The word because should be that, and no point should follow hopeaaWho hath subjected the same in hope that the creature itself shall ... into the language; even when a change of the original and true orthography converts some important words into absolute nonsense. ... Thus it is a general rule that the Greek upsilon is, in Latin derivatives, represented by the English y, and this rule has been generallyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Commendations of Dr. N. Webster's books. [With an essay by N. W. on the state of English philology.]|