the single compartment graph is the most usual form of lower case 'a'.
double compartment 'a' used within a word is frequently taller and larger than surrounding letters.
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the lobe of 'd' can be sharp or rounded.
the upper loop often bends back over previous letters.
'd' with tag in final position.
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double compartment 'g' used throughout.
the right side of the lower compartment is usually a thick vertical stroke.
'g' in final position with tag.
final 'g' with flourish.
the limb is thick and curves gently as it descends.
the limb is thick and straight.
crossed 'h' after 't' when in final position.
crossed 'h' in 'ght' combination. The cross-stroke usually sits on top of the head of the graph.
the penultimate letter in the word which just appears as a single line with no return.
'z'-shaped 'r' followed by long 'r' to form the double 'rr'. Long 'r' is set below the level of the first 'r' because of the descender of 'f' in the word above.
.z.-shaped 'r' and long 'r' alternate in the text.
final 'r' with flourish probably to represent a final 'e'.
sigma 's' as final letter.
kidney 's' as the final letter.
Usage: 'Sett a down agayne
upper case 'S' used at the beginning of a new phrase.
the limbs are thick strokes.
'w' as the initial letter of a word with lead-in stroke to the left limb.
'y' varies in the length and curvature of the tail.
just a slight curve on the thick descender which constitutes the tail.
with tail of 'y' returning over the top of the body of the letter.
Usage: Ampersand formed both with and without a stroke above.
Usage: The ampersand that went wrong!
macron with dot beneath for missing 'm'.
'n' with flourish.
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upper case 'I' which appears as a complete arch which almost meets at the bottom.
the upper case 'E' is the second letter of the word. The first 'S' should have been either a flourished initial or a decorated one. It is missing with just the guide letter visible in the space.
upper case 'R' at the beginning of a sentence.
upper case 'T' at the beginning of a sentence.