Author:James Harris (1709-1780)

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James Harris
English grammarian
James Harris


  • Three treatises. The first concerning art. The second concerning music, painting, and poetry. The third concerning happiness (1744) [1]
  • Hermes, or a Philosophical Inquiry concerning Universal Grammar (1751) [2]
  • Philosophical Arrangements (1775) [3]
  • Philological Inquiries in three parts (1781))
  • The works of James Harris, esq., with an account of his life and character (1801), edited by James Harris

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