A New Inductive Grammar of the English Language, Founded Entirely on the Principle of Relations
by Barrett, Solomon
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- A New Inductive Grammar of the English Language, Founded Entirely on the Principle of Relations
- Barrett, Solomon
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- First Edition
- Higgins, Bradley & Dayton
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- Syntax Pronunciation Parsing
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- 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
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