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Prittle prattle [electronic resource] : Or, a familiar discourse on the persons I, thou, he or she. We, ye or you, and they. Designed for the use and benefit of the youth of the people called Quakers, who have not had the opportunity of learning a grammar. By a lover of truth. J. J.

by J. J.

Material type: TextBook; Language:English; Format: print available online remote Publisher: London : printed for the author, by J. Hart, in Popping's Court, Fleetstreet, MDCCLII. [1752]Online access: Full text online Availability: No items available

A short English grammar [electronic resource].

by Wesley, John, 1703-1791.

Material type: TextBook; Language:English; Format: print available online remote Publisher: Bristol : printed by Felix Farley, MDCCXLVIII. [1748]Online access: Full text online Availability: No items available

A short introduction to English grammar [electronic resource] : with critical notes.

by Lowth, Robert, 1710-1787.

Edition: A new edition, corrected.Material type: TextBook; Language:English; Format: print available online remote Publisher: London : printed for J. Dodsley, in Pall-Mall; and T. Cadell, in the Strand, MDCCLXXVIII. [1778]Online access: Full text online Availability: No items available

An introduction to English grammar: intended also to assist young persons in the study of other languages, and to remove many of the difficulties which impede their progress in learning [electronic resource].

by Bridel, Ed. P. (Edmund Philip).

Material type: TextBook; Language:English; Format: print available online remote Publisher: London : printed and sold by James Phillips & Son, George Yard, Lombard Street, for Edmd Ph. Bridel, L.L.D. Master of the Academy, Bird's Buildings, Islington, Middlesex; and may be had of all booksellers Entered at Stationers Hall, [1798?]Online access: Full text online Availability: No items available

The first principles of English grammar, [electronic resource] : in verse, For the use of children.

by Williams, John, of Catherington.

Material type: TextBook; Language:English; Format: print available online remote Publisher: [Salisbury? : s.n., 1780?]Online access: Full text online Availability: No items available

A methodical English grammar [electronic resource] : containing rules and directions for speaking and writing the English language with propriety: illustrated by a variety of examples and exercises. For the use of schools. Price two shillings. By the Rev. John Shaw, Head-Master of the Free Grammar School, at Rochdale, in Lancashire.

by Shaw, John, 1729-1796.

Material type: TextBook; Language:English; Format: print available online remote Publisher: London : printed for the author: and sold by Richardson and Urquhart, near the Royal Exchange; and by J. Prescott, in Manchester, MD,CC,LXXVIII. [1778]Online access: Full text online Availability: No items available

Grammatical institutes [electronic resource] : or, an easy introduction to Dr. Lowth's English grammar, designed for the use of schools. And to lead Young Gentlemen and Ladies, into the Knowledge of the first Principles of the English Language. By John Ash, with an appendix, containing, I. The Declension of irregular and defective Verbs. II. The Application of the Grammatical Institutes. III. Some useful Observations on the Ellipsis.

by Ash, John, 1724?-1779.

Edition: The fifth edition, revised and corrected by the author.Material type: TextBook; Language:English; Format: print available online remote Publisher: London : printed for E. and C. Dilly, in the Poultry. MDCCLXXI. (entered at Stationer's-Hall, agreeable to Act of Parliament.), [1771]Online access: Full text online Availability: No items available

A short view of English grammar. [electronic resource] : In a method intirely new. Containing, I. The doctrine of the eight parts of speech, together with their Signs to know them. II. The Declension of Substantives, Regular, Irregular, Defective, and Redundant, with their Articles and Signs. III. A Table of Adjectives in the three Degrees of Comparison; and how they form Abstracts and Adverbs. IV. The Declension of Pronouns, Substantive and Adjective, Simple and Compound. V. A Table of the Themes of Verbs, with their Government; also their Conjugation and Application of their Signs. VI. A Table of Participles of all Kinds, together with the Gerunds. Vii. The most remarkable Original Adverbs, Simple and Compounded, disposed Alphabetically. Viii. Prepositions and their Government: Also those called Inseparable, and other Syllables borrowed from the Latin in Words compounded. IX. A Summary of Syntax, shewing the Concord and Government of Words join'd in Speech. X. Prosody, shewing the various Ways of accenting Words. XI. The principal and ornamental Rules of Rhetoric, necessary to understand an English Author in Prose or Poetry. XII. Lastly, the terms explain'd; and an account of the stops and marks in writing. For the use of schools. By John Stirling, M. A. And Master of St. Andrew's School, Holbourn.

by Stirling, John, d. 1777.

Material type: TextBook; Language:English; Format: print available online remote Publisher: London : printed for the author, M.DCC.XXXV. [1735]Online access: Full text online Availability: No items available

Speculum linguarum [electronic resource] : or, Greek made easy to scholars, by an English grammar only, Neither tedious, nor obscure; whereby, the young Beginner, will be greatly assisted in learning that Language, the Principles thereof being laid down in a familliar Manner; for the Use of Schools and private Families. Numb. II. By John Entick. Master of a Private School, in Bell-Alley, Coleman-Street.

by Entick, John, 1703?-1773.

Material type: TextBook; Language:English; Format: print available online remote Publisher: London : printed for Joseph Pote, at Sir Isaac Newton's Head at Suffolk-Street End, near Charing Cross: sold also, by Mr. Strahan, in Cornhill; Mr. Battley, at the Dove in Pater-Noster-Row; and Mr. Williamson, at Grays-Inn-Gate, in Holbourn, 1729Online access: Full text online Availability: No items available

The english schollar's assistant [electronic resource] : or, the rudiments of the English tongue. In four parts. Part I. Treats of letters in general , their Origin, their Division into Vowels, Consonants, Diphthongs, Triphthongs, and their various Use, &c. Part II. Treats of syllables and their division in spelling , &c. Of Notes and Marks belonging to Syllables, with their Use; and of Points and Stops. Part III. Treats of words, or parts of speech , with the Accidents to each Part, in a practical and useful Method. Part IV. Treats of sentences or syntax , with proper Examples to each Rule in Concord and Government, explaining fully the Use of both, and Remarks upon each Rule for the Help of the Learner. And for a further Assistance to Teachers, &c fit Interrogatories are annex'd under each Head to examine Children by. With an Appendix of the Lord's Prayer by way of Question and Answer for Exercise. By Samuel Saxon . Sloth sits and censures what the Industrious teach: Foxes despise the Grapes they cannot reach.

by Saxon, Samuel.

Edition: The second edition.Material type: TextBook; Language:English; Format: print available online remote Publisher: Reading : printed by D. Henry; and sold by Mr. Brown , at the Black Swan, without Temple Bar ; Mr. Hazard , at the Bible, in Stationers Court ; Mr. Marshal, at the Bible, in Newgate-Street, London; by Mr. Blackman, Bookseller in the Fisher-Row, Reading; by Mr. Pote, Bookseller at Windsor; by Mr. Elliot at Newbury; and by the author at the Free-School at Wokingham, M.DCC.XXXVII. [1737]Online access: Full text online Availability: No items available

English exercises, [electronic resource] : adapted to the Grammar lately published by L. Murray; Consisting of Exemplifications of the Parts of Speech; Instances of false Orthography; Violations of the Rules of Syntax; Defects in Punctuation; and Violations of the Rules respecting Perspicuity and Accuracy. Designed for the benefit of private learners, as well as for the use of schools. By Lindley Murray.

by Murray, Lindley, 1745-1826.

Edition: The second edition, improved.Material type: TextBook; Language:English; Format: print available online remote Publisher: York : printed and sold by Wilson, Spence, and Mawman: sold also by Darton and Harvey, No. 55, Grace-Church-Street, London , [1797]Online access: Full text online Availability: No items available

The elements of English grammar [electronic resource] : with a concise view of the principal figures of rhetoric. By G.N. Ussher.

by Ussher, G. Neville (George Neville).

Edition: The third edition improved.Material type: TextBook; Language:English; Format: print available online remote Publisher: Glocester : printed by R. Raikes. Sold by T. Evans, Paternoster-Row, London; and by J. Washbourne, Glocester, MDCCXCIII. [1793]Online access: Full text online Availability: No items available

The elements of short hand, [electronic resource] : founded on the principles of nature, grammar, and true philosophy, uniting each in the rational, grammatical, and elliptical contraction of the English language, And exemplified by a Variety of proper Examples. For the use of students in the universities, and of private gentlemen.

by Mitchell, John, stenographer.

Edition: The fifth edition.Material type: TextBook; Language:English; Format: print available online remote Publisher: London : printed for the author, J. Mitchell. And sold by J. Bew, No. 28, Pater-Noster-Row, M,DCC,LXXXIX. [1789]Other title: Elements of short-hand.Online access: Full text online Availability: No items available

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