While I can muddle through the spelling differences, some of the printing conventions of Early Modern English were less obvious. These are some of the things I encountered while thumbing through The 1560 Geneva Bible.
|s, ſ||The same letter. s always used at the end of a word.|
|i, j||The same letter.|
|u, v||The same letter. v at the start of a word, u otherwise.|
An m or n ligature. (The actual printed character is a little closer to an n; the tilde is an approximation.)
Ex: “cõmãded” is “commanded”
Ex: “thrô” is “through”
|yͤ||thee; you (the)|