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|Note that the letters u and v each come in two forms, as used at the beginning of a word and as used in the middle, but these are the same for each letter. I have differentiated them according to their sound in the transcript, to make for more comprehensible French. I have also differentiated i and j, although they look the same.|
|Private letters patent of 1347 (Eton College Library). All images from The New Palaeographical Society 1910, Plate 200.|
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