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APPENDIX.

A LIST of WORDS, alike in Sound, but

different in Spelling and Signification.

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Air, an element.

Heir, to an estate.
All, the whole.
Awl, an instrument.

Al-tar, for sacrifice.

Al-ter, to change.
Ant, an emmet.
Aunt, a relacion.

As-cent, steepness.

As-sent, agreement.
Au-ger, to bore with,
Au-gur, one who foretells.

Bail, surety:

Bale, a pack of goods.
Ball, a round substance.
Bawl, to cry out.

Bare, without covering.
Bear, a beast.

Bear, to suffer or carry.
Base, vile.
Bass, in musick.

Be, to exist.

Bee, an insect.
Beau, a man of dress.
Bow, to shoot with.

Beer, malt drink.

Bier, to carry the dead.

Ber-ry, a small fruit. 200

Bur-y, to inter the dead. that

Beat, to strike. A Beet, a root. doeth Blue, a colour.

ow, did blow.

ore, to make holes.

Bolt, for a door.

Boult, to sift.
Bough, a branch.
Bow, an act of reverence.

Bred, brought up.

Bread, for food.
Bur-row, for rabbits.
Bor-ough, a town corporate.

By, near to.

Buy, to purchase.
Cal-en-dar, a register.
Cal-en-der, to dress cloth.

Call, to cry aloud.

Caul, of a wig.
Can-non, a great gun.
Can-on, a rule or law.

Ceil-ing, covering of a room.

Seal-ing, setting a seal.
Cell, a small room.
Sell, to dispose of.

Cel-lar, a vault.

Sell-er, one who sells. Cent, the hundredth part of a Sent, ordered away.

[dollar. Scent, a smell,

Col-lar, for the neck.

Chol-er, anger.
Cord, a small rope.
Chord, agreement in sound.

Ci-on, a young shoot.
Si-on, the name of a mountain.
Cite, to summon.
Sight, a seeing

Chron-i-cle, a history.

Chron-i-cal, of long continuClime, a climate, [ance Climb, to clamber up.

built hire, and the Penar, a swine.

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Hire, avages.

Coarse, not fine.

Hair, of the hecd. Course, way, direction.

Hare, an animal. Com-ple-ment, full number. Hall, a great room, Com-pli-ment, expression of Haul, to pull.

[civility. Hart, an animal. Coun-cil, an assembly.

Heart, the seat of life. Coun-sel, advice.

Heal, to cure. Cous-in, a relation.

Heel, of the foot. Coz-en, to cheat.

Hear, to hearken. Dear, of great price.

Here, in this place. Deer, a wild animal.

Herd, of cattle. Dew, falling water.

Heard, did hear, Due, owing:

Hew, to cut off Die, to expire.

Hue, colour. Dye, to colour.

Hugh, a man's name. Doe, a female deer.

Dough, bread unbaked. High-er, more high. Dun, brown colour.

Him, that man. Done, performed.

Hynin, a sacred song. Fane, a temple.

Hoard, to heap up, Fain, gladly,

Horde, a wandering tribe. Feign, to dissemble.

I, myself. Faint, weary.

Eye, an organ of sight.
Feint, a pretence.

Isle, an island.
Fair, clear, handsome.
Fare, food

an alley in a chnrch. Fel-low, an associate.

I'll, for I will. Fel-loe, the rim of a wheel. In, within. Flee, to run away.

Inn, a tavern. Flea, an insect.

In-dite, to compose. Flow-er, of the field.

In-dict, to iinpeach. Flour, for bread.

Kill, to slay: Foul, filthy.

Kiln, of brick. Fowl, a bird.

Lain, did lie. Forth, abroad.

Lane, a narrow passage.. Fourth, in number.

Lash, to strike. Fran-cis, a man's name. Leash, to dind.

Fran-ces, a woman's name. Leak, to run out. Gate, a door of a city.

Leek, a kind of onion. Gait, manner of walking. Led, conducted. Gilt, with gold.

Lead, a heavy metal Guilt, a crime,

Les-sen, to make le88. Grate, made of bars.

Les-son, in reading. Great, large.

Li-ar, a teller of lies. Groan, a hard sigh.

Lyre, a harp. Grown, increased.

Leave, permission. Hail, frozen drops of water. Lieve, willingly. Hale, sound, healthy.

Limb, a leg or arm. Hail, to salute.

Limn, 10 paint.

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Lo, behold.

Pair, a couple. Low, not high.

Pare, to cut off. Loan, any thing lent.

Pear, a fruit. Lone, without company.

Peace, tranquillity.
Made, finished.

Piece, a part,
Maid, an unmarried woman. Peel, to strip off Ter
Main, chief.

Peal, a succession corrected. Mane, of a horse.

Pe-ter, a man's nam Mail, armour.

Pe-tre, nitré, salt Male, the he kind.

Plane, to makest chou. Mail, a packet.

Plain, even, i. Mare, a female horse.

Plate, a dish chimbly. May.or, of a city.

Plait, a fold largy. Mar-shal, to arrange.

Pole, a ly: Mar-tial, warlike.

Poll, 14uirl. Mean, of small value.

Prac-tot quine. [ment. Mien, air, look.

Pramencement, not cominioce. Meat, flesh.

Pipen'sate, not com'pensate. Meet, to come together: Pceit, not consait. Mete, measure.

Picern, not consarı. Mill, for grinding:

[dollar confiscate, not confisticate. Mille, the thousanilth part contem'plate, not con'template:

Mite, any small thing. Contraband, not countraband. Might, sirength.

Cord, not coard. Moan, lamentation.

Cornice, not cornish. Mown, cut down.

Cor'oner, not crowner. Nay, no.

Cotton, not cotton wool. Neigh, the as’ylum.

Cov'er, mot kivver. Need, war attaych.

Courtesy, not curchy. Knead, not oudacious. Crupper, not crooper. New not ev'erage.

burb, K or, not bacheltor,

of a well. Nif un-hill, not bacon-hill. Cutlass, not cutlash. Krows, not bellowses.

Crystal, not crystial. -yond', not beyend'.

Dandruff, noi dander. Seneficent, not berif'icent. Da'nger, not dannger. Boil, not bile,

Daughter, not darter.

Daunt, not dant. Bo'som, not buzzum.

Demon'strate, not dem'onstrate. Bridegroom, not bridesgroom.

Deci'sive, not decis'ive. Broil, not brile.

Des'ert, not de'sert. By and by, not birneby.

Deserve, not desarve. Catch, not ketch.

Determine, not detarmine. Caught, not ketch'd, nor cotcii. Dictionary, not dicsonary. Calamanco, not calamink,

Digest', not disgest. Canal, not canel'.

Discern, not diszarn. Cards, not cayrds.

Disable, not disenable. Care, not keer.

District, not deestrict.
Carpenter, not carfender,

Divorce, not disvorce.
Carry, noi care.
Celery, not salary.

Do, not doe, nor du.
Certain, not sartain.

Drain, not dreen,

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Roe, a female deer.

Tare, an allowance in weight.
Row, ä rank.

Tear, to rend.
Roe, the eggs of a fishi. Team, of oxen, &c.
Row, as with an oar.

Teem, to bring forth.
Coun-:. by heart, without book.

Their, belonging to them. did write. Coun-sel,

There, in that place. Cous-in, å

The, a particle. wisted. Coz-en, to cha

Thee, thyself. Dear, of great

Threw, did thror. Deer, a wild anim.

Through, from one side to the

[other. Due, owing:

Thrown, ftung. Die, to expire.

Throne, chair of state. Dye, to colour.

Tow, to drag along. Doe, a female deer.

Toe, of the foot. Dough, bread unbaked.

Tow. from flax. Dun, brown colour.

Too, also. Done, performed.

Two, a couple.

Vale, a valley
Fane, a temple.
Fain, gladly,

Vail,

a covering: Feign, to dissemble. Faint, weary.

Vane, a plate to show the course Feint, a pretence.

Isle, Yain, proud.

[of the wind. Fair, clear, handsome.

. a blood vessel. Fare, food. Fel-low, an associate.

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, for I will ical instrument. Fel-loe, the rim of a wheel. In, within. Flee, to run away.

Inn, a tavern. Flea, an insect.

In-dite, to compose. Flow-er, of the field.

In-dict, to iinpeach. Flour, for bread.

Kill, to slay: Foul, filthy.

Kilu, of brick. Fowl, a bird.

Lain, did lie. Forth, abroad.

Lane, a narrow passages Fourth, in number.

Lash, to strike. Fran-cis, a man's name. Leash, to bind.

Fran-ces, a woman's name. Leak, to run out.
Gate, a door of a city.

Leek, a kind of onion.
Gait, manner of walking. Led, conducted.
Gilt, with gold.

Lead, a heavy metal
Guilt, a crime.

Les-sen, to make less. Grate, made of bars.

Les-son, in reading: Great, large,

Li-ar, a teller of lies. Groan, a hard sigh.

Lyre, a harp. Grown, increased.

Leave, permission. Hail, frozen drops of water. Lieve, willingly. Hale, sound, healthy.

Limb, a or arm. Hail, to salute.

Limn, 10 paint.

ffee, }aremall bottle

VULGARISMS AND IMPROPRIETIES.

A Adversity, nae aliarsity.

Some of the most common Improprieties in Pronunciation, corrected. CROSS, not acrost.

Chair, not cheer.

Chaw or chew, not chou. Afraid, not afeard.

Chest, nol chist. Africa, not Effrica.

Chimney, not chimbly.
After, not arter.

Clergy, not clargy.
Afternoon, noi arternoon. Cloy, not cly:
Ague, not agur.

Coil, not quirl.
An'cient, not annchent. Coin, not quine.

[ment. An'ecdote, not anecdote. Commencement, not commince• A'ogel, not anngel.

Compen'sate, not com'pensate. Anoint, not aninte.

Conceit, not consait. Appraise, apprize, Concern, not

not Appoint, not appint.

Contem'plate, not con'template: Apothecary, not pottecary. Contraband, not countraband. Apprentice, not printis.

Cord, not coard. Apron, not apurn.

Cornice, not cornish. Ask, not aks.

Cor'oner, not crowner. Assert, not assart.

Cotton, not cotton wool. Asy'lum, not as'ylum.

Cov'er, not kivver. Attach, not attaych.

Courtesy, not curchy. Audacious, not oudacious. Crupper, not crooper. Av'erage, not ev'erage.

Ś @urb, Bachelor, not bacheltor.

of a well. Be'acon-hill, not bacon-hill. Cutlass, not cutlash. Bellows, not bellowses.

Crystal, not crystial. Beyond', not beyend'.

Dandruff, not dander. Benef'icent, not bertif'icent. Da'nger, not dannger. Boil, not bile,

Daughter, not darter.

Daunt, not dant. Bo'som, not buzzum.

Demon'strate, not dem'onstrate. Bridegroom, not bridesgroom.

Decisive, not decis'ive. Broil, not brile.

Des'ert, not de'sert. By and by, not bineby.

Deserye, not desarve. Catch, not ketch.

Determine, not detarmine. Caught, not ketch'd, nor cotcii. Dictionary, not dicsonary. Calamanco, not calamink.

Digest', not disgest. Canal', not canel'.

Discern, not diszarn. Cards, not cayrds.

Disable, not disenable. Care, not keer.

District, not deestrict.
Carpenter, not carfender,

Divorce, not disvorce.
Carry, noi care.
Celery, not salary.

Do, not doe, nor du.
Certain, not sartain.

Drain, not dreen.

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