The Art of Short-Hand Writing: Compiled from the Latest European Publications, with Sundry Improvements, Adapted to the Present State of Literature in the United States (Classic Reprint)
Fb&c Limited, Jan 9, 2017 - 82 pages
Excerpt from The Art of Short-Hand Writing: Compiled From the Latest European Publications, With Sundry Improvements, Adapted to the Present State of Literature in the United States
As a proof of this posrtton, to a most satisfactory extent, let us look the 26 letters of our common English alphabet. We all know, that wr these few signs may be recorded the language of a thousand tongues for thousand ages: nor would the object be at all faerlttated were the signs hundred, or as many thousands, though the modes of expression are t yond all human computation.
It rs also a fact of notoriety and philosophic interest, that our alphabet signs are now employed no common by the inhabitants of England, Franc Spam, Italy, and many other countrtes.
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