IRREGULARITIES. Adverbs at the beginning of the sentenceTransposition of Adverbs. When an adverb is transposed to the beginning for emphasis, it generally transposes the subject after the verb, but adverbs are sometimes put at the beginning of a sentence without influencing the order of the other words.
“For always I am Cæsar.” Ib. i. 2. 212.
“Seldom he smiles.
“No more that thane of Cawdor shall deceive.
“Of something nearly that concerns yourselves.