The 1847 Alphabet is a phonemic alphabet invented by Isaac Pitman and Alexander J. Ellis.
Source: The Holy Bible containing the Old and New Testaments according to the authorized version arranged in paragraphs and parallelisms, and printed phonetically. Fred Pitman, London, 1850.
Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl
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