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" Our language, for almost a century, has, by the concurrence of many causes, been gradually departing from its original Teutonic character, and deviating... "
The London Magazine Enlarged and Improved - Page 301
1784
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THE MONTHLY REVIEW OR LITERARY JOURNAL VOL. XII\

SERVERAL HANDS - 1755 - 552 pages
...and authorities I regard as the wells of Englifh undefileeL, as the pure fources of genuine diction. Our language for almoft a century has, by the concurrence...caufes, been gradually departing from its original Teutonick character, and deviating towards a Gallick ftructure and phrafeology, from which it ought...
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 17

1755 - 694 pages
...whofe works I regard as the •wells of Englißt undeßled, as the pure fources of genuine diction. Our language for almoft a century has, by the concurrence of many cauies, been gradually departing from its original Teutonic charailer, and deviating towards a.Gallic...
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British Education: Or, The Source of the Disorders of Great Britain. Being ...

Thomas Sheridan - 1756 - 434 pages
...whofe works I' ' regard as the wells of Englifh undefiled, as the ' pure fources of genuine diction; Our language, ' for almoft a -century, has, by the...'•of many caufes, been gradually departing from' ' it's original Teutonic character, and deviating' ' towards a Gallic ftru&ure and phrafeology, fronr...
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Miscellaneous and Fugitive Pieces, Volume 2

Samuel Johnson - 1774 - 374 pages
...Refteration, whofe Works I regard as the Wells of Englijh undejiltd, as the pure Sources of genuine Dict ion. Our Language, for almoft a Century, has, by the Concurrence...Caufes, been gradually departing from its original Teutenitk Character, and deviating towards a Galltck Structure and Phrafeology, from which it ought...
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Miscellaneous and Fugitive Pieces, Volume 2

Samuel Johnson - 1774 - 374 pages
...Reftoration, whofe Works I regard as the Wells of Englljh undefihd, as the pure Sources of genuineDiction. Our Language, for almoft a Century, has, by the Concurrence...Caufes, been gradually departing from its original Teutonitk Chara£ter, and deviating towards a Gallick Structure and Phrafeology, from which it ought...
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The London Magazine Enlarged and Improved, Volumes 2-3

1784 - 1048 pages
...Reftoration, whofe works I regard a&.thet»el!i of Englijh tindefiltd, as the pure fources of genuine diftion. Our language, for almoft a century, has, by the concurrence of many caufes, been graduallydeparting from its original Teutonic character, and deviating towards a Gallic ftrufture and...
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Volume 12

1787 - 546 pages
...whofe works I regard a? the wel/i *f F.«g!:jb u*iitJ,L<l, as the pure fources of genuine didtion. Our language, for almoft a century, has, by the concurrence...caufes, been gradually departing from its original Tcmuitck character, and deviating towards a Gallick flructure and plirafeology, from which it nught...
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Prose on Several Occasions: Accompanied with Some Pieces in Verse

George Colman - 1787 - 312 pages
...regard as the wells of Englijh undefiled, as the pure fources of genuine di&ion. Our language, foralmoft a century, has, by the concurrence of many caufes, been gradually departing from its original Teutonick character, and deviating towards a Gallick ftru&ure and phrafeology, from which it ought...
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The Enquirer: Reflections on Education, Manners, and Literature. In a Series ...

William Godwin - 1797 - 508 pages
...reftoration, whofe works I regard as tie wells of EngHJb undefiled, as the pure fources of genuine diction. Our language, for almoft a century, has, by the concurrence...caufes, been gradually departing from its original Teutonick character, and deviating towards aGallick ftructure and phrafeology, from which it ought...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.

Samuel Johnson - 1801 - 454 pages
...refloration, whole works I regard as the welh of Englijli undefiled, as the pure fources of genuine diction. Our language, for almoft a century, has, by the concurrence...caufes, been gradually departing from its original Tentonick character, and deviating towards a Gallick ftru&ure and phrafeology, from which it ought...
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