Grammar and Alphabet of the Egyptian Language, circa July–circa November 1835

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5th D
her whom Egypt was discovered while it was under water, who was the daughter of Ham.— a lineage with whom a record of the fathers was intrusted by the tradition of Ham and accordding to the tradition of their elders; by who<m> also the tradition of the art of embalming in <was> kept.
H Zi most virtuous, comely and beautiful, modest and chaste, being taught most perfectly and upright.
H Kah ton num: a lineage with whom a record of the fathers was intrusted by tradition of Ham, and according to the tradition of their elders, by whom also the tradition of the art of of embalming was kept.
H Zi oop hah— A young virgin unmarried woman
H Ho-e-oop A prince of the royal blood a true desendant from Ham, the son of Noah, and inheritor of the Kingly blessings from under the hand of Noah, but not according to the priestly blessing, because of the trangrissions of Ham, which blessing fell upon Shem from under the hand of Noah
H Ziss Zi-is the same of the fourth only increases or lessens five degrees.
H Ha e oop hah— honor by birth, kingly power by the line of Pharoah. possession by birth one who riegns upon his throne universally— possessor of heaven and earth, and
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5th D
her whom Egypt was discovered while it was under water, who was the daughter of Ham.— a lineage with whom a record of the fathers was intrusted by the tradition of Ham and accordding to the tradition of their elders; by whom also the tradition of the art of embalming was kept.
H Zi most virtuous, comely and beautiful, modest and chaste, being taught most perfectly and upright.
H Kah ton num: a lineage with whom a record of the fathers was intrusted by tradition of Ham, and according to the tradition of their elders, by whom also the tradition of the art of of embalming was kept.
H Zi oop hah— A young virgin unmarried woman
H Ho-e-oop A prince of the royal blood a true desendant from Ham, the son of Noah, and inheritor of the Kingly blessings from under the hand of Noah, but not according to the priestly blessing, because of the trangrissions of Ham, which blessing fell upon Shem from under the hand of Noah
H Ziss Zi-is the same of the fourth only increases or lessens five degrees.
H Ha e oop hah— honor by birth, kingly power by the line of Pharoah. possession by birth one who riegns upon his throne universally— possessor of heaven and earth, and
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