A History of Shorthand

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I. Pitman & sons, 1891 - Shorthand - 192 pages
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Page 24 - This is the Condemnation — that Light is come into the World, but men love darkness rather than light; because their deeds are evil.
Page 41 - The universal English shorthand; or, the way of writing English, in the most easy, concise, regular, and beautiful manner, applicable to any other language, but particularly adjusted to our own.
Page 99 - Short-Hand. With Phrases and Exercises, to gain facility in the use of all the characters, by which perfection may soon be attained. Complete price 2d. Phrenology. Explained and Exemplified. Complete, price 2d. Bookkeeping. By Single Entry, with explanations of Subsidiary Books, being a useful system for the Wholesale and Retail Shopkeeper.
Page 38 - ... style. 1872. 25 cents. Alphabet (The) of reason : being an essay toward constructing a plan to facilitate the art of swift writing, commonly called short-hand ; upon rational principles. London, printed for the author : and sold by T. Becket and PA De Hondt, in the Strand ; C.
Page 34 - Angell, John. Stenography; or, shorthand improved : being the most compendious, lineal, and easy method hitherto extant. The persons, moods, tenses & particles which most frequently occur, are adapted to join with ease & accuracy at pleasure : the rules are laid down with such propriety, consistence, and perspicuity, that the practitioner will need no other assistance.
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Page 80 - A Complete Guide to the Art of Shorthand Writing, being an entirely new and comprehensive system of representing the elementary sounds of language, in stenographic characters ; founded upon the most simple and unerring principles, never before taught or practised in this country ; and now published for the use of schools and private tuition. By Thomas Towndrow.
Page 63 - ... legible writing, based on the simplest elements and principles of longhand ; designed for the use of correspondents, merchants, book-keepers, clerks and business people generally. By WA Nichols. Cincinnati, Ohio: engraved and printed by Strobridge & Co., for the author. 1879. 24 pp. Nicholson, George. Stenography; or a new system of short-hand; included in a single page, and illustrated by eleven engravings. Printed and sold by George Nicholson, Poughnill, near Ludlow. Sold also, in London, by...

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