The Original Rhythmical Grammar of the English Language

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Georg Olms Verlag, 1976

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CHAP I
1
CHAP II
17
CHAP III
40
and Exclamation The Break or Dash
65
CHAP IV
82
Cadence whatHow Cadences are formed
93
CHAP VII
116
Fifth Accident of Language Force or Quality
128
Pauses or Rests Grammatical Punctuation
239
CHAP XV
251
Set to the Music of Specch
252
The Soldiers Dream Ditto 26
260
The Contented Miller
266
The Swollen Torrent
274
Hohenlinden an Epic Song
280
Set to the Music of Speech
299

CHAP XI
142
Monosyllables Their Pliability in Lan
153
CHAP XIII
183
General Rules for Accents inadequate
222
Three hundred and eightyeight questions
232
Battle of Waterloo
325
The Rainbow
332
The Temple of Jerusalem
338
Hamlets Directions to the Players
345
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