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" ... reflection; we meet with no rubs or difficulties in our way, or we do not perceive them ; we find ourselves able to go on without rules, and we do not so much as suspect, that we stand in need of them. "
The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal - Page 39
by Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - 1763
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A Short Introduction to English Grammar: With Critical Notes ...

Robert Lowth - English language - 1763 - 196 pages
...folely acquired by ufe, conduced by habit, and tritd iby the ear, .carries jis on without reflexion; we meet with no rubs or difficulties in our way, or we do not perceive them; v>e find ourfetves able to go on without rules., and we do mt fo much as fufpefl that wejland in need...
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A short introduction to English grammar: with critical notes

Robert Lowth - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1774
...take it for granted, that we have a competent knowledge and Jkill, and are able to acquit eurf elves properly, in our own native tongue : a faculty, folely 'acquired by ufe, conduced by habit, and tried by the ear, carries us on without reflexion ; we meet with no rubs or...
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A short introduction to English grammar: with critical notes [by R. Lowth].

Robert Lowth (bp. of London.) - 1775
...folely acquired by aft, conducted by habit, and tried by tie ear, carries us on without reflexion ; we meet with. no rubs or difficulties in our way, or we do not perceive them ; tve find* curf elves abk to '^жч' -..'*-'- g* go on without^ules, and we do not Jo much as fufpeft,...
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A short introduction to English grammar with critical notes

Robert Lowth - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1791
...folely acquired by ttfe, candueled by habit, and tried by the ear, carries us on without reflexion ; we meet with no. rubs or difficulties in our way, or we do not perceive them ; we find ourfelves able to go on without rules, and we do not fo much as fufpeft, that wejland in need of them. A 'Grammatical...
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A Short Introduction to English Grammar: With Critical Notes

Robert Lowth - English language - 1794 - 183 pages
...take it for granted , that we have a competent knowledge and (kill , and are able to acquit ourfelves properly , in our own native tongue : a faculty ,...habit , and tried by the ear , carries us on without reflexion ; we meet with no rubs or difficulties in our way , or we do not perceive them ; we find...
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Elegant extracts: a copious selection of passages from the most eminent ...

Elegant extracts - 1812
...are able to acquit ourselves properly, in our own native tongue : a faculty, solely acquired by use, conducted by habit, and tried by the ear, carries...difficulties in our way, or we do not perceive them ; we find ourselves able to go on without rules, and we do not so much as suspect, that we stand in need of them....
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Rules for English composition, and particularly for themes: designed for the ...

John Rippingham - English language - 1816 - 177 pages
...which constitute the difference Between correct and ungrammatical diction. A faculty acquired by use, conducted by habit, and tried by the ear, carries us on without the labour of reflection ; we meet with no obstacles in our progress, or we do not perceive them :...
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The Elements of English Composition

1821
...and are able on any occasion to apply our knowledge to practice. A faculty, solely acquired by use, conducted by habit, and tried by the ear, carries us on without the labour of reflection : we meet with no obstacles in our progress, or we do not perceive them ;...
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The Grammar of English Grammars: With an Introduction, Historical and Critical

Goold Brown, Samuel U. Berrian - English language - 1851 - 1102 pages
...are able to acquit ourselves properly, in our own native tongue ; a faculty, solely acquired by use, conducted by habit, and tried by the ear, carries us on without reflection." Lowth's Gram., p. vi. " I mean the teacher himself ; who, stunned with the hum, and suffocated...
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The Writer's Handbook, a Guide to the Art of Composition, Embracing a ...

English language - 1888 - 555 pages
...and are able on any occasion to apply our knowledge to practice. A faculty, solely acquired by use, conducted by habit, and tried by the ear, carries us on without the labour of reflection : we meet with no obstacles in our progress, or we do not perceive them ;...
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