Court Appeals State New York

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1901 edition. Excerpt: ..." is filled in again, so that it is ran together; and the "o" in "allowed" is very thin; and the "o" in "to" is almost like a closely written " v "; the "o" in "or" is much fuller than any of the others; and the "o" in "to," next to the last line, first page, quite tall and thinner than normal; I said the "o" in "or "; and then we come to the one that you pointed out in 301c "official," and the "o" in "of"; it is hardly an "o" at all; it is not closed; if you want to go on, we cango on to the second page of that exhibit; the first line on the second page there is no "o "; and the next " o" is in the word "thought," which is very thin and small; and we come to the word "for" in the next line; the "O. K." is a very good "o," but it is a capital; it is well proportioned; I come next to the "o " in "for," it is open in the top and thin, and hardly any attempt to close it at the top; and the "o" in "Cornish " is very, very thin there; and the "o" in "out" is well proportioned, and the "o" in "show" is very thin; the different kinds of "o" that I find there are not innumerable; in that one letter, I cannot find almost any sort of " o " that 1 want to, if I were going to compare the shapes of " o "s and determine identity; his habit, jndging from this exhibit--and it is a fnir one to compare with the other exhibits--is to make the "o" thin; he makes it both open and closed, but the habit is tall 3020 jmd thin, more

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  • Paperback | 422 pages
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 9781236792082