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Ralegh, Sir W., 164, 169,273. Ramsay, Allan, 268, 269, .271, , Dean, 270, 377. Red-Indian speech, 613, 641. Reduplication as a tense-sign, 124, 285. Relative pronouns, two main sources of, 472. Rhetoric, 648. Rhetorical variation, 84. Rhyme, 629, 647, 651. Room. 260, 616, 649, 654, 657, 59. Robert of Brunne, 345, 503, 515. Robert of Gloucester, his chronicle, 61, 201, 318, 345. Robertson, William, 498, 503. Robinson, Henry Crabb, 322, 340, 363, 365, 366, 385, 411, 412, 464. Robinson Crusoe, 449. Rolleston, Professor, 5oo, 533, 556. Roman contrast to Gothic, 588, 590. numerals, 230. Romance of Alexander, 6o. Romance languages, 351, 466,472. Romanesque, 75, 638, 647. Romaunt of the Rose, 336. Rothe, Richard, 609. Round numbers, 456. Runes, 93, 96, 129, 138. Ruskin, John, 443. Rustic pronunciation, 181. Ruthwell Cross, 96 n.

Samoyedian language, 126. Sanskrit, 2, 14, 252, 262, 277, 28o, 465, 581, 653. ‘Saxon’ as a term of language, I 7, 25. Saxon Chronicles, 29, 12 I, 134, 237, 297, 453, 481, 523, 603. Axon forms, 261, 263, 266, 268, 315, 378, 393, 397, 421, 437, 457, 487, 541. — inflections, 40. writing, 92. frenchified, 177, 359.

Saxon literature, 28, 31, 40, 146, 175, 646.

specimens, 420, 437, 453, 457,

474, 481, 505, 509, 523, 525,

602, 607, 626.

speech, 39, 136.

verb, 263.

vocabulary, 32, 41, 150, 360,

394,603.

vocalism, II3.

contrasted with French,

590. Gospels, 489. Saxons, a Low Dutch people, 17. colonised Britain, I8. Scandinavian languages, 8, 320, 377, 378, 592. so ominology. 606 d. Scott, Sir Woo 2OI, 239, 283, 423, 492, 6O7. so 26, 86, 220, 278, 377, 381,486, 632. ‘Z,’ 130. pronunciation, I5I. —— expressions, 276. Secondary presentives, 387. Semitic family, 3, 570, 641. Sentence, simple, 557. Seventeenth century, 409. Shairp, J. C., 522, 526. Shakspeare, 2, 86, 94, 158, 166, 169, 170, 182, 199, 205, 208, 217, 219, 222, 228, 255. 256, 269, 270, 306, 310, 320, 323, 403, 412, 423, 431, 617, 627, 632. Sharon Turner on poetry, 31. Shelley, 270, 395. Shenstone, poet, 264. Sheridan, Thomas, 63.I. Sibbs, Richard, 320, 404, 418. Sibilancy, I5o. Sibilation, English, 66, 150. Sidney, Sir Philip, 271, 272. Sixteenth century, 163, 164, 346. Skelton, poet, 73,438. Skrine, H. D., 660.

156,
I 74,
216,
249,

IO2,
I72,
2I4,
238,
272, 283,
347, 38o,
485, 573,

Anglosaxon Taylor, Jeremy, 320, 358.

Slang, 370, 374, 377,499.

Slavonic, 2. Smiles, Samuel, 529. Smith, Sydney, 424. Horace, 609. Sound, 615, 631, 635, 660 a. Spanish language, 138, 352, 408, 47o, 556, 587. Spectator, The, 27 I, 273, 371, 394, 536, 572, 591, 656. Speech of Animals, 247. Speech-part-ship, 223. Spelling-reform, 5o, 186. reformers, 187. Spelling to accommodate the eye, 178. Spencer, Herbert, 6cy. Spenser, 60, 94, 152, 153, 156, 162, 163, 200, 256, 268, 273, 276, 289, 297, 316, 326, 333, 344, 346, 391, 409, 423, 4-5, 436, 507, 625. Stephens, Prof, his Runic Monuments, 96 Stor Ting (Norway), 233. Strachey, Sir Edward, 365. Stress, 624. Strong conjugations, 26.1, 266. become weak, 274. declensions, 378. Subjunctive mood, 578. Sub-presentive words, 464. Substantive verb, 277. Surrey, the poet, 153, 168, 181, 268, 381, 392, 58o. Swedish, 8, 14o, 148, 393, 422. Swift, Jonathan, 174. Swiss Diminutives, 377. Syllabarium, what, 90, 91. SYMBoLic element, 227, 245, 251, 462, 498,499, 546, 584. Symbolism, 228, 236, 242, 253, 464, 654. Symbol-verb, 281, 284, 581. Symphytism, 254, 257. Syntax, 552. , Flat, 554. —, Flexional. 571. —, Phrasal 581. Synthetic and Analytic, 445.

Tennyson, Alfred, 164, 317, 331, 391, 398, 409, 414, 437, 448, 450, 5oz., 563, 579, 607, 628,

657. Tense, future, 576. —, symbols of, 586. Tenues, 4, 139. Terminology of Grammar, 452. Science, 606 d. Tertiary presentive word, 428. Teutonic, 16. Thackeray, W. M., 202, 533, 614. Thin consonants, 4. Thing-vollr (Iceland), 233. Thirlwall, Connop, his reformed

spelling, 187. Tillotson, John, 469. Tooke, Horne, 257. Transition of Consonants, 2. Transition-period of English, 43. Translation of Scripture, 263. Trench, Abp., 41, 358, 4oo. W. Steuart, 331, 360. Trevelyan, C. E., 367. Trevisa, John, 64, 318. Trimmer, Mrs., 562, 58o f, 59.5. Trollope, Anthony, 4oo. Turbervile, 347. Tylor, Edward B., 202. Tyndale, New Testament, 166, 270,

475.
Prologe, 270.
Tynwald (Isle of Man), 233.

Ulphilas, 14, 15, 286.
UMLAUT, 126.
—, English examples of I27.
—, useful survival of 128, 383-
, plural forms with, 381.
Unsymbolic speech, 245.

Variation, adverbial, 433, 455.
, phrasak, 590.
-—, substantival, 84.
Vaughan, Henry, 320.
Weiled speech, 547.
Venn, J., 473.

Verb, what, 258. , Person-forms of 262, 265. —, Strong, 261, 266. —, Mixed, 287. —, Preterpresent, 290, 29.I. ——, Weak, 301. , Reflexive, 588. Verb-making, 305. Verse, 647. Versification, Gothic and Romanesque, 629. Villon, French poet, 169. Vocabulary (English), 41. Voice, mechanism of the, 122. Vowels, three cardinal, Io9, 121 ; elementary, I 20; frequency of E, I 21 ; permutation of vowels, 126.

Wallace, A. R., 497,660 c.
, on the verb ‘to be,” 279.
Wallachia, 7.
Wallachian language, 592.
Watling Street, 18.
Watts, Dr., 183.
Weak conjugations, 265, 301.
declensions, 379.
Webster, Noah, 187, 275.

Wedgwood, Josiah, 183.

, Hensleigh, 642.

Welsh language, 18, 20, 22, 132, 138, 514, 6oo.

—- versus English, 42.

orthography, II5.

Wessex, 27.

West-Welsh, 648.

Whitby, 25.

White, Blanco, 196.

Wiclif, 67, 263, 38o, 518.

Willis, Prof., on the mechanism of the voice, I22.

Wood, H. T. W., 563.

Word-painting, 654.

Wordsworth, 84, 173, 196, 407, 409, 412, 419, 526, 565, 619, 626, 651.

Writing, alphabetic, 9o, 186.

, the art of 230.

Yankee diction, 375.
Yon-strif, 561.
Young, Edward, poet, 218.

Zincke, F. Barham, 372, 430.

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