The "misspellings" are a result of the fluid nature of the English written language, and its script forms, through the 18th century.
- The word "insure" is used instead of the modern variant ensure.
- The word "defence" still used the British English spelling (later US defense)
- The word "blessings" uses the prominent "Ss" calligraphic form.
We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.
none. well back then there was no mistake, the word's spelling has shifted. But i believe British was mis-spelled they spelled it as Brittish.
In the Constitution they spelled the word Pennsylvania wrong at the bottom of the document. In the document it is spelled Pensylvania. actually wrong is spelled wrong so the answer is wrong
The word used, as an example, in the Declaration of Independence is: Unalienable.
The Declaration of Independence is only one page in length.
The reason the Declaration of Independence as well as the Articles of Confederation and the U.S. Constitution do not speak of a Democracy is due to the fact that the United States of America is not a Democracy. It is in fact a Republic. This is not explained well in school or in the media, but it is the fact.
The word "freedom" is missing from the Declaration of Independence.
wrong(incorrectly) To be more clear the word wrong is spelled correctly
The word is 'wrong'. Wrong is right if spelt wrong and if wrong is spelt right it is still wrong
The word 'liberty' appears once in the United States Declaration of Independence. The declaration was ratified on July 4, 1776.
Many of us know about the Declaration of Independence.
On the Declaration of Independance, Pennsylvania is spelled with only one n, instead of the two we use today. It wasn't necessarily spelled wrong but they spelled it different back then. I've seen the Declaration in person. It's an amazing document.
he wanted to let the British know all the people in the thirteen colonies wanted independence. PS: do your own homework PPS It's spelled "Declaration".
I read a book on the declaration of independence!
The word wrong means not write I assume the answer is because people say its wrong