A practical grammar of the Scottish Gaelic in eight parts, viz, I. Orthography.-II. Pronunciation.-III. Etymology. IV. Formation of derivatives.-V. Syntax. VI. Practical exercises.-VII. Parsing.-VIII. Prosody : illustrated throughout with notes and observations, critical, philological, and explanatory by James Munro

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Statementby James Munro
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