Founts

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Caslon - History
... History, forms and use, 1937 The first founts cut by William Caslon were Arabic, used in a "Psalter" in 1725 Hebrew, used for John Selden's Works in 1726 ... Nicols writes "he (Caslon) cut the beautiful fount of English which is used in printing Selden's Works 1726 ... character as far superior over comtemporary Dutch founts used in English books at this period ...
Spondee
... Chesterton, "Lepanto") White founts falling in the courts of the sun And the Soldan of Byzantium is smiling as they run The following is a possible ... The first anapaest in the first line is replaced with a spondee ("White founts," DAH-DAH) The second anapaest in the first line is replaced with a trochee (DAH-duh) ... Two short syllables are added at the beginning, and "founts" is lengthened to "fountains." These extra syllables add "filler," so that when the poem is read stress no longer naturally falls on ...