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0? Imperial Edition de Lure
IN TWENTY-FIVE VOLUMES
A BIOGRAPHICAL AND BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY OF THE
THE RIDPATH COLLECTION
MOST CAPABLE SCHOLARS
JOHN CLARK RIDPATH.A.M., L.
RACES OF MANKINL," ETC, ETC.
IIISTORY OF THE UNITED
sound is variable to, and in ordinary utterance actually becomes, the short u. sound (of but, pun, etc.). Thus: a as in errant, republican. e as in prudent, difference. i as in charity, density.
as in valor, actor, idiot. ä as in Persia, peninsula. ē as in the book. ů as in nature, feature.
a as in fat, man, pang. ā as in fate, mane, dale. ä as in far, father, guard. à as in fall, talk. à as in ask, fast, ant. â as in fare. e as in met, pen, bless. ē as in mete, meet. è as in her, fern. i as in pin, it. i as in pine, fight, file. o as in not, on, frog. ō as in note, poke, floor. ö as in move, spoon. ô as in nor, song, off. u as in tub. ū as in mute, acute. ů as in pull. ü German ü, French u. oi as in oil, joint, boy. ou as in pound, proud.
A mark ( - )under the consonants t, d, s, 2 indicates that they in like manner are variable to ch, j, sh, sh. Thus: $ as in nature, adventure. das in arduous, education. $ as in pressure
as in seizure у
as in yet. B Spanish b (medialle ch as in German ack, Scotski locki
as in German Abensberg; Hamburg, H Spanish g before e and i; Spanish';:
etc. (a guttjrali ń French nasaližirgon, as in tori,
final s in Portuguese (soft). th as in thin. TH as in then.
A single dot under a vowel in an unaccented syllable indicates its abbreviation and lightening, without absolute loss of its distinctive quality. Thus: à as in prelate, courage. ē as in ablegate, episcopal. o as in abrogate, eulogy, democrat. V as in singular, education.
A double dot under a vowel in an unaccented syllable indicates that, even in the mouths of the best speakers, its
D = FH.
denotes a primary, a secondary accent. (A secondary accent is not marked if at its regular interval of two syllables from the primary, or froin another secondary.)
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