XII. On Anglo-Saxon Runes. By John M. Kemble, Esq.

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  title={XII. On Anglo-Saxon Runes. By John M. Kemble, Esq.},
  author={John Mitchell Kemble}
}
The particular object of the following remarks are the Runes of the Anglo-Saxons, whether as to their use in inscriptions, or the manner in which they are introduced into manuscripts. I shall therefore have but little to say of the Scandinavian or old Norse characters of the same description, unless by way of illustrating the indigenous alphabet: and indeed these require less attention from us, inasmuch as they have been profoundly and successfully studied by those who had the most right to… 
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