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Early 19th Century Vocabulary

© ERIC FERGUSON 5348 48th Av. S. Minneapolis, MN 55417 phone: (612)726-6364 eric@celticfringe.net http://www.celticfringe.net

This article was originally published in The Historic Interpreter, newsletter of the Minnesota Historical Society Interpreters Caucus. Portions were published in the magazine of the Midwest Outdoor Museum Coordinating Council (MOMCC)

Those of us who work at living history museums have always worked to purge modern words and expressions from our vocabularies. However, the people we portray had a richer language than just modern English without "okay" and "have a nice day". By finding some of their words and phrases, we can add an extra dimension to our interpretation of their time that simply can't be found in facts, costumes, or artifacts.

To this end, I have chosen a book written in 1830 and combed it for its vocabulary. The book has been titled by modern editors Private Yankee Doodle . It is the memoirs of Joseph Plumb Martin, who fought in the Revolution as an enlisted man. I used Martin's memoirs because he has a natural writing style that breaks through the formalism so pervasive in authors of this period. He has a way with words and a knack for telling stories that leaves readers feeling like he is talking rather than writing. Most important, this is the man himself, not a professional writer's caricature of common speech. I feel this is the closest I will ever come to actually hearing people of this period talk.

What I have provided herein is a list of words and phrases Martin used. Some are words that are in modern dictionaries but not in common usage. There are words that have disappeared, words that have changed meanings, and a few that haven't changed but could be mistakenly thought too modern to use. In some instances Martin himself stopped to explain a word he thought would be unfamiliar. After each word, I give a definition, a quote from the book to show the context, and the page number for those who want to look it up. Some may "cavil" with some of my choices of words and think I left some things out or got definitions wrong, but, as long as I am not the victim of any "obloquy", such are welcome to go and look for themselves.

Private Yankee Doodle , by Joseph Plumb Martin, edited by George F. Scheer. Originally published in 1830. Little, Brown Co, 1962. Eastern Acorn Press, 1988.

By the by; same meaning as today. "...who, by the by, will, I hope, none of them be beyond the pale of my own neighborhood..." P.xxiii

Beyond the pale; same meaning as today, perhaps more strictly geographical. Originally referred to the area around Dublin, Ireland under English control. see above

Grandsire; grandfather. Martin always used this word instead of "grandfather". P.4

From the Chicago Manual of Style

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In previous posts, we’ve described and to cite the sources you quotein your paper. Today, we’ll show how to write the quotations themselves.

There are two main ways to present quotations: (1) you can set off a long quotation as a block, or (2) you can run a shorter quotation into your text with quotation marks.

First, let’s write a block quotation. Aquotation of five lines or more is a good candidate for setting as a block. Here’s a block quote from theyoung adult novel Plus One , by Elizabeth Fama :

It takes guts to deliberately mutilate your hand while operating a blister-pack sealing machine, but all I had going for me was guts. It seemed like a fair trade: lose maybe a week’s wages and possibly the tip of my right middle finger, and in exchange Poppu would get to hold his great-granddaughter before he died. I wasn’t into babies, but Poppu’s unseeing eyes filled to spilling when he spoke of Ciel’s daughter, and that was more than I could bear. It was absurd to me that the dying should grieve the living when the living in this case was only ten kilometers away. Poppu needed to hold that baby, and I was going to bring her to him. (Fama 2014, 3)

Some things to notice about the block quotation:

Fama, Elizabeth. 2014. Plus One. New York, NY: Macmillan.

Instead of theauthor-date method of citation, some instructors will tell you to use the notes-bibliography method , which requires putting a footnote or endnote number at the end of the block quotation:

I wasn’t into babies, but Poppu’s unseeing eyes filled to spilling when he spoke of Ciel’s daughter, and that was more than I could bear. It was absurd to me that the dying should grieve the living when the living in this case was only ten kilometers away. Poppu needed to hold that baby, and I was going to bring her to him, even if Ciel wouldn’t. 1

You would then write an endnote or footnote (whichever your instructor prefers) citingpage 3 of Fama’s book. The format is the same for endnotes and footnotes:

1. Elizabeth Fama, Plus One (New York, NY: Macmillan, 2014), 3.

If you have a bibliography, the citationwould look like this:

Fama, Elizabeth. Plus One .New York, NY: Macmillan, 2014.

If you are using author-date citations, theywould look like this:

Reference list: Fama, Elizabeth. 2014. Plus One .New York, NY: Macmillan.

In-text citation: (Fama 2014)

If your quote is less than five lines, you can probably run it into your text. Let’s say that we’ve been discussing in our paper how Famauses descriptions of the characters. For instance, instead of simply telling usthat the grandfather is blind, she writes that his “unseeing eyes filled to spilling”(Fama 2014, 3).

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Now let another function h : Y Y where Y is another set

Suppose further that

commute

The last statement can be written more simply as

τ g = h τ

or, by applying τ 1 to both sides

(8) g = τ 1 h τ

Here’s a commutative diagram that illustrates

Here’s a similar figure that traces out the action of the maps on a point x X

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that g 2 = τ 1 h 2 τ holds

In fact, if you like proofs by induction, you won’t have trouble showing that

g n = τ 1 h n τ

is valid for all n

What does this tell us?

It tells us that the following are equivalent

We end up with exactly the same object

Have you guessed where this is leading?

What we’re going to show now is that the operators T and K commute under a certain bijection

The implication is that they have exactly the same rate of convergence

To make life a little easier, we’ll assume in the following analysis (although not always in our applications) that u ( 0 ) = 0

Let V be all strictly concave, continuously differentiable functions v mapping R + to itself and satisfying v ( 0 ) = 0 and v ( y ) > u ( y ) for all positive y

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