The invited alphabet, or, Address of A to B, Page 16


but, as it takes a manifest station in the pronunciation of a syllable, instead of
having a simultaneous utterance, like an accentual tone or inflexion, it has been
thought convenient to give it a place in most alphabets, and to refer it to the class
of consonants.
Formerly, the powers of I and J were both signified by the single


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