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" I am often put to a stand, in considering whether what I write be the idiom of the tongue, or false grammar, and nonsense couched beneath that specious name of Anglicism; and have no other way to clear my doubts, but by translating my English, into Latin,... "
The Vocabulary of East Anglia;: An Attempt to Record the Vulgar Tongue of ... - Page 48
by Robert Forby - 1830 - 281 lehte
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The Critical and Miscellaneous Prose Works of John Dryden: Now ..., 2. köide

John Dryden - 1800
...conversation with those authors of our own, who have written with the fewest faults in prose and verse. But how barbarously we yet write and speak, your Lordship...put to a stand in considering whether what I write be the idiom of the tongue, or false grammar, and nonsense couched beneath that specious name of Anglicism...
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The Works of John Dryden: Now First Collected ...

John Dryden, Walter Scott - 1808
...conversation with those authors of our own, who have written with the fewest faults in prose and verse. But how barbarously we yet write and speak, your lordship...put to a stand, in considering whether what I write be the idiom of the tongue, or false grammar, and nonsense couched beneath that specious name of Anglicism;...
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A Selection of Curious Articles from the Gentleman's Magazine: I. Ancient ...

1809
...he makes this observation; " How barbarously we yet write and speak, yoiir lordship knows, and lam sufficiently sensible in my own English; for I am...in considering whether what I write is the idiom of tiie tongue, or false grammar and nonsense couched under the specious name of angiicism.' 1 Yours,...
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A selection of curious articles from the Gentleman's magazine [compiled by J ...

John Walker - 1814
...for in his dedication of Troilus and Cressida to the Earl of Sundcrland, be makes this observation: " How barbarously we yet write and speak, your lordship...I am sufficiently sensible in my own English; for 1 ain often put to a stand in considering whether what I write is the idiom of the tongue, or false...
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The Works of John Dryden: Now First Collected in Eighteen Volumes, 6. köide

John Dryden, Walter Scott - 1821
...conversation with those authors of our own, who have written with the fewest faults in prose and verse. But how barbarously we yet write and speak, your lordship...put to a stand, in considering whether what I write be the idiom of the tongue, or false grammar, and nonsense couched beneath that specious name of Anglicism...
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English Writers. V.1, Pts. 1-2; 2, 1. köide,1. number

Henry Morley - 1867
...the pattern of good English. In dedicating to the Earl of Sunderland his ' Troilus and Cressida,' he says, " How barbarously we yet write and speak your...put to a stand in considering whether what I write be the idiom of the tongue, or false grammar and nonsense couched beneath that VOL. I. F specious name...
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The North American Review, 107. köide

1868
...conversation with those authors of our own who have written with the fewest faults in prose and verse. But how barbarously we yet write and speak your Lordship...put to a stand in considering whether what I write be the idiom of the tongue, or false grammar and nonsense couched beneath that specious name of Anglicism,...
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AMONG MY BOOKS

JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL - 1898
...own who have written with the fewest faults in prose and verse. But how barbarously we yet write aud speak your Lordship knows, and I am sufficiently sensible...put to a stand in considering whether what I write be the idiom of the tongue, or false grammar and non* More than half a century later, Orrery, in his...
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AMONG MY BOOKS

JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL. A.M. - 1870
...conversation with those authors of our own who have written with the fewest faults in prose and verse. But how barbarously we yet write and speak your Lordship knows, and I am sufficiently sensible in my own English.2 For I am 1 Preface to Fables. 2 More than half a century later, Orrery, in his "Remarks"...
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Among My Books, 1. köide

James Russell Lowell - 1877 - 380 lehte
...authors of our own who have written with the fewest faults in prose and verse. But how barbarously wo yet write and speak your Lordship knows, and I am...put to a stand in considering whether what I write be the idiom of the tongue, or false grammar and nou• More than half a century later, Orrery, in...
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