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English foreign elements in, 204.
of the Bible, 256.
of the thirteenth century, 254.
marks which distinguish, 254.
vocabulary of, 202-238.
Foreign elements in English, 204.
(Norman), see Norman-French.
German words in English, 262.
comparatively fixed (since 1485), 258.
general view of its history, 243.
short view of its history, 239-243.
Fourth Period, 242.
Hebrew words in English, 262.
Indo-European family, 195.
loss of, 239, 240.
grammatical result of loss, 248.
changes of, 198.
growth of, 193.
living and dead, 168.
Latin doublets, 230-233.
spoken and written, 203.
Latin contributions and their dates, 209.
Italian words in English, 259.
Keltic element in English, 204-206.
Landmarks in the history of English, Scandinavian element in English, 206-
Periods of English, 198-201.
grammar of the different, 239-249.
Renascence (Revival of Learning), 227.
Scientific terms in English, 265.
Spanish words in English, 259.
Specimens of English of different periods,
Spoken and written language, 203
Tartar words in English, 264.
Tudor English, 201.
Turkish words in English, 264.
Saxon and Wyclif, 251.
Vocabulary of the English language, 202-
Addison, Joseph, 315.
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, 276.
Arnold, Matthew, 359.
Bacon, Francis, 299.
Bæda (Venerable Bede), 275.
Barbour, John, 285.
Blake, William, 334.
Browning, Robert, 358.
Bunyan, John, 309.
Burns, Robert, 332.
Butler, Samuel, 304.
Byron, George Gordon, Lord, 343.
Campbell, Thomas, 342.
Caxton, William, 288.
followers of, 287.
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 340.
Defoe, Daniel, 312.
De Quincey, Thomas, 348.
Welsh and Dutch contrasted, 197.
new, in English, 258-265.
Wyclif's English, compared with Tyn-
Eliot, George, 364.
Gibbon, Edward, 327.
Hobbes, Thomas, 308.
James I. (of Scotland), 287.
Keats, John, 345.
Lamb, Charles, 346.
Landor, Walter Savage, 347.
Locke, John, 309.
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 354.
Macaulay, Thomas Babington, 351.
Orm's Ormulum, 278.
Pope, Alexander, 317, 319.
Raleigh, Sir Walter, 298.
Scott, Sir Walter, 339.
Taylor, Jeremy, 307.
Thackeray, William Makepeace, 361.
Wordsworth, William, 337.
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