Yes, it's Monro's two volume Greek text with notes that I was referring to. I only have Volume 2 checked out the library right now, and I had assumed that his referenes in the notes were to his longer grammar, but if Volume 1 has a shorter grammar, then maybe it refers to that. I'm not sure which book he wrote first, or if there is a later edition that would refer to the full grammar. At any rate, I suspect that Monro would agree with himself. You say "short notes," but, trust me, Monro will give you more help with the Greek text than will the longer work of Kirk. Happy reading!
οὐ μανθάνω γράφειν, ἀλλὰ γράφω τοῦ μαθεῖν.