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 (With a few exceptions, this bibliography is restricted to books and articles consulted by the author in preparing the present work. It embraces all the literature that he has found useful.) Abeille, Luciano: El idioma national de los argentinos; Paris, 1900.
Alford, Henry: A Plea for the Queen's English; London, 1863.
Allen, E. A.: The Origin in Literature of Vulgarisms, Chautauquan, Nov., 1890.
Allen, Grant: Americanisms (in Chambers' Encyclopaedia, new ed.; Phila., 1906, vol. i).
American Medical Association: Style-book; Chicago, 1915.
Anon.: Art. Americanisms, Everyman Encyclopaedia, ed. by Andrew Boyle; London, n. d.
---- Art. Americanisms, New International Encyclopaedia, 2nd ed., ed. by F. M. Colby and Talcott Williams; New York, 1917.
---- Americanisms, London Academy, March 2, 1889.
---- Americanisms, Southern Literary Messenger, Oct., 1848.
---- British Struggles With Our Speech, Literary Digest, June 19, 1915.
---- Don't Shy at Journalist, Editor and Publisher, June 27, 1914.
---- Good Form in England; New York, 1888.
---- I Speak United States, London Saturday Review, Sept. 22, 1894.
---- The King's English, Paterson's Magazine, Jan., 1817.
---- Our Strange New Language, Literary Digest, Sept. 16, 1916.
---- Polyglot Kuntze: schnellste Erlernung jeder Sprache ohne Lehrer: Amerikanisch; Bonn am Rhein, n. d.
---- Progress of Refinement, New York Organ, May 29, 1847.
---- Quick Lunch Lingo, Literary Digest, March 18, 1916.
---- They Spake With Diverse Tongues, Atlantic Monthly, July, 1909.
---- To Teach the American Tongue in Britain, Literary Digest, Aug. 9, 1913.
---- Word-Coining and Slang, Living Age, July 13, 1907.
Archer, William: America and the English Language, Pall Mall Magazine, Oct., 1898.
---- The American Language; New York, 1899.
Arona, Juan de: Diccionario de peruanismos; Lima, 1882.
Arthur, William: An Etymological Dictionary of Family and Christian Names; New York, 1857.
Ayres, Leonard P.: The Spelling Vocabularies of Personal and Business Letters (Circular E126, Division of Education, Russell Sage Foundation); New York, n. d.
Babbitt, Eugene H.: College Words and Phrases, Dialect Notes, vol. ii, pt. i, 1900.
---- The English of the Lower Classes in New York City and Vicinity, Dialect Notes, vol. i, pt. ix, 1896.
---- The Geography of the Great Languages, World's Work, Feb., 1908.
Bache, Richard Meade: Vulgarisms and Other Errors of Speech, 2nd ed.; Philadelphia, 1869.
Baker, Franklin T.: The Vernacular (in Munro's Principles of Secondary Education; New York, 1915, ch. ix).
Bardsley, Charles W.: Curiosities of Puritan Nomenclature; London, 1880.
Barentz, A. E.: Woordenboek der Engelsche spreektaal ... and Americanisms ...; Amsterdam, 1894.
Baring-Gould, S.: Family Names and Their Story; London, 1910.
Barker, Henry: British Family Names; London, 1894.
Barr, Robert: Shall and Will, Bookman, Dec., 1895.
Barrère, Albert (and Chas. G. Leland): A Dictionary of Slang, Jargon and Cant, 2 vols.; New York, 1889.
Barringer, G. A.: étude sur l'Anglais parlé aux états Unis (la Langue Américaine), Actes de la Société Philologique de Paris, March, 1874.
Barthelmess, Harriet: Determining the Achievement of Pupils in Letter Writing, Bull. xvi, Dept. of Educational Investigation and Measurement, Boston Public Schools (School Document No. 6), 1918.
Bartlett, John Russell: A Glossary of Words and Phrases Usually Regarded as Peculiar to the United States; New York, 1848; 2nd ed. enlarged, Boston, 1859; 3rd ed., 1860; 4th ed., 1877.
Baumann, H.: Londinismen (Slang und Cant); 2nd ed.; Berlin, 1902.
Bean, C. Homer: How English Grammar Has Been Taught in America, Education, vol. xiv, no. 8, April, 1914.
Beauchamp, Wm. M.: Aboriginal Places Names of New York; Albany, 1907.
---- Indian Names in New York; Fayetteville (N. Y.), 1893.
Beck, T. Romeyn: Notes on Mr. Pickering's Vocabulary.... Transactions of the Albany Institute, vol. i, 1830.
Beidelman, William: The Story of the Pennsylvania Germans ... and Their Dialect; Easton (Pa.), 1898.
Bendelari, George: Curiosities of American Speech, New York Sun, Nov., 1895.
Benet, W. C.: Americanisms: English as Spoken and Written in the United States; Abbeville (S. C.), 1880.
Benton, Joel: The Webster Spelling-Book ..., Magazine of American History, Oct., 1883.
Bergstr?m, G. A.: On Blendings of Synonyms or Cognate Expressions in English; Lund (Sweden), 1906.
Bibaud, Maximilien: Le Mémorial des Vicissitudes et des Progrès de la Langue Fran?aise en Canada; Montreal, 1879.
Blackmar, F. W.: Spanish-American Words, Modern Language Notes, vol. vi.
Blattner, Karl: Metoula-Sprachführer: Englisch; Ausgabe für Amerika; Berlin-Sch?neberg, 1912.
Blue, Rupert, ed.: Nomenclature of Diseases and Conditions, U. S. Public Health Service, Misc. Pub. No. 16; Washington, 1916.
Bonnell, J. W.: Etymological Derivation of the Names of the States, Journal of Education, vol. xlvii, p. 378.
Bosson, Olaf E.: Slang and Cant in Jerome K. Jerome's Works; Cambridge, 1911.
Bowen, Edwin W.: Questions at Issue in Our English Speech; New York, 1914.
Boyd, Stephen G.: Indian Local Names; York (Pa.), 1885.
Brackebusch, W.: Is English Destined to Become the Universal Language of the World?; G?ttingen, 1868.
Bradley, Henry: The Making of English; London, 1904.
Bradley, W. A.: In Shakespeare's America, Harper's Magazine, Aug., 1915.
Brandenburg, George C.: Psychological Aspects of Language, Journal of Educational Psychology, June, 1918.
Bridges, Robert: A Tract on the Present State of English Pronunciation; Oxford, 1913.
Bristed, Charles A.: The English Language in America (in Cambridge Essays; London, 1855).
Buck, Gertrude: Make-Believe Grammar, School Review, vol. xxii, Jan., 1909.
Buehler, H. G.: A Modern English Grammar; New York, 1900.
Buies, Arthur: Anglicismes et Canadianismes; Quebec, 1888.
Burch, G. J.: The Pronunciation of English by Foreigners; Oxford, 1911.
Burke, William: The Anglo-Irish Dialect, Irish Ecclesiastical Record, 1896.
Burton, Richard: American English, (in Literary Likings: Boston, 1899).
Buttmann, Philipp Karl: Lexilogus; London, 1846.
Carpenter, George R.: The Principles of English Grammar For the Use of Schools; New York, 1898.
Carpenter, W. H.: Dutch Contributions to the Vocabulary of English in America, Modern Philology, July, 1908.
Carter, Alice P.: American English, Critic, vol. xiii.
Century Magazine: Style-sheet; New York, 1915.
Channing, William Ellery: Essay on American Language and Literature, North American Review, Sept. 1815.
Chapin, Florence A.: Spanish Words That Have Become Westernisms, Editor, July 25, 1917.
Charters, W. W. (and Edith Miller): A Course of Study in Grammar Based Upon the Grammatical Errors of School Children of Kansas City, Mo., University of Missouri Bulletin, vol. xvi, no. 2, Jan., 1915.
Chesterton, Cecil: British Struggles With Our Speech (summary of art. in New Witness), Literary Digest, June 19, 1915.
Chicago Daily News: Style-book ...; Chicago, 1908.
Chicago, University of: Manual of Style ... 3rd ed.; Chicago, 1911.
Chubb, Percival: The Menace of Pedantry in the Teaching of English, School Review, vol. xx, Jan., 1912.
Churchill, William: Beach-la-mar: the Jargon or Trade Speech of the Western Pacific; Washington, 1911.
Clapin, Sylva: A New Dictionary of Americanisms ...; New York, (1902).
Clemens, Samuel L. (Mark Twain): Concerning the American Language (in The Stolen White Elephant: New York, 1888).
Cobb, Lyman: A Critical Review of the Orthography of Dr. Webster's Series of Books ...; New York, 1831.
---- New Spelling Book ...; New York, 1842.
Collins, F. Howard: Authors' & Printers' Dictionary, 4th ed., rev. by Horace Hart; London, 1912.
Combs, J. H.: Old, Early and Elizabethan English in the Southern Mountains, Dialect Notes, vol. iv, pt. iv, 1916.
Compton, A. G.: Some Common Errors of Speech; New York, 1898.
Coxe, A. Cleveland: Americanisms in England, Forum, Oct., 1886.
Crane, W. W.: The American Language, Putnam's Monthly, vol. xvi, p. 519.
---- Our Naturalized Names, Lippincott's Magazine, vol. lxiii, p. 575, April, 1899.
Crosland, T. W. H.: The Abounding American; London, 1907.
Cushing, J. S. Company: Preparation of Manuscript, Proof Reading, and Office Style at J. S. Cushing Company's; Norwood (Mass.), n. d.
Dana, Richard H., jun: A Dictionary of Sea Terms; London, 1841.
Dawson, A. H.: A Dictionary of English Slang and Colloquialisms; New York, 1913.
Dennis, C. J. Doreen and the Sentimental Bloke; New York, 1916.
Dialect Notes, vol. i, 1889-98; vol. ii, 1899-1904; vol. iii, 1905-12; vol. iv, 1913-16; vol. v, 1917-.
Douglas-Lithgow, R. A.: Dictionary of American Indian Place and Proper Names in New England; Salem (Mass.), 1909.
Dubbs, Joseph H.: A Study of Surnames; Lancaster (Pa.), 1886.
Dunlap, Fayette: A Tragedy of Surnames, Dialect Notes, vol. iv, pt. i, 1913.
Dunlap, Maurice P.: What Americans Talk in the Philippines, American Review of Reviews, Aug., 1913.
Dunn, Oscar: Glossaire Franco-Canadien; Quebec, 1880.
Dunstan, A. C.: Englische Phonetik; Berlin, 1912.
Earle, John: The Philology of the English Tongue; London, 1866; 5th ed., 1892.
---- A Simple Grammar of English Now in Use; London, 1898.
Eggleston, Edward: Wild Flowers of English Speech in America, Century Magazine, April, 1894.
Egli, Johann J.: Nomina Geographica, 2nd ed.; Zurich, 1893.
---- Der V?lkergeist in den geographischen Namen; Zurich, 1894.
Elliott, A. M.: Speech-Mixture in French Canada: English and French, American Journal of Philology, vol. x, 1889, p. 133.
Elliott, John (and Samuel Johnson, Jr.): A Selected Pronouncing and Accented Dictionary ...; Suffield (Conn.), 1800.
Ellis, Alexander J.: On Early English Pronunciation, 4 vols.; London, 1869-89.
---- On Glosik, a Neu Sistem ov Inglish Spelling; London, 1870.
Elwyn, A. L.: A Glossary of Supposed Americanisms ...; Phila., 1859.
Emerson, Oliver Farrar: The Future of American Speech, Dial, vol. xiv.
---- A History of the English Language; New York, 1894.
English, Thomas Dunn: Irish in America, New York Times, Nov. 5, 1898.
Fallows, Samuel; Handbook of Briticisms, Americanisms, Colloquial and Provincial Words and Phrases; Chicago, 1883.
Farmer, John S.: Americanisms Old and New ...; London, 1889.
---- (and W. E. Henley): A Dictionary of Slang and Colloquial English; London, 1905.
---- (and W. E. Henley): Slang and its Analogues, 7 vols.; London, 1890-1904.
Ferguson, Robert: Surnames as a Science; London, 1883.
Fernald, F. A.: Ingglish az She iz Spelt; New York, 1885.
Ferraz, Juan Fernándes: Nahuatlismos de Costa Rica; San José de Costa Rica, 1892.
Field, Eugene: London letter in Chicago News, March 10, 1890.
Flaten, Nils: Notes on American-Norwegian, with a Vocabulary, Dialect Notes, vol. ii, pt. ii, 1900.
Flom, George T.: English Elements in Norse Dialects of Utica, Wisconsin, Dialect Notes, vol. ii, pt. iv, 1902.
Flügel, Felix: Die englische Philologie in Nordamerika, Gersdorf's Repertorium, 1852.
---- Die englische Sprache in Nordamerika, Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen, band iv, heft i; Braunschweig, 1848.
Fowler, H. W. (and F. G. Fowler): The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Current English, 4th ed.; Oxford, 1914.
---- The King's English, 2nd ed.; Oxford, 1908.
Fowler, Wm. C.: The English Language ..., 2nd ed.; New York, 1855.
Franklin, Benjamin: Scheme for a New Alphabet and a Reformed Mode of Spelling; Phila., 1768.
Franzmeyer, F.: Studien über den Konsonantismus und Vokalismus der neuenglischen Dialekte; Strassburg, 1906.
Freeman, Edward A.: Some Points in American Speech and Customs, Longman's Magazine, Nov., 1882.
Funk & Wagnalls Company: Style-card; New York, 1914.
Geikie, A. S.: Canadian English, Canadian Journal, vol. ii, 1857, p. 344.
Gentry, Thomas G.: Family Names from the Irish, Anglo-Saxon, Anglo-Norman and Scotch; Phila., 1892.
Gerek, William (and others): Is There Really Such a Thing as the American Language?, New York Sun, March 10, 1918.
Giles, Richard: Slang and Vulgar Phrases; New York, 1913.
Gould, Edwin S.: Good English ...; New York, 1867.
Grade, P.: Das neger Englisch, Anglia, vol. xiv.
Graham, G. F.: A Book About Words; London, 1869.
Grandgent, C. H.: English in America, Die Neueren Sprachen, vol. ii, pp. 443 and 520.
----Fashion and the Broad A, Nation, Jan. 7, 1915.
----From Franklin to Lowell: a Century of New England Prounciation, Publications of the Modern Language Association, vol. ii.
---- Notes on American Pronouns, Modern Language Notes, vol. vi, p. 82; ibid., p. 458.
de la Grasserie, Raoul: étude scientifique sur l'argot et le parler populaire; Paris, 1907.
Green, B. W.: Word-book of Virginia Folk-speech; Richmond, 1899.
Greenough, James B. (and George L. Kittredge): Words and Their Ways in English Speech; New York, 1902.
Haldeman, S. S.: Pennsylvania Dutch ...; London, 1872.
Hale, Horatio: The Origin of Languages, Proc. American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1886.
Hale, W. G. (and others): Report of the Joint Committee on Grammatical Nomenclature Appointed by the National Education Association, the Modern Language Association of America, and the American Philological Association; Chicago, 1918.
[Hall, B. H.]: A Collection of College Words and Customs; Cambridge (Mass.), 1851; 2nd ed., 1856.
Hall, Fitzedward: English, Rational and Irrational, Nineteenth Century, Sept., 1880.
---- Modern English; New York, 1873.
---- Recent Exemplifications of False Philology; New York, 1872.
Halliwell (-Phillips), J. O.: A Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words, Obsolete Phrases, Proverbs and Ancient Customs ..., 2 vols.; London, 1847.
---- A Dictionary of Archaisms and Provincialisms, Containing Words Now Obsolete in England, All of Which are Familiar and in Common Use in America; 2nd ed., London, 1850.
Hancock, Elizabeth H.: Southern Speech, Neale's Monthly, Nov., 1913.
Hancock, T.: Newspaper English, Academy, Jan. 29, 1898.
Harrison, Henry: A Dictionary of the Surnames of the United Kingdom; London, 1912.
Harrison, James A.: Negro English, Proc. American Philological Association, 1885.
Hart, Horace: Rules for Compositors and Readers at the University Press, Oxford; 23rd ed.; London, 1914.
Hartt, Irene Widdemar: Americanisms, Education, vol. xiii.
Hastings, Basil MacDonald: More Americanisms (interview), New York Tribune, Jan. 19, 1913.
Hayden, Mary (and Marcus Hartog): The Irish Dialect of English: Its Origins and Vocabulary; Fortnightly Review, April and May, 1909.
Hays, H. M.: On the German Dialect Spoken in the Valley of Virginia, Dialect Notes, vol. iii, pt. iv, 1908.
Head, Edmund Walker: Shall and Will, or Two Chapters on Future Auxiliary Verbs; London, 1856.
Healy, J. F.: The American Language; Pittsburgh, 1910.
Helfenstein, James: A Comparative Grammar of the Teutonic Languages ...; London, 1870.
Hempl, George: Language Rivalry and Speech-Differentiation in the Case of Race-Mixture, Tr. American Philological Assoc., vol. xxix, p. 31.
---- The Study of American English, Chautauquan, vol. xxii, p. 436.
Herrig, Ludwig: Die englische Sprache und Literatur in Nord-Amerika, Der neueren Sprachen, vol. xii, p. 24; vol. xiii, pp. 76 and 241; vol. xiv, p. 1.
Higginson, T. W.: American Flash Language in 1798, Science, May, 1885.
---- English and American Speech, Harper's Bazar, vol. xxx, p. 958.
Hill, Adams Sherman: Our English; New York, 1889.
Hodgins, Joseph L.: Our Common Speech, New York Sun, March 1, 1918.
Hoffman, C. F.: Philological Researches, Literary World, Aug. 21, 1847.
Holliday, Robert Cortes: Caun't Speak the Language (in Walking-Stick Papers; New York, 1918, p. 201).
Horn, W.: Historische neuenglische Grammatik; Strassburg, 1908.
---- Untersuchungen zur neuenglischen Lautgeschichte; Strassburg, 1905.
Hotten, John Camden: A Dictionary of Modern Slang, Cant and Vulgar Words ... London, 1859.
Howells, William Dean: The Editor's Study, Harper's Magazine, Jan., 1886.
Hurd, Seth T.: A Grammatical Corrector or Vocabulary of the Common Errors of Speech ...; Phila., 1847.
Inman, Thomas: On the Origin of Certain Christian and Other Names; Liverpool, 1866.
J. D. J.: American Conversation, English Journal, April, 1913.
James, Henry: The Question of Our Speech; Boston and New York, 1905.
Jespersen, Jens O. H.: The Growth and Structure of the English Language; Leipzig, 1905; 2nd ed., 1912.
---- A Modern Grammar on Historical Principles; 2 vols.; Heidelberg, 1909-14.
Johnson, Burges: The Everyday Profanity of Our Best People, Century Magazine, June, 1916.
Johnson, Samuel, Jr.: A School Dictionary ...; New Haven, (1798?).
Jones, Daniel: The Pronunciation of English; Cambridge, 1909.
Joyce, P. W.: English as We Speak It in Ireland, 2nd ed.; London, 1910.
Kaluza, Max: Historische Grammatik der englischen Sprache, 2 vols.; Berlin, 1900-1.
Keijzer, M.: Woordenboek van Americanismen ...; Gorinchem (Holland), 1854.
Kellner, Leon: Historical Outlines of English Syntax; London, 1892.
Kelton, Dwight H.: Indian Names of Places Near the Great Lakes; Detroit, 1888.
Ker, Edmund T.: River and Lake Names in the United States; New York, 1911.
Kleuz, H.: Schelten-W?rterbuch; Strassburg, 1910.
Knortz, Karl: Amerikanische Redensarten und Volksgebr?uche, Leipzig, 1907.
Knox, Alexander: Glossary of Geographical and Topographical Terms; London, 1904.
Koehler, F.: Worterbuch der Amerikanismen ...; Leipzig, 1866.
Koeppel, Emil: Spelling-Pronunciation: Beme............
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