Grammar

Beveridge, John H. English for Use. Philadelphia, PA: John C. Winston Co., 1926. n.p.

Bingham, Caleb. The Young Lady's Accidence: or, A Short and Easy Introduction to English Grammar. 12 the ed. Boston, MA: 1801. 60 p.

Blair, Hugh. An Abridgement of Lectures on Rhetoric. Carlisle, 1808. 312 p. (Different Editions)

Brown, Gold. The Institutes of English Grammar, Methodically Arranged...Designed for the use of Schools, Academies, and Private Learners. NY: 1850.

Bullions, Peter. Progressive Exercises in Analysis and Parsing. 14 ed. NY: Pratt, Oakley & Co., 1860. 120 p.

The Child's Grammar, Designed to Enable Ladies Who May Not Have Attended to the Subject Themselves to Instruct Their Children. London: John Marshall, [1800]. 77 p.

The Child's Grammar, or, English Grammar Illustrated. Cadiz, OH: H. Anderson, 1830. 12 p.

Clark, Stephen W. First Lessons in English Grammar. NY: S. Barnes & Co., 1868. 156 p.

Diebel, J. H. A New Method With English Grammar. West Unity, OH: 1896. 80 p.

Dilworth, Thomas. A New Guide to the English Tongue: in Five Parts. 154 p. [several editions].

Dunton, Larkin. A Graded Course in English. Language Lessons for Grammar Grades. Boston, MA: Thompson Brown Co., 1911. 244 p.

Emerson, Henry. Modern English. NY: Macmillan, 1906. 2 vols.

Greene, Samuel S. A Treatise on the Structure of the English Language; or, the Analysis and Classification of Sentences and Their Component Parts... Philadelphia, PA: Cowperthwait, Desilver & Butler, 1854. 258 p.

Harvey, Thomas W. A Practical Grammar of the English Language: For the use of Schools of Every Grade. Cincinnati, OH: Wilson, Hinkle, & Co., 1868. 264 p.

Howe, Samuel L. The Philotaxian Grammar, Being a Concise and Lucid Guide to a Knowledge of the English Language...Designed for School and Private Learners. Lancaster, OH: Wright and Moeller, 1838. 176 p.

Hull, Joseph H. English Grammar, by Lectures...Intended as a Textbook for Students. 7th ed. Maysville, KY: 1833. 144 p.

Hyde, Mary. Two-Book Course in English. Boston, MA: D.C. Heath,1903. 2 vols.

Inductive Grammar, Designed for Beginners. Windsor, VT: S. Ide, 1829. 54 p.

Johnson, Roy I. Our Language. Boston, MA: Ginn, Johnson, 1942. 6 vols.

Kennedy, John. What Words Say: A Practical Analysis of Words in Use in Elementary Schools. Part One. NY: Kennedy, 1888. 176 p.

Kirkham, Samuel. English Grammar in Familiar Lectures....Designed for the Use of Private Learners and Schools 2nd ed. Harrisburg: John S. Wiestling, 1824. 144 p.

Lockwood, Sara. Lessons in English: Adapted to the Study of American Classics. Boston, MA: Ginn. & Co., 1888. 403 p.

Lowth, Robert. A Short Introduction to English Grammar. London: 1780. 99 p.

McElligott, James N. The Young Analyzer: Being an Easy Outline of the Course of Instruction in the English Language. NY: Ivison & Phinney, 1857. 54 p.

McFadden, Effie B. Grammar and Composition. Chicago, IL: Rand, MCNally, 1915. 348 p.

Metcalf, Robert C. English Grammar for Common Schools. NY: American Book Co., 1894. 288 p.

Murray, Lindley. English Grammar: Adapted to the Different Classes of Learners. London: Longman & Rees, 1804. 336 p.

Potter, Milton C. Oral and Written English. Book One-Two. Boston, MA: Ginn & Co., 1917. 2 vols.

Raymond, Charles. A Book of English for Understanding, Expressing, and Appreciating Thought Boston, MA: Ginn, [1936] 558 p.

Reed, Alonzo. Higher Lessons in English...A Course of Practical Lessons Carefully Graded, and Adapted to Every Day Use in the Schoolroom. NY: Clark & Maynard, 1880. 282 p.

Reed, Alonzo. Introductory Language Work: A Series of Exercises in English to Precede the Study of Technical Grammar. NY: C.E. Merrill, 1912. 280 p.

Riddlesbarger, Ada. Easy English Exercises. Yonkers-on-Hudson, NY: World Book Co., 1956. 310 p.

Robbins, Carolyn M. Essential Studies in English. Chicago, IL: Row, Peterson & Co., 1907. 2 vols.

Shaw, John. A Methodical English Grammar...Illustrated by a Variety of Examples and Exercises. For the Use of Schools. 4th ed. London: 1793. 259 p.

Smith, John. The Mystery of Rhetorick Unveil'd. London: George Eversden, 1683. 244 p.

Swinton, William. New Language Lessons: An Elementary Grammar and Composition. NY: Harper & Brothers, 1884. 192 p. (Several Editions)

Tower, David B. Tower's Common School Grammar: With Models of Claused, Phrased, and Verbal Analysis and Parsing. Columbus, OH: Riley, 1860. 243 p.

Town, Salem. An Analysis of the Derivative Words in the English Language. 21st ed. NY: R.C. Root, 1846. 164 p.

Walker, John. Cobb's Abridgment of J. Walker's Critical Pronouncing Dictionary and Expositior of the English Language. Buffalo, NY: 1841.

Walker, John. Walker's Critical Pronuncing Dictionary and Exposition of the English Language.Canandaigua, NY: J.D. Bemis, 1824. 416 p.

Weld, Allen H. Weld's New English Grammar. Boston, MA: Sanborn, Carter, Bazin, 1849. 234 p.

Wells, William H. A Grammar of the English Language for the Use of Schools. NY: Ivison, Phinney & Co., 1861. 220p.

Wilbur, Josiah. The Grammatical Key. Bellows Falls, MA: 1821. 100 p.

Woodbridge, William. A Key to the English Language. Middleton: T. & J.B. Dunning, 1801. 346 p.

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