Geschichte und Literatur der Geschwindschreibkunst

Front Cover
G. Dietze, 1878 - Shorthand - 393 pages
0 Reviews

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Selected pages

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

Popular passages

Page 238 - Containing the Old and New Testaments, translated out of the Original Tongues, and with the former Translations diligently Compared and Revised by His Majesty's Special Command.
Page 239 - The Book of Common Prayer, and administration of the Sacraments, and other rites and ceremonies of the Church, according to the use of the United Church of England and Ireland...
Page 231 - WRITER'S POCKET GUIDE, being a New and Improved System of Stenography, whereby that art may be acquired in a few hours, without the aid of a teacher.
Page 231 - 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 219 - Stationers' hall. 28 pp. Practical exercises on the contracted outlines. Hinton, E. Stenography or nn easy system of shorthand upon mathematical and mechanical principles (taking the systems of Lewis and Richardson as its basis) by which the greatest expedition in writing is completely effected, with a positive certainty of reading the notes at any distance of time and a regular plan laid down for studying the work without the assistance of a master. By E. Hinton, late of Trinity Hall, Cambridge,...
Page 223 - Logography, or Universal Writing of Speech; and Musicography, or Symbolical Writing of Music: With a Short-hand for both.
Page 206 - Characters are as analogous to each, other as the Sounds they represent; Also their Conveniency for Joining is commensurate, to the Frequency of their use; the number of ascending and descending Lines are duly Proportioned to each other; and the rules for writing and contracting are few, plain and familiar: To which is Annexed, a Shorthand Character for expressing Musical or Inarticulate Sounds , without the use of ruled Lines, By William Holdsworth and William Aldridge.
Page 219 - Norwalk, O. 1883. 16pp. 50 cents. Practice words for shorthand students, (Scovil system,) by JF Laning, Norwalk, O. Price 50 cents. ( 1883. ) 38 pp. The reporter's guide to phrasing. [In preparation. ] Latham, Charles. An attempt to remodel the art of stenography on new and more primitive principles than the systems now in use. By Charles Latham.
Page 189 - Shorthand, extracted from lectures delivered at different periods by the author ; comprehending an impartial and critical examination of the various systems down to the present time, illustrated with numerous examples of their comparative excellence and defects ; also the true date and title of each system, accompanied with its respective alphabet.
Page 197 - Tachygraphy. The most Exact and Compendious Method of Short and Swift Writing. that hath ever yet been published by any.

Bibliographic information