Of the Orthographie and Congruitie of the Britan Tongue A Treates, noe shorter than necessarie, for the Schooles
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Of the Orthographie and Congruitie of the Britan Tongue A Treates, noe shorter than necessarie, for the Schooles

By schoolmaster Alexander Hume
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  • Orthographie and Congruitie of the Britan Tongue;
  • A Treates, noe shorter then necessarie, for the Schooles,
  • Alexander Hume.
  • PREFACE.
    • OF THE ORTHOGRAPHIE OF THE BRITAN TONGUE; A TREATES, NOE SHORTER THEN NECESSARIE, FOR THE SCHOOLES.
      • OF THE GROUNDES OF ORTHOGRAPHIE. Cap. 1.
      • OF THE LATINE VOUALES. Cap. 2.
      • OF THE BRITAN VOUALES. Cap. 3.
      • OF CONSONANTES. Cap. 4.
      • OF OUR ABUSING SUM CONSONANTES. Cap. 5.
      • OF THE SYLLAB. Cap. 6.
      • OF THE RULES TO SYMBOLIZE. Cap. 7.
      • OF RULES FROM THE LATIN. Cap. 7. (sic.)
      • OF SUM IDIOMES IN OUR ORTHOGRAPHIE. Cap. 8.
      • OF THE ACCENTES OF OUR TONGUE. Cap. 9.
      • OF THE APOSTROPHUS AND HYPHEN. Cap. 10.
    • OF THE GROUNDES OF ORTHOGRAPHIE. Cap. 1.
    • OF THE LATINE VOUALES. Cap. 2.
    • OF THE BRITAN VOUALES. Cap. 3.
    • OF CONSONANTES. Cap. 4.
    • OF OUR ABUSING SUM CONSONANTES. Cap. 5.
    • OF THE SYLLAB. Cap. 6.
    • OF THE RULES TO SYMBOLIZE. Cap. 7.
    • OF RULES FROM THE LATIN. Cap. 7. (sic.)
    • OF SUM IDIOMES IN OUR ORTHOGRAPHIE. Cap. 8.
    • OF THE ACCENTES OF OUR TONGUE. Cap. 9.
    • OF THE APOSTROPHUS AND HYPHEN. Cap. 10.
    • OF THE CONGRUITIE OF OUR BRITAN TONGUE.
      • LIB. 2.
      • OF THE PERSON. Cap. 1.
      • OF NUMBER. Cap. 2.
      • OF THE DETERMINATION OF THE PERSON. Cap. 3.
      • OF THE GENDER OF A NOUN. Cap. 4.
      • OF THE CASE OF THE NOUN. Cap. 5.
      • OF THE DEGREES OF COMPARISON. Cap. 6.
      • OF THE VERB’S PERSON AND NUMBER. Cap. 7.
      • OF THE MOOD OF THE VERB. Cap. 8.
      • OF THE TYME OF THE VERB. Cap. 9.
      • OF THE POWER OF THE VERB. Cap. 10.
      • OF THE ADVERB. Cap. 11.
      • OF THE CONJUNCTION. Cap. 12.
      • OF DISTINCTIONES. Cap. 13.
    • LIB. 2.
    • OF THE PERSON. Cap. 1.
    • OF NUMBER. Cap. 2.
    • OF THE DETERMINATION OF THE PERSON. Cap. 3.
    • OF THE GENDER OF A NOUN. Cap. 4.
    • OF THE CASE OF THE NOUN. Cap. 5.
    • OF THE DEGREES OF COMPARISON. Cap. 6.
    • OF THE VERB’S PERSON AND NUMBER. Cap. 7.
    • OF THE MOOD OF THE VERB. Cap. 8.
    • OF THE TYME OF THE VERB. Cap. 9.
    • OF THE POWER OF THE VERB. Cap. 10.
    • OF THE ADVERB. Cap. 11.
    • OF THE CONJUNCTION. Cap. 12.
    • OF DISTINCTIONES. Cap. 13.
  • NOTES.
  • GLOSSARIAL INDEX.
    • Early English Text Society.
    • LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS.
    • FOOTNOTES
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