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A76308 The universal character, by which all the nations in the world may understand one anothers conceptions, reading out of one common writing their own mother tongues. An invention of general use, the practice whereof may be attained in two hours space, observing the grammatical directions. Which character is so contrived, that it may be spoken as well as written. / By Cave Beck, M.A. Beck, Cave, 1623-1706?; Netherlands. Emancipatiekommissie. 1657 (1657) Wing B1647; Thomason E1591_1; ESTC R11215 73,973 189

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194 yeast r 399 the yeld 1247 to yell v. houle yelk of an egg r 1724 the yellow-ham bird r 3988 yellow r 3989 to yelp as a dog 3990 to yearne or Commiserate 1214 yesterday 3991 a yeoman p 1220 yet or still sto sto yet or but seg a yoke 3992 a yolk r 1724 young ten with young v. gravid you e your he yore t 176 Z before E. Zeale r 3993 zedoary r 3994 the zodiack r 3995 a zone r 3996 FINIS For Expedition in writing for the most usuall words which come into Composition we have framed certain monosyllables beginning with s and t which are these which follow Frequentative or often sma paucitive or seldom sme augmentative or much smi diminutive or little smo moderative as enough smu colour sla bone sle disease sli case slo prone slu government sarc divination serc office sirc water sorc stone surc excessive too much tab defective too little teb cogitative think tib necessitative must tob voluntary willing tub love tac hate tec joy tic sorrow toc anger tuc hope tad feare ted doubt tid prefume tod despair tud good taf bad tef indifferent tif easy tof use tuf high or cheife tag low or base teg worthy tig possible tog pertaining or relating to tug wild tal tame t●l cruell til mild tol play tul local or house tam art tem sound or voice tim instrument tom mill tum time tan young ten old tin vessell ton garment tun wise tap honest tep true tip fine top coarse tup fruit tar leafe ter seed tir flower tor gum tur bark of the tree tas wood tes root t is pith tos kernell tus command tat obey tet follow tit fly tot keep tut bear or Carry tax buy tex give tix sell tox change tux eate taz drinke or juice tez make tiz mend toz describe tuz rill trab preserve treb take trib gain trob lose trub Conjunctions and Indefinites c. sab although albeit nevertheless or notwithstanding seb altogether or wholly sib almost sob alway sac anon or by and by sec another sic also soc any suc a part or alone or a side sad as even as sed as if or as though sid as well as sod as soon as or when sud as long as saf at sef because sif besides or except sof besides or moreover suf betimes or early sag both seg but sig but if sog but yet sug a certain thing sal divers sel each sil either of the two either v. or sol every sul ever or any thing sam every where sem hereafter sim forward som go to sum here san hence sen hither sin hitherto son hither thither or to and again sun how howbeit v. although sap how much sep how long sip how often sop how many sup if sar I or yes ser rich sir lest ithat sor backward sur downe sas never ses neither or nor sis now sos now and then or sometimes sus onely sat steale set or either sit out upon or fye sot perhaps or it may be sut prethee sca rather sce scarcely or hardly seeing that v. because sci so sco so many scu some so so or in indifferent tif sna that sne there sni then sno after a comparative snu thence spa therefore or wherefore spe thither sp thus spo to spu untill utterly seb fra promise fre engage fri compell fro whence fru where sta wherefore or why ste whether or no sti whilest sto yet or still yet or but seg stu perswade yea sar * Note Except the Conjunctions most of these words have figure-Characters in the Dictionary so that these are synonom●'s eb 25 1040 or eb tuf 1040 Thou usest to write but the learning these syllables will advantage the work in Compositions An Example of writing and speaking the fifth Commandement Honour thy Father and thy Mother Write leb 2314 p 2477 and pf 2477 Speak leb toreónfo pee tofosénsen pif tofosensen That thy days may be long sna her 14848 sna heronfórafos mb 1716 mib onsenónsic In the Land which the Lord in p 1699 in ponsicninnin vip 2529 vip tofitónin Thy God giveth thee hep 306 hep tréosic pee b 510 pee befióno * Note for Euphony sake or the better sound the letter t in tre may sometimes be left out and t in at may for the same cause be omitted or changed into the Consonant following as onfórafo or onforaffo which I berry is usually taken in all languages as Commend for Commend assemble for adsemble LAUS DEO ERRATA Reader be pleased to correct these mistakes with thy pen Page line for reade 11 25 pfp f3 pf pf3 13 27 tuc 3 + tug 3 + 14 7 vowels set vowels are set 15 11 after hor 3s insert these words that Abatement hur 3 those Abatements hur 3 s. page line insert this rule 16 15 such as are desirous to distinguish Verbs Neuter from actives transitives must set n over their Character as 3 n to abate or decrease page line for reade 20 22 milf milf 3 25 18 B●i 3̄ moi 3 29 16 sper super   21 after xee adde zee   33 28 3 + the cruce tree r 3 +       cruce tre   33 first fift 34 21 Dictionary which insert seek its primitive which c. In the Dictionary For Reade against ante ant to attone nu 1 + ambodexter 161 sag 2224 Ballance 269 368 a beare 149 449 beyond ultrans trans beatitude 554 454 blandiloquy 571 82 a blank 572 571 to blow 576 579 Bridegrom 247 722 Brute 703 763 camp 850 860 a charnel house tam 628 to cleave unto 58 a coire 1172 1168 contumacy 1304 1303 to fast from eating 212 1852 fast or swift 1852 212 a flagon 1923 3413 stax finth flax finch a floore 652 to forge 347 1347 Gelly 1132 1139 a forrest 1987 1983 Gentiall Gentian a glane v. ganeling a glaive v. javelin   Handy traft Handy craft to immolate 2399 2399 to impropriate u 238 Leutenant 2695 2605 a Mine 2722 2792 to present to be present to present or offer 2944 sea Holly 3413 3483 swallows herb 3737 3707 to sacrifice 3413 2399 BOOKS Printed for William Weekly at Ipswich and are to be sold by J. Rothwel at the Fountain in Gold-Smiths-Row in Cheapside FEstered Conscience new lanced The Good Masters Plea and the Evil Servants Cavil Orthodoxal Navigation The Saints Rest in an evil day both in their Dependance upon God and Assistance from him Together with Bowels of Mercy interceding for the Saints in danger or Sacred Sympathy unsealed By Alex. Pringle Minister of the Gospel Choice Sermons of Faith by Matthew Laurence M. A. late Lecturer of Ipswich in Suffolk