It is difficult to set the "illegibility threshhold" in an exact and reproducible way, but some of the letters below, though they were all captured correctly--in the sense the printer's intentions were accurately captured--seem to us to be illegible. If a letter really is illegible, do not be afraid to capture it as such.
|Hugh Peters,||Damaged letters ("Pet") well captured.|
|Archbishop||Damaged letters ("r" and "i") well captured.|
|effe|ctual||"a" almost entirely missing in original; space and two dots remaining are consistent with the "a" that was supplied, but safer to capture as "$"|
|service||Damaged "e"s well captured. Initial letter (captured as "s") almost entirely missing. Probably was originally a capital "S" but impossible to be sure from surviving single dot. Better captured as "$".|
|he procured||Damaged but unambiguous letter "h" well captured, but "r" is completely missing in original. Should be captured as "$".|
|Endeavours||Damaged and somewhat ambiguous letter "r" well captured (though "$" would have been safer), but "o" is virtually completely missing in original. Should be captured as "$".|
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Several letters damaged, all correctly captured, but at least the second "r" of "where|fore" would more safely have been captured as "$".