Comments: Hardbound without dust jacket. Seventh issue (1950) of the second edition (1889). One corner heavily bumped, else mild wear and in very good condition. End papers and page edges moderately tanning. No markings noted.
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Edition: New Ed
Publication Date: 1889
Publisher: Harvard University Press
William Dwight Whitney
Preface Introduction Alphabet System of Sounds; Pronunciation Rules of Euphonic Combination Declension Nouns and Adjectives Numerals Pronouns Conjugation The Present-System The Perfect-System The Aorist-Systems The Future-Systems Verbal Adjectives and Nouns: Participles, Infinitives, Gerunds Derivative or Secondary Conjugation Periphrastic and Compound Conjugation Indeclinables Derivation of Declinable Stems Formation of Compound Stems Appendix Sanskrit Index General IndexWilliam Dwight Whitney is the author of 'Sanskrit Grammar: Including both the Classical Language, and the Older Dialects, of Veda and Brahman', published 1889 under ISBN 9780674788107 and ISBN 0674788109.
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