The Letters of John Keats

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KEATS'S PEN-SLIPS AND UNUSUAL SPELLINGS IN THE LETTERS
Words marked with an asterisk accord with the spelling given in Bailey's English Dictionary which Keats used.References are to pages.
abrubt 304
abrubtly 371
accompenament 42
accured 260
adchieve 129
affloat 441
*affraid 35, 57, 77, 109, 114, 129, 153, 168, 181, 194, 198, 202, 212, 213, 237, 247, 260, 273, 318, 319, 321, 344, 356, 357, 364, 365, 405, 407, 413, 424, 436, 441, 450, 453, 456, 478, 487, 501, 510, 511
agrestunal 390
Aladin200, 302, 412
Aligators 207
allegience 32
alseep 315
Alston106
Altam 255
amusemement 452
an (for and) 20
analize 148
and (for an) 59, 147
Anthony 31, 129
Anthropopagi 159
Appenine 347
appoantment 296
arbitary 301, 308, 335
Arck 415
Argyle 187
Argylshire 189
arrable 379
ascbribe 466
at (for a) 74
*atchievements 79, 227
attidudes 56
Babbicomb 385
Babbicum 131
ballance 144, 243
ballanced 165
*Ballustrades 19
Bartlet 115
Batterry 508
Beeches 35
*befal 50, 60
beffaling 357
beginng 129
Belantree 181
beleive 146
believeing 356
Bellfast 174
bergh 452
big-belley 391
bigotted 119
*Birth 511
boaring 320
bothe 328
boudour 322
bouze 99
bragadochio 258
Bragadochio 450
Brittain 91, 113, 130, 132
bruize 249, 291
Brumidgeum 116
Buiscuit 174
bulleteen 418
Burnes's 183
capsise 57
carefull 485
Carey152
Cambden Town 314
cathedrall 200, 367, 368, 375
Chauntry 49
checquer 8
cheveaux-de-frised 493
choaked 22
choaks 505
chrystiain 336
Circumscision 289
clime (for climb) 29

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