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Series of Simplified Grammars to which the present volume belongs is too well known to make it necessary for me to say much now in the way of preface. I must, however, record my obligations to two vernacular Grammars, theO hjlrfl. HIHI e2US3.V of the Rev. J. van S. Taylor, B.A., and another small book of the same title byS ir T. C. Hope, late Educational I nspector, Northern Division. When I had already made good progress in writing the present work, I met with AH andbook of Gujarat! Grammar, by P. M. Bhatt, from which I was able to borrow a few useful hints. But a perusal of the Grammar now offered to the public will show that I have not followed any of these works in a servile spirit. There seems at present to be a great dearth of English works on the Gujaratl language. When I began to study that language in Bombay a few years ago, I found it impossible to procure a single copy of any of the earlier Grammars.
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