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" Modern Saxon would designate the Dorsetshire dialect, etc. As regards the Northern dialects of the Middle period, they ought strictly to be classed as Modern, as they soon lost the final e entirely. But as they have all the other characteristics of the... "
A History of English Sounds from the Earliest Period, Including an ... - Page 161
by Henry Sweet - 1874 - 163 pages
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A Bibliographical List of the Works that Have ..., Issue 2; Issue 8; Issue 18

William Hugh Patterson - English language - 1877 - 201 pages
...dialectnames. Thus Old Anglian would be equivalent to " Anglian dialect of Old English," Modern Saxon would designate the Dorsetshire dialect, etc. As regards...for instance, in the important question of the two eeв and ooв in Middle English, and in that of the preservation of short у in the Early Modern period....
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A history of English sounds from the earliest period: with full word-lists

Henry Sweet - English language - 1888 - 409 pages
...Ellis is best expressed by repeating what I said in the Concluding Remarks to my first edition : " As regards my obligations to Mr. Ellis, I can only...material stored up in the 'Early English Pronunciation'." If I had to dedicate this book, it would receive on its title-page the four names of BELL, ELLIS, PAUL,...
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Phonetische studien, Volumes 3-4

Wilhelm Vitor - Phonetics - 1890
...of which, in some places, it is little more lhan a sunmiary; while l have tlirougliout drawn Inrgely on the enormous mass of material stored up in the...English Pronunciation. In going over the same ground s Mr. Ellis, it ii but natural that I should occasionally arme at conclusions difTerent from Ins....
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