Nor is it otherwise in respect of our English provincialisms.
Why p. 39are all his provincialisms Sussex and south country?
There are others who are not quite so ready to believe in the pathos of provincialisms.
Similarly, there are plenty of provincialisms in Shakespeare.
He speaks English like a native, and is even up in its provincialisms; few in Herefordshire whose dialect is of the purest.
He edited a dictionary of Cuban provincialisms, and published a volume of "American Rhymes."
He had the natural advantage of a refined appearance, and his accent was pure, and not marred by any provincialisms.
He had so many funny nautical terms, provincialisms, that she had to inquire what some of the words meant.
New York is emphatically a great city, and it is entirely free from provincialisms of any kind.
Is there nothing but bad grammar, mispronunciation and provincialisms in the heart of the rustic?