By Manfred Görlach
Within the nineteenth century, schooling turned obtainable to a lot wider circles of society in an outstanding quantity and diversity of faculties and the instructing of grammar got here to be compulsory from 1870/72 with the appearance of normal schooling. while those normal traits of the nineteenth century are recognized to students operating in numerous disciplines of social historical past, and the historical past of schooling particularly, it truly is nonetheless real that significant sections of the facts are mostly uncollected. this can be specially so for faculty books: there's nearly a niche among the 18th century and the current grammatical tradition.
This bibliography lists a few 1930 works on English grammar released within the nineteenth century, customarily in Britain and the U.S., 1/2 that are observed by way of brief descriptions in their actual makeup, content material and association.
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1824 37 [The author was a classical and Biblical scholar of immense productivity. ] 65. 1863). 1828. The little scholar's first grammar; or grammar made easy to the capacities of young children and rendered pleasing by a variety of familiar examples; adapted to the use of private families. London/Birmingham/Dublin/York: W. Alexander & Son. , 1s. (L O) ["Built upon the basis of L. Murray's Grammar"; OESP; "Etymology being the only part which can properly be introduced to the attention of a young child, the others are but slightly touched upon" (5) Though simplified, the grammar is still heavily dependent on traditional patterns with long lists of conjugated verb forms.
12mo, 103pp. (Anr. ed. 1817 (@)). $! Adams, E. 1806. English grammar. Leicester, Mass. 18mo, 143pp. (51821). (Br) 12. Adams, Ernest. 1858. The elements of the English language. London: Bell & Daldy. vii + 183pp. (Enl. ed. 21862; anr. ed. 1865, 253pp. ($); anr. ed. 1866, London (@); new, rev. and cor. ed. 1870, London: Bell & Daldy, 20cm, vii+253pp. (@); at least another nine editions documented before 191883 (Le); anr. ed. 1889 ($); anr. ed. 1890, viii + 326pp. ($); 25 1892, rev. F. Davis; anr.
D. English grammar, viewed from all sides. (Collected monographs). p. 12pp. (@) 36. Allen, Rev. A. of Newbury, Berks). 1813. The elements of English grammar; with numerous exercises, questions for examinations, and notes, for the use of the advanced student. London: Geo. B. Whittaker. 17x10, vii+457pp. (21824, London: G. B. Whittaker (@); rev. and shortened ed. 31824 as An English grammar; with exercises, notes, and questions ... , London: G. B. Whittaker, 180pp, 2s6d. (L)). " Partic ularly praised by Martin 1824:272.