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ALPHABETICAL INDEX,
Afghan (or Pushto). Czechian(or Bohemian). Hebrew (current hand). Polish.
Amharic.
Danish.

Hebrew (Judæo-Ger- Pushto (or Afghan).
Anglo-Saxon.
Demotic.

Hungarian. (man). Romaic(Modern Greek) Arabic. Estrangelo. Illyrian.

Russian. Arabic Ligatures. Ethiopic.

Irish.

Runes.
Aramaic.
Etruscan.
Italian (Old).

Samaritan.
Archaic Characters. Georgian.

Japanese.

Sanscrit.
Armenian.
German.
Javanese,

Servian.
Assyrian Cuneiform. Glagolitic.

Lettish.

Slavonic (Old).
Bengali.
Gothic.
Mantshu.

Sorbian (or Wendish). Bohemian (Czechian). Greek.

Median Cuneiform. Swedish.
Bagís.

Greek Ligatures. Modern Greek (Romaic) Syriac.
Burmese.
Greek (Archaic). Mongolian.

Tamil.
Canarese (or Carnâtaca). Gujerati(orGuzzeratte). Numidian.

Telugu.
Chinese.
Hieratic.

OldSlavonic(orCyrillic). Tibetan.
Coptic.
Hieroglyphics.
Palmyrenian.

Turkish.
Croato-Glagolitic. Hebrew.

Persian.

Wallachian. Cufic.

Hebrew (Archaic). Persian Cuneiform. Wendish (or Sorbian). Cyrillic (or Old Slavonic). Hebrew (Rabbinical). Phænician.

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