Excerpt from The Greek Grammar: Translated From the German, With Brief Remarks
It must be allowed that, in that part of his work which treats of Construction, the author has drawn his examples too exclusively from the Homeric poems. But this defect will be remedied in the tra... nslation, in which I shall endeavour to comprise a complete system of Grecian syntax, from the Homeric down to the Hellenistic dialect.
Subjoined to the Appendix are such remarks, as I judged it right to make, either for the further elucidation of impor tant topics, or for the correction of that which seemed to be erroneous.
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