1801.036: Rudiments of English Grammar.
Full Title: Rudiments of English grammar. Containing I. The different kinds, relations, and changes of words; II. Syntax, or the right construction of sentences. : With an appendix comprehending a table of verbs regularly inflected; remarks on some grammatical figures; a praxis on the grammar; rules of punctuation; and examples of true and false construction. By Mr. Harrison. New ed. with additions and improvements by an eminent teacher in Philadelphia
Author: Harrison, Mr. [Ralph] (1748-1810).
Place Issued: Petersburg
Issuing Press: George Douglas
Description: 120 pgs.; 17 cm.
A modification of Lindley Murray's English Grammar (1795) by Ralph Harrison; text concludes with addenda containing poetry and hymns [p. 93-120]. Imprint states: "Petersburg: Published by Ross & Douglas, booksellers and stationers" . Douglas conducted the Blandford Press there separately from his partnership with Ross in their Petersburg bookstore, so the printer attribution here.
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