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mology and syntax, with theirs, prosody comes next and completes the system. Having thus gone through, we may then review the system in all its parts, and be able to trace a series of minor parts and branches, which compose the system, in their regular order; we may review them in their distinct capacities, and also in their connections and bearings.
This work now comes before the public, not in the usual way of publications of this kind; not having been reviewed and recommended by any literary characters. It is not pretended that the work is free from defects. Of its merits or demerits the public may judge, and on this basis it may stand or fall.
Carver, near Plymouth, March 4, 1847.
SECT. 1. - Preliminary Remarks ...
Of Time and Quantity
The Poetic Pauses. Questions and Exercises........
By Pyrrhics and Spondees Seot. 6. - Anapæstic Verse
By Amphimacs, Bacchies, and Spondees. 2. Sect. 7. — Amphibrachic Verse......
By Bacchies and Antibacchies Secr. 8. - Composite Orders
Other Composite Orders..
Irregular Orders ......
Questions and Exercises.....