The vowel is elided in some cases, and coalesces with another vowel in others.
The -e in fairest-e is not elided; neither is the -e in wist-e in l. 745.
The final e in fled-de is not elided, owing to the pause after it.
But even in the matter of elided consonants American is not always the conservator.
At times a vowel is elided; or rather but faintly touched by the voice.