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doit, forcemeat, fulsome, gewgaw, go to pot, tadpole). By
HENSLEIGH WEDGWOOD, Esq.
VII. On some of the Suffixes of Greek and Latin Prepositions.
By Prof. T. HEWITT KEY.
VIII. A partial attempt to reconcile the Laws of Latin Rhythm
with those of Modern Languages. By Prof. T. HEWITT
IX. The Norman Element in the spoken and written English
of the 12th, 13th, and 14th centuries, and in our Pro-
vincial Dialects (with an Examination of Chaucer's use
of the final e, p. 428-447). By JOSEPH PAYNE, Esq. 352-449
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