On many of the transcriptions used in this book, an acute accent is used when an apostrophe would be expected by most readers.
Page 243: "Les Prcieuses Ridicules" was printed without the acute accent.
Some, but by no means all, of 'ee' has the first 'e' marked with an acute accent.
In the combined forms the acute accent may display after (to the right of) the main letter; this by itself is not a problem.
Syllable stress is represented by an acute accent either on the main vwel or after the syllable; inconsistencies are unchanged.
The French word "mouill" appears, apparently randomly, both with and without the acute accent.
There are some less common characters with an underdot or an acute accent (ḍ ṇ ṭ Ś) in this text.
The acute accent on vowels indicates a stressed syllable, which is also raised in pitch.