P. 144, line 2d from bottom, for adventurer, read adventurer.
P. 161, line 2d from top, for extract, read extracts.
P. 222, line 15 from bottom, for effects, read efforts.
NOTATION OF THE EXAMPLES.
It is believed that in general, this will explain itself. But the follow-
ing references will be convenient. Each line constitutes a phrase of
utterance : vide p. 209. Phrases are subdivided into groups of utterance
by a wider space between words: vide pp. 95 to 97. When a hyphen is
inserted in the space between two groups, itindicates a compound group,
and that the pause may be omitted in rapid delivery: vide p. 204. For
the principles for placing the falling inflexion (V) vide p. 229. For those
of placing the rising inflexion (/) vide pp. 234 and 236. For the use of
circumflexes and waves, (V)(\) vide pp. 243 and 244. For the
use of italics, and of words with separated letlers, vide pp. 148 and 310.