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Author: Hodges, Richard, School-Master.
Title: A special help to orthographie: or, The true-vvriting of English.: Consisting of such words as are alike in sound, and unlike both in their signification and writing: As also, of such words vvhich are so neer alike in sound, that they are sometimes taken one for another. Whereunto are added diverse orthographical observations, very needfull to be known. / Publisht by Richard Hodges, a school-master, dwelling in Southwark, at the Midle-gate within Mountague-close, for the benefit of all such as do affect true-writing.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A special help to orthographie: or, The true-vvriting of English.: Consisting of such words as are alike in sound, and unlike both in their signification and writing: As also, of such words vvhich are so neer alike in sound, that they are sometimes taken one for another. Whereunto are added diverse orthographical observations, very needfull to be known. / Publisht by Richard Hodges, a school-master, dwelling in Southwark, at the Midle-gate within Mountague-close, for the benefit of all such as do affect true-writing.
Hodges, Richard, School-Master.

London: Printed for Richard Cotes, 1643 [i.e. 1644]
Subject terms:
English language -- Orthography and spelling
English language -- Pronunciation
English language -- Homonyms
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A86431.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Reader.
A SPECIAL HELP TO ORTHOGRAPHIE.
Such words as are alike in sound, and unlike both in their signification and writing, are exprest by different Letters, in these examples following.
Such words which are so neer alike in sound, as that they are sometimes taken one for another; are also exprest by different Letters, in these examples following.
Examples of some words, wherein one sound is exprest diverse ways in writing.
Some special observations, very needful to bee known, for the help of True-writing.
Errata.