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" No language can be more simple and intelligible than that in which the Rules of this Grammar are expressed, and the heaviness of a dull treatise is relieved by occasional queries from the Pupil. The construction of Sentences, and the force of the Prepositions... "
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The Text of the English Bible, as Now Printed by the Universities ...

Thomas Turton (Bishop of Ely) - 1833 - 131 sivua
...cloth. No language can be more simple and intelligible than that in which the Rules of this Grammar are expressed, and the heaviness of a dull treatise is...cheerful. Emphasis is treated very perspicuously; and the Grammar closes with most useful Questions on the Rules. OUTLINES of GEOGRAPHY. By GEORGE HOGARTH. Price...

Scenes and sketches from English history. (Comm. of gen. lit. and educ., S.P ...

English history - 1833
...Boards. No language can be more simple and intelligible than that in which the Hull's of this Grammar are expressed, and the heaviness of a dull treatise is...Prepositions and Conjunctions, are illustrated by examples frnm the English Uible ; while, at the same time, the tone of the work is cheerful. Emphasis is treated...

Greenwich: Its History, Antiquities, Improvements, and Public Buildings

Henry S. Richardson - 1834 - 130 sivua
...RUSNo language can be more simple and intelligible than that in which the Rules ' ,i thi* Grammar ore expressed, and the heaviness of a dull treatise is...The construction of Sentences, and the force of the Preposition! and Conjunctions, are JJJ illustrated by examples from the English Bible; whil't, at the...

A Discourse on the Studies of the University

Adam Sedgwick - 1834 - 157 sivua
...School. No language can be more simple and intelligible than that in which the Rules of this Grammar are expressed, and the heaviness of a dull treatise is...Pupil. The construction of Sentences, and the Force of i IK- Prepositions and Conjunctions, are illustrated by examples from the English Bible; while, at...

Readings in Biography: A Selection of the Lives of Eminent Men of All Nations

William Cooke Taylor - 1834 - 408 sivua
...School. No language can be more simple and intelligible than that in which the Rules of this Grammar are expressed, and the heaviness of a dull treatise is...queries from the Pupil. The construction of Sentences, antl the force of the Prepositions and Conjunctions, are illustrated by examples from the English Bible;...

Oaths: Their Origin, Nature, and History

James Endell Tyler - 1834 - 319 sivua
...School. No language can be more simple and intelligible than that in which the Rules of this Grammar a re expressed, and the heaviness of a dull treatise is...relieved by occasional queries from the Pupil. The ronstraction of Sentences, and the force uf tho Prepositions and Conjunctions, are illustrated by examples...

Oaths: their origin, nature, and history

James Endell Tyler - 1834 - 319 sivua
...Rules of this Grammar are expressed, and the heaviness of a dull treatise is relieved by occasiona! queries from the Pupil. The construction of Sentences,...and the force of the Prepositions and Conjunctions, arc E illustrated by examples from the English Bible; while, at the same time, the tone of the work...

A familiar history of birds: their nature, habits, and instincts, Nide 1

Edward Stanley - 1835
...6d, No language can be more simple and intelligible than that in which the Rules ,if this Grammar are expressed, and the heaviness of a dull treatise is...cheerful. Emphasis is treated very perspicuously ; and the Grammar closes with most useful Questions on the Rules. OUTLINES of GEOGRAPHY. 10d. By GEO. HOGARTH....

The Influence of Democracy on Liberty, Property, and the Happiness of ...

Fisher Ames - 1835 - 199 sivua
...School. No language can be more simple and intelligible than that in which the Rules of this Grammar are expressed, and the heaviness of a dull treatise is...cheerful. Emphasis is treated very perspicuously ; and tne Gram mar closes with most useful Questions on the Rules. With Maps and Cuts, price Ten Pence, OUTLINES...

On the Management and Education of Children

Lydia Maria Child - 1835 - 149 sivua
...School. No language can be more simple and intelligible than that in which the Rules of this Grammar are expressed, and the heaviness of a dull treatise is...from the English Bible; while, at the same time, the toot of the work is cheerful. Emphasis is treated very perspicuously ; and the Grammar closes with...




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