Excerpt from Elements of English Grammar: With a Postscript Analysis, and an Appendix
We should consider, on this subject, the present form of our language, in attempting to alter it by introducing a new mood, that we have to contend with women and children. See interjections... and remark there. They are mostly the framers and makers of la'nguage, being more given to talk, than men, they unquestionably give the great leading forms and features to language, which men cultivate, improve and beautify.
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