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By G.I. HUNTINGFORD, A. M.
THE SECOND EDITION
O X FORD:
AT THE CLARENDON PRESS.
PRINTED FOR J. BURDON IN WINCHESTER,
M DCC LXXX V.
P R E F A CE.
OMETHING having been done in
the FORMER Part of this INTRODUCTION, towards illustrating the Greek Prepositions in their Simple SIGNIFICATIONS, it seems proper to begin this Second Part, with some explanation of their force in Compo
In order to this, many examples are here adduced, which though they certainly do not comprehend all the various meanings of Compound Prepositions, yet perhaps they will be found to have omitted none of the PRINCIPAL acceptations.
To examine by what progression from a primary to a secondary or