File:The Sources of Standard English.djvu
English: The way in which Standard English took the lead in Britain from its earliest shape.
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|Author||Thomas Laurence Kington-Oliphant, 1831-1902|
Author born 16 May 1831 - died 8 July 1902. Son of Thomas Kington and Margaret Oliphant.
More Works by the Same Author: - History of Frederick the Second (1862) - The Jacobite Lairds of Gask (1870) - The Duke and the Scholar (1875) - The New English (1886) - The Old and Middle English (1891) - Rome and Reform (1902)
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