An excerpt from the Preface:
This book aims to give a succinct account of Sanskrit Syntax, as it is represented in classic Sanskrit literature, without neglecting however the archaisms and peculiarities of Vaidik prose (Brahmana, Upanishad, Sutra) and of epic poetry. The facts laid down here have been stated chiefly by my own observations in perusing Sanskrit writings, and accordingly by far the great majority of the examples quoted have been selected directly from the sources, if not, those suggested by the Petropolitan Dictionary or others have, as a rule, been received only after verification. Moreover, valuable information was gained by the statements of vernacular grammarians , especially of Panini, to whose reverenced authority due respect is paid and whose rules are referred to at every opportunity.
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