Sifting through the textual evidence: Linguistic variation in 17th century Amsterdam. Mike Olson University of Wisconsin-Madison. Introduction. Text types used for linguistic evidence can affect how we view language use in the past Formal texts: more standardized and less like spoken
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Sifting through the textual evidence: Linguistic variation in 17th century Amsterdam
University of Wisconsin-Madison
 The digitized version in the DBNL: http://www.dbnl.nl/tekst/hoof001nede01_01/
 Letter numbers: 5, 17, 44, 46, 47, 48, 49, 51