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Appendix: Word Division

Novel (Romance) | U of South Carolina P | 1972
Transcription APPENDIX

WORD DIVISION.

Table A
The following possible compounds, hyphenated at the end of a
line in the Centennial edition of As Good as a Comedy and Paddy
McGann, appear as one word in the copy-texts. All other compounds
that are hyphenated at the end of a line in the Centennial edition
(except those listed in Table C) are hyphenated within the line in
the 1852 text and are omitted from this table.

6.37-7. I school- I masters
10.4-5 great-grand- I mother
29.1-2 boy- hood
30.38-3 I .1 school- boys
31.1 8-9 step-mother
36.7-8 horse- manship
45.35-6 pack- thread
52.4-5 home- stead
85.25-6 White- jacket
99.5-6 sweep- stakes
141.5-6 over- seer
218.13-4 neighbor- hood
226.6-7 back- woodsman
261.25-6 down- hearted
333.32-3 rail- road
333.37-334.1 pitch- fork
338.8-9 rail-road
359.9-To moon- light
374.23-4 blue- bellied
380.1-2 news-paper
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