On Early English Pronunciation, with Especial Reference to Shakspere 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 Notation of All Spoken Sounds by Means of the Ordinary Printing Types; Including a Re-arrangement of F. J. Child's Memoirs on the Language of Chaucer and Gower, and Reprints of the Rare Tracts by Salesbury on English, 1547, and Welch, 1567, and by Barcley on French, 1521, Part 3
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accent Alexandrine assonance Bull Bullokar Chaucer cited consonant dhai dhat dhe Lord dhee dheei dheer dhei dheir dhem dhen dher dhii dhis dhou dialect diphthong eksept English French French words G pr German Gill Gill's Haav hadd Hart hath haue hence Latin letters Louis Lucien Bonaparte lyke maad maner moche modern moost myddes nounced nunciation orthography Palsgrave phonetic probably pronounced pronunciation rhymes saesnec Salesbury sche Shakspere Shakspere's shal shew shii short six MSS sound soundyd spelling supra syllable th century ther theyr thou tion trissyllabic uidh unaccented vowel vpon weel weer Welsh whan whitsh wold woordes writing wryten wyth