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Chestine Gowdy’s English Grammar reads very much like a study guide or a correspondence school textbook: objective fact, example, now you do it. Inflection, as with a few other grammar authors of that time and before, is important to the meaning of a sentence. Gowdy gave lists to illustrate strong versus weak. Be sure to read the appendix.
Gowdy, Chestine. English Grammar. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1901. http://books.google.com/ebooks?id=TJcAAAAAYAAJ.