A hand-book of the English language

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The Franks
9
The Saxons of the Emperor Julian
10
The Litus Saxonicum
12
17 The notice of Carausius by Eutropius
13
Other notices
15
Saxons Ficts and Scots
16
CHAPTER II
17
Notices of Sidonius Apollinaris
18
The Saxons of Adovacrius
20
Confusion between Britain and Britany
21
J Analogy of Gaul
22
THE VENEBABLE BEDA THE FRANK MISSIONARIES AND ST AUOUSTDf
25
Bedds Geography
31
The Carolinian Psalms
38
High and Low German
44
Transition of Letters
50
SECTION PAOE 49 Old Frisian
53
Middle Frisian
56
Modern Frisian
57
North FrisianSong for a Wediling
60
The Wooer from Holstein
61
The Weddingstones of Eidum
62
Rumpelstiltsken
64
Angraria
66
5S The Slavonic frontier
68
Mecklenburg and Lunenburgh
69
The Langobards
73
Thuringia and its relations to Ostphalia
74
The Norsavi of the Sixth Century
76
The Anglii et Werini
77
Retrospect
78
ON ANGLE AND SAXON AS NAMES 68 Value of the words Angle and Saxon as names
79
Saxon as a name
81
Saxons of Rudolf
83
Angle as a nameAngles Suevi and Marckmen
84
Rheine and Chreine 36
86
The Frank Embassy
90
The reign of Theodebert
93
TheTravellers Song
94
Beowulf
96
Retrospect
97
CHAPTER X
119
9G The Durham Ritual
125
Break and RevivalEarliest specimen of the Northumbrian
132
SECTION PAGE
136
Dialects cf the Northumbrian of Scotland
143
Soo and She
150
Its Analytic Character
156
CHAPTER XIII
164
Frisian of Procopius
165
Danes of Procopius
166
Saxony Hesse and Thuringia
167
Dialect of Anglen
169
The Norse preferred to the Frisianwhy
171
Moesogothic and Old Norse
172
Moesogothic Old Norse and Old High German
173
High German Phonesis
176
126127 History of the Moesogothic
179
Moesogothic specimen
182
Old Norse specimen
183
Sigmatism of the Moesogothic
187
Bate of change c
189
133134 Nature of the connexion between Northumbrian and the Norse
191
Changes
193
From s to a in Old NorseIs and Er Pronoun
194
142144 The socalled Passive Voice 198201
198
115146 Affinities between the Northumbrian and Norse 201202
201
147 Eschewal of the Nunnation c
202
Norse forms in r
203
HeThe and Se
204
The n in the Ordinal Numbers
205
The escltewal of the form since c
206
RIXTION PAGE
207
RetrospectInternal Evidence
218
The Angle district
224
Stages in general
230
The IndoGermanic c Class of Languages
239
SECTION FACE 250 Personal Pronouns in Anglosaxon
287
Iand We Thou and Ye
288
We and Me Ye and Tlwu
289
255257 Duals and Plurals 280290
290
250260 Comparative Table 292294
292
Hie Declensions of the Pronoun
294
HeandHco
297
265270 They These Those 298304
298
She Him c
304
272273 The Interrogative and Relative
305
The Numerals 30G
306
Ordinality and Superlativity 309 n 277 Eleven and Twelve 31o 278 The ty in twenty c
310
Declension of Substantives
311
Gender
313
The termination in s
316
The Sound of s as Surd or Sonant
317
Plural of words ending in a vowel or a diphthong
319
The s in houses
321
4S7 Signs of Number not ending in s
323
Operative and Obsolete processes
325
The Comparative Degree 826
326
Comparison of Adverbs
327
The Masogothk Degrees in s or z
328
Retrospect Amount of Declension
329
CHAPTER VL
333
Relations of Indeterminate Verb to Now
336
SECTION PAGE
337
CHAPTER VIII
347
Reduplication retainodDid
363
SECTION PAGS
370
The d in did c
386
SKCTIOX PAGE 369372 Syntax
393
Names
394
374375 Individual and Common Names 394397
395
376377 Substance and Attribute Abstract and Concrete 397400
397
Variable and Invariable Relational and Notional Names
400
Nouns xaxesand nouxs
402
Pronouns as Names c
404
Manyworded Nanus
405
The Copula
407
Subjects and Predicates
408
386387 Declarations Commands Questions c 109410
409
Parts of Speech
410
Details
412
The Concords
413
Apposition
414
Concord of the Subject and Predicate
415
Government
416
Collocation
417
Disturbing Influences
418
Pleonasm
419
Attraction
420
SPECIAL SYNTAX SIMPLE PROPOSITIONS THE NOUN PRONOUNS
422
Itand There
428
Government
435
The Case Absolute
442
8KCTKBJ PAQK
448
Participles
455
Considering all things
462
CHAPTER VI
468
Conjunctions
474
raenox taob 474 Causal Illative c Conjunctions
477
Than and But
479
The Concord of Persons
480
Concord of Tenses
481
The Concords of the Relative and Antecedent
482
Attraction
483
485486 It is Icest moi 484486
484
It is I your master who c
487
Solomon the Son of David who c
488
Yes and No
489
Questions of Appeal
490
The Reciprocal Construction
492
CHAPTER X
493
Difference of meaning
495
Compound Radicals
496
60j Substantival Participles
499

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