On Early English Pronunciation; With Special Reference to Shakespeare and Chaucer, Containing an Investigation of the Correspondence of Writing with Speech in England from the Anglosaxon Period to the Present Day, Preceded by a Systematic

On Early English Pronunciation; With Special Reference to Shakespeare and Chaucer, Containing an Investigation of the Correspondence of Writing with Speech in England from the Anglosaxon Period to the Present Day, Preceded by a Systematic

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1875 edition. Excerpt: ...him, Sun, dhou art ever widh mee, and aul dhat ei hav iz dhein. 32. Itwozmeetdhatweeshuod maik meri and bee glad, for dhis dhei brudher woz ded, and iz alei'v agen-, and woz lost, and iz found. Danbt P. Fey. 22. But dhe faadher said to his servants, Bring forth dhe best robe, and put it on him; and pet a ring on his hand, and shoos on his feet: 23. And bring hidher dhe fatted caalf, and kil it: and let us eat and be merry: 24. For dhis my son waz ded, and iz alive again; he waz lost, and iz found. And dhey began to be merry. 25. Now his elder son waz in dhe feeld: and az he came and drew nigh to dhe hous, he herd music and daansing. 26. And he caulcd one ov dhe servants, and aaaked what dheze things ment. 27. And he said unto him, Dhy brudher iz cum; and dhy faadher hath killed dhe fatted caalf, because he hath rccceved him safe and sound. 28. And he waz anggry, and weld not go in: dherefbre came his faadher out, and entreated him. 29. And he aansirering said to his faadher, Lo, dheze menny years doo I serv dhee, neidher transgressed I at enny time dhy commandment: and yet dhow newer gavest me a kid, dhat I might make merry widh my fronds: 30. But az soon az dhis dhy son waz cum, which hath devoured dhy livving widh harlots, dhow hast killed for him dhe fatted caalf. 31. And he said unto him, Ron, dhow art evver widh me, and aul dhat I hav iz dhino. 32. It wa/ meet dhat we shuld make merry, and be glad: for dhis dhy brudher waz ded, and iz alive again; and waz lost, and iz found. E. Jones. 22. But the father said to hiz servants, Bring forth the best roeb, and put it on him; and put a ring on hiz hand, and shooz on hiz feet: 23. And bring hither the fated caf, and cil it; and let us eet and be mery: 24. For this my sun woz ded, and iz...show more

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  • Paperback | 196 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 358g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236915119
  • 9781236915115