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Jones, C. 1967. "The Grammatical Category of Gender in Early English". English Studies 48: 289-305.

Jones, C. 1967. "The Functional Motivation of Linguistic Change". English Studies 48: 97-111.

Jones, C. 1988. Grammatical Gender in English: 950-1250. London: Croom Helm.

Jones, C. 1993. "Scottish Standard English in the late eighteenth century". TPS 91: 95-131.

Jones, C. 1993. Historical Linguistics: Problems and Perspectives. London: Longman.

Jones, C. (ed.) 1997. The Edinburgh History of the Scots Language. Edinburgh University Press.

Jones, Ch. 1989. A History of English Phonology. London: Longman.

Jones, Charles. 1997. "An Early 18th Century Scottish Spelling Book for Ladies". English Studies 78: 430-50.

Jones, Charles. 2001 "John Wild of Littleleek, and early eighttenth-century spelling reformer, and the evolution of a new alphabet". English Language and Linguistics 5: 17-40.

Jones, Charles. 2005. An Introduction to Late Modern English. Edinburgh University Press.

Jones, Charles. 2006. English Pronounciation in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. Palgrave Macmillan.

Jones, Christopher A. 1998. Aelfric's Letter to the Monks of Eynsham. Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England 24. CUP.

Jones, D. 1918. An Outline of English Phonetics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Jones, D. 1990 'Gossip: notes on women's oral culture', in Cameron, D. (ed) The Feminist Critique of Language. Routledge.

Jones, M. 2002. "The origin of Definite Article Reduction in northern English dialects: evidence from dialect allomorphy". English Language and Linguistics 6 (2): 325-345.

Jones, M. 2007. "Glottals and grammar: Definite article reduction and morpheme boundaries". Leeds Working Papers in Linguistics 12: 61-77.

Jones, Mari C. 2001. Jersey Norman French: A Linguistic Study of an Obsolescent Dialect. Publications of the Philological Society.

Jones, Mari C. & Edith Esch (eds.) 2002. Language Change: The Interplay of Internet, External and Extra-Linguistic Factors. Mouton de Gruyter.

Jones, Mark J. 2002. "The origin of Definite Article Reduction in northern English dialects: evidence from dialect allomorphy". English Language and Linguistics 6: 325-345.

Jones, R. 1987 "Accessing the Brown Corpus using an IBM PC". ICAME Journal 11: 44-47.

Jones, R. F. 1930. "Science and English Prose Style in the Third Quarter of the Seventeenth Century. PMLA 45: 977-1009.

Jones, R. F. 1931. "The Attack on Pulpit Eloquence in the Restoration". JEGP 30: 188-217.

Jones, R. F. 1932. "Science and Language in England of the Mid-Seventeenth Century". JEGP 31: 315-31.

Jones, R. F. 1951. The Seventeenth Century: Studies in the History of English Thought & Literature from Bacon to Pope. Stanford University Press.

Jones, R. F. 1953. The Triumph of the English Language. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Jones, Steven. 2002. Antonymy: A Corpus-based Perspective. Routledge Advances in Corpus Linguistics, 2. Routledge.

Jones, T. 1980. Chaucer's Knight. London: Methuen.

Jones, Terry, et al. (eds.) 2006. Who Murdered Chaucer?: A Medieval Mystery. St. Martin's Press.

Jonston, E. C. 1967. "The Significance of the Pronoun of Address in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight". The Univ. of South Florida Language Quarterly 5(3/4): 34-6.

Jonz, Jon. 2006. An Introduction to English Sentence Structure: Clauses, Markers, Missing Elements. Equinox Pub.