Apostrophes in plurals of nouns ending in s.
The Works of Joseph Addison, Vol , London 1721 GB
And a case of belt and braces?
A few more for species's, and a couple of genus's.
Apostrophes in plurals of words ending in vowels
Shakespeare - The First Folio
Henry IV Part 2, 2:4
Henry IV Part 2, 3:2
And teach Lavolta's high, and swift Carranto's,
Henry V, 3:5
- Bona-roba - literally 'good stuff', here apparently 'A showy wanton; a courtesan'.
- The Lavolta (La volta) and carranto were dances.
Banana's and potato's etc
Of virago's, opera's, virtuoso's and idea's
Joseph Addison and apostrophes in past participles
The Examiner, Joseph Addison, London 1710 GB