Essays philological and critical : selected from the papers / of James Hadley Hadley, James, 1821-1872

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Hadley, James, 1821-1872
Subjects
Philology; Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 1809-1892.; Classical philology
Contents
  • The Ionian migration
  • The root prach in the Greek language
  • The Greek genitive as an ablative case
  • On Bekker's Digammated text of Homer
  • On ancient Greek rhythm and metre
  • On the nature and theory of the Greek accent
  • On the Byzantine Greek pronunciation of the tenth century, as illustrated by a manuscript in the Bodleian Library
  • Ross on Italicans and Greeks
  • On Indo-European aspirate mutes
  • On the formation of Indo-European futures
  • On passive formations
  • Remarks on the uses of the Latin subjunctive
  • On the origin of the English possessive case
  • Ellis's early English pronunciation
  • On English vowel quantity in the thirteenth century and in the nineteenth
  • Tennyson's Princess
  • The number seven
  • Decisions of college class disputes
  • On the Hebrew chronology from Moses to Solomon
  • On the language of Palestine at the time of Christ.
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