITIVES.
        • CHAPTER VII.—PARTICIPLES.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—ARTICLES REQUIRE OF.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—ADJECTIVES REQUIRE OF.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—POSSESSIVES REQUIRE OF.
        • UNDER NOTE III.—CHANGE THE EXPRESSION.
        • UNDER NOTE IV.—DISPOSAL OF ADVERBS.
        • UNDER NOTE V.—OF PARTICIPLES WITH ADJECTIVES.
        • UNDER NOTE VI.—OF COMPOUND VERBAL NOUNS.
        • UNDER NOTE IX.—VERBS OF PREVENTING.
        • UNDER NOTE X.—THE LEADING WORD IN SENSE.
        • UNDER NOTE XI.—REFERENCE OF PARTICIPLES.
        • UNDER NOTE XII.—OF PARTICIPLES AND NOUNS.
        • UNDER NOTE XIII.—PERFECT PARTICIPLES.
        • CHAPTER VIII.—ADVERBS.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—ADVERBS FOR ADJECTIVES.
        • UNDER NOTE V.—THE ADVERB HOW.
        • UNDER NOTE VI.—WHEN, WHILE, OR WHERE.
        • UNDER NOTE VII.—THE ADVERB NO FOR NOT.
        • UNDER NOTE VIII.—OF DOUBLE NEGATIVES.
        • UNDER NOTE IX.—EVER AND NEVER.
        • UNDER NOTE X.—OF THE FORM OF ADVERBS.
        • CHAPTER IX.—CONJUNCTIONS.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—OF HETEROGENEOUS TERMS.
        • UNDER NOTE III.—IMPORT OF CONJUNCTIONS.
        • UNDER NOTE IV.—THE CONJUNCTION THAN.
        • UNDER NOTE V.—RELATIVES EXCLUDE CONJUNCTIONS.
        • UNDER NOTE VI.—OF THE WORD THAT.
        • UNDER NOTE VII.—OF THE CORRESPONDENTS.
        • UNDER NOTE VIII.—IMPROPER ELLIPSES.
        • CHAPTER X.—PREPOSITIONS.
        • UNDER NOTE II.—TWO OBJECTS OR MORE.
        • UNDER NOTE III.—OMISSION OF PREPOSITIONS.
        • UNDER NOTE IV.—OF NEEDLESS PREPOSITIONS.
        • UNDER NOTE V.—THE PLACING OF THE WORDS.
        • CHAPTER XI.—PROMISCUOUS EXERCISES.
        • LESSON II.—ANY PARTS OF SPEECH.
        • LESSON III.—ANY PARTS OF SPEECH.
        • CHAPTER XII.—GENERAL REVIEW.
        • LESSON II.—NOUNS, OR CASES.
        • LESSON III.—ADJECTIVES.
        • LESSON IV.—PRONOUNS.
        • LESSON V.—VERBS.
        • LESSON VI.—VERBS.
        • LESSON VII.—PARTICIPLES.
        • LESSON VIII.—ADVERBS.
        • LESSON IX.—CONJUNCTIONS.
        • LESSON X.—PREPOSITIONS.
        • LESSON XI.—PROMISCUOUS.
        • LESSON XII.—TWO ERRORS.
        • LESSON XIII.—TWO ERRORS
        • LESSON XIV.—TWO ERRORS.
        • LESSON XV.—THREE ERRORS.
        • LESSON XVI.—THREE ERRORS.
        • LESSON XVII.—MANY ERRORS.
        • LESSON XVIII.—MANY ERRORS.
        • CHAPTER XIII—GENERAL RULE.
        • LESSON II.—NOUNS.
        • LESSON III.—ADJECTIVES.
        • LESSON IV.—PRONOUNS.
        • LESSON V.—VERBS.
        • LESSON VI.—PARTICIPLES.
        • LESSON VII.—ADVERBS.
        • LESSON VIII.—CONJUNCTIONS.
        • LESSON IX.—PREPOSITIONS.
        • LESSON X.—MIXED EXAMPLES.
        • LESSON XI.—OF BAD PHRASES.
        • LESSON XII.—OF TWO ERRORS.
        • LESSON XIII.—OF TWO ERRORS.
        • LESSON XIV.—OF THREE ERRORS.
        • LESSON XV.—OF MANY ERRORS.
        • LESSON XVI.—OF MANY ERRORS.
        • CORRECTIONS UNDER THE CRITICAL NOTES.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE II.—OF DOUBTFUL REFERENCE.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE III.—OF DEFINITIONS.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE IV.—OF COMPARISONS.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE V.—OF FALSITIES.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE VI.—OF ABSURDITIES.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE VII.—OF SELF-CONTRADICTION.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE VIII.—OF SENSELESS JUMBLING.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE IX.—OF WORDS NEEDLESS.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE X.—OF IMPROPER OMISSIONS.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE XI.—OF LITERARY BLUNDERS.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE XII—OF PERVERSIONS.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE XIII.—OF AWKWARDNESS.
        • UNDER CRITICAL NOTE XIV.—OF IGNORANCE.
        • PROMISCUOUS CORRECTIONS OF FALSE SYNTAX.
        • LESSON II.—UNDER VARIOUS RULES.
        • LESSON III.—UNDER VARIOUS RULES.
        • LESSON IV.—UNDER VARIOUS RULES.
        • LESSON V.—UNDER VARIOUS RULES.
        • THE KEY.—PART IV.—PROSODY.
        • CHAPTER I.—PUNCTUATION.
        • UNDER THE EXCEPTION CONCERNING SIMPLE SENTENCES.
        • UNDER RULE II.—OF SIMPLE MEMBERS.
        • UNDER THE EXCEPTIONS CONCERNING SIMPLE MEMBERS.
        • UNDER RULE III.—OF MORE THAN TWO WORDS.
        • UNDER RULE IV.—OF ONLY TWO WORDS.
        • UNDER EXCEPTION I.—TWO WORDS WITH ADJUNCTS.
        • UNDER EXCEPTION II.—TWO TERMS CONTRASTED.
        • UNDER EXCEPTION III.—OF AN ALTERNATIVE OF WORDS.
        • UNDER EXCEPTION IV.—OF A SECOND COMMA.
        • UNDER RULE V.—OF WORDS IN PAIRS.
        • UNDER RULE VI.—OF WORDS ABSOLUTE.
        • UNDER RULE VII.—OF WORDS IN APPOSITION.
        • UNDER THE EXCEPTIONS CONCERNING APPOSITION.
        • UNDER RULE VIII.—OF ADJECTIVES.
        • UNDER THE EXCEPTION CONCERNING ADJECTIVES.
        • UNDER RULE IX.—OF FINITE VERBS.
        • UNDER RULE X.—OF INFINITIVES.
        • UNDER RULE XI.—OF PARTICIPLES.
        • UNDER THE EXCEPTION CONCERNING PARTICIPLES.
        • UNDER RULE XII.—OF ADVERBS.
        • UNDER RULE XIII.—OF CONJUNCTIONS.
        • UNDER RULE XIV.—OF PREPOSITIONS.
        • UNDER RULE XV.—OF INTERJECTIONS.
        • UNDER RULE XVI.—OF WORDS REPEATED.
        • UNDER RULE XVII.—OF DEPENDENT QUOTATIONS.
        • SECTION II.—THE SEMICOLON.
        • MIXED EXAMPLES CORRECTED.
        • SECTION III.—THE COLON.
        • UNDER RULE II.—OF GREATER PAUSES.
        • UNDER RULE III.—OF INDEPENDENT QUOTATIONS.
        • MIXED EXAMPLES CORRECTED.
        • SECTION IV.—THE PERIOD.
        • UNDER RULE II.—OF ALLIED SENTENCES.
        • UNDER RULE III.—OF ABBREVIATIONS.
        • SECTION V.—THE DASH.
        • UNDER RULE II.—OF EMPHATIC PAUSES.
        • UNDER RULE III.—OF FAULTY DASHES.
        • MIXED EXAMPLES CORRECTED.
        • SECTION VI.—THE EROTEME.
        • UNDER RULE II.—OF QUESTIONS UNITED.
        • UNDER RULE III.—OF QUESTIONS INDIRECT.
        • MIXED EXAMPLES CORRECTED.
        • SECTION VII—THE ECPHONEME.
        • UNDER RULE II.—OF INVOCATIONS.
        • UNDER RULE III.—OF EXCLAMATORY QUESTIONS.
        • MIXED EXAMPLES CORRECTED.
        • SECTION VIII.—THE CURVES.
        • UNDER RULE II.—OF INCLUDED POINTS.
        • MIXED EXAMPLES CORRECTED.
        • SECTION IX.—ALL POINTS.
        • GOOD ENGLISH RIGHTLY POINTED.
        • LESSON II—UNDER VARIOUS RULES.
        • LESSON III.—UNDER VARIOUS RULES.
        • CHAPTER II.—UTTERANCE.
        • CHAPTER III.—FIGURES.
        • CHAPTER IV.—VERSIFICATION.
        • LESSON II.—RHYTHM RESTORED.
        • END OF THE KEY.
      • APPENDIX I. TO PART FIRST, OR ORTHOGRAPHY. OF THE SOUNDS OF THE LETTERS.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • I. OF THE LETTER A.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
      • DIPHTHONGS BEGINNING WITH A.
      • TRIPHTHONGS BEGINNING WITH A.
      • II. OF THE LETTER B.
      • III. OF THE LETTER C.
      • IV. OF THE LETTER D.
        • V. OF THE LETTER E.
        • DIPHTHONGS BEGINNING WITH E.
        • TRIPHTHONGS BEGINNING WITH E.
        • VI. OF THE LETTER F.
        • VII. OF THE LETTER G.
        • VIII. OF THE LETTER H.
        • IX. OF THE LETTER I.
        • DIPHTHONGS BEGINNING WITH I.
        • TRIPHTHONGS BEGINNING WITH I.
        • X. OF THE LETTER J.
        • XI. OF THE LETTER K.
        • XII. OF THE LETTER L.
        • XIII. OF THE LETTER M.
        • XIV. OF THE LETTER N.
        • XV. OF THE LETTER O.
        • DIPHTHONGS BEGINNING WITH O.
        • TRIPHTHONGS BEGINNING WITH O.
        • XVI. OF THE LETTER P.
        • XVII. OF THE LETTER Q.
        • XVIII. OF THE LETTER R.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
        • XIX. OF THE LETTER S.
        • XX. OF THE LETTER T.
        • XXI. OF THE LETTER U.
        • DIPHTHONGS BEGINNING WITH U.
        • TRIPHTHONGS BEGINNING WITH U.
        • XXII. OF THE LETTER V.
        • XXIII. OF THE LETTER W.
        • XXIV. OF THE LETTER X.
        • XXV. OF THE LETTER Y.
        • XXVI. OF THE LETTER Z.
        • END OF THE FIRST APPENDIX.
    • APPENDIX II.
      • SECTION I.—DERIVATION OF THE ARTICLES.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
      • SECTION II.—DERIVATION OF NOUNS.
      • SECTION III.—DERIVATION OF ADJECTIVES.
      • SECTION IV.—DERIVATION OF THE PRONOUNS.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
      • SECTION V.—DERIVATION OF VERBS.
      • SECTION VI.—DERIVATION OF PARTICIPLES.
      • SECTION VII.—DERIVATION OF ADVERBS.
        • OBSERVATIONS.
      • SECTION VIII.—DERIVATION OF CONJUNCTIONS.
        • SECTION IX.—DERIVATION OF PREPOSITIONS.
        • OBSERVATION.
      • SECTION X.—DERIVATION OF INTERJECTIONS.
      • SECTION XI—EXPLANATION OF THE PREFIXES.
        • CLASS I—THE ENGLISH OR ANGLO-SAXON PREFIXES.
        • CLASS II.—THE LATIN PREFIXES.
        • CLASS III.—THE GREEK PREFIXES.
        • CLASS IV.—THE FRENCH PREFIXES.
    • APPENDIX III TO PART THIRD, OR SYNTAX.
      • SECTION I.—OF PURITY.
        • SECTION II.—OF PROPRIETY.
      • SECTION III.—OF PRECISION.
        • OBSERVATION.
        • SECTION IV.—OF PERSPICUITY.
        • SECTION V.—OF UNITY.
        • SECTION VI.—OF STRENGTH.
        • END OF THE THIRD APPENDIX.
    • APPENDIX IV.
      • POETICAL PECULIARITIES.
        • THE END OF APPENDIX FOURTH
    • INDEX TO THE GRAMMAR OF ENGLISH GRAMMARS.
      • B.
        • C.
        • D.
        • E.
        • F.
        • G.
        • H.
        • I.
        • J.
        • K.
        • L.
        • M.
        • N.
        • O.
        • P.
        • Q.
        • R.
        • S.
        • T.
        • U.
        • V.
        • W.
        • X.
        • Y.
        • Z.
        • THE END OF THE INDEX,
    • FOOTNOTES:
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