[A few duplications will be found here. I have thought it better to make them than to use cross-references. In three or four cases works listed are marked "not published." I have examined all of these; they will be published later on.]
A. F. L.: English As She Is Spoke, Baltimore Evening Sun, Nov. 18, 1920.
Aldington, Richard: English and American, Poetry, May, 1920.
Alford, Henry: A Plea for the Queen's English; London, 1863.
Allen, Grant: Americanisms (in Chambers' Encyclopædia, new ed.; Phila., 1906, vol. i).
Anon.: American English (in America From a French Point of View; London, 1897).
—: Art. Americanisms, Everyman Encyclopædia, ed. by Andrew Boyle; Lon- don, n. d.
—: Art. Americanisms, New International Encyclopædia, 2nd ed., ed. by F. M. Colby and Talcott Williams; New York, 1917.
—: Americanisms, a Study of Words and Manners, Southern Review, vol. ix, p. 290 and p. 529.
—: Americanisms, Academy, March 2, 1889.
—: Americanisms, Southern Literary Messenger, Oct., 1848.
—: British Struggles With Our Speech, Literary Digest, June 19, 1915.
—: I Speak United States, Saturday Review, Sept. 22, 1894.
—: Our Strange New Language, Literary Digest, Sept. 16, 1916.
—: Progress of Refinement, New York Organ, May 29, 1847.
—: Some So-called Americanisms, All the Year Round, vol. lxxvi, p. 38.
—: The American English, Critic, vol. xiii, p. 115.
—: The American Language, Putnam's Magazine, Nov., 1870.
—: The Great American Language, Cornhill Magazine, vol. lviii, p. 363.
—: They Spake With Diverse Tongues, Atlantic Monthly, July, 1909.
—: To Teach the American Tongue in Britain, Literary Digest, Aug. 9, 1913.
—: Triumphant Americanisms, New York Evening Post, June 11, 1921.
Archer, William: America and the English Language, Pall Mall Magazine, Oct., 1898.
—: The American Language (in America To-day; New York, 1899).
Ayres, Harry Morgan: The English Language in America (in The Cambridge History of American Literature; New York, 1921, vol. iv).
Bache, Richard Meade: Vulgarisms and Other Errors of Speech, 2nd ed.; Phila., 1869.
Baker, Franklin T.: The Vernacular (in Munro's Principles of Secondary Educa- tion ; New York, 1915, ch. ix).