>Having troubles reading it? Well here, to "translate" a bit of this
>last-mentioned page (from English to English<g>)...
> To the good and gentle
Several of the y+ are actually y+t; at least, that's the only word that
makes sense in those postions:
Although, I lack such eloquence
and learning, as is to be required in
him, which should compile any work
to (the) praise, or dispraise of a thing, yet for (That)
I have myself been an offender in these
So unless there is a clear differentiation (which doesn't show in the gif)
between y+e and others, that one sort did service for many words not just
The round r was a feature of blackletter for centuries befor this type was
made, but almost always final.
There's also an interesting short k, lacking its ascender. Whether a broken
sort or a deliberate variant, hmm, hard to say.