Palmer's Expert Reporter; Designed to Accompany Palmer's New Manual of Shorthand. Containing a Complete Exposition of the Art of Verbatim Reporting

Palmer's Expert Reporter; Designed to Accompany Palmer's New Manual of Shorthand. Containing a Complete Exposition of the Art of Verbatim Reporting

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1898 edition. Excerpt: ...4. I find, in his system of shorthand, many valuable improvements, which I think you will readily adopt. 1 5. In some instances, I have known them to yield to his extravagant demands in a surprising manner. 6. I will endeavor in some way to see him, in order to satisfy you about the matter before you leave the city. 7. In order to understand this matter more clearly, I think you should read what he has to say in his description of these savages. 8. In order that you may receive the goods promptly, I will bring them to you myself early to-morrow. 9. He is satisfied in his mind, that in some cases, mistakes are made and noi reported. 10. He did the work in his systematic manner, and then left the city in order to accommodate his brother. MAY BE. 44. May Be is represented in phraseography by the sign mi. See lines i to 4, opposite page. 1. May be accepted, May be as well, May be certain, May be as certain, May be required, May be made. 2. May be left, May be referred, May be more than, May be (a) matter (of) importance, May be you will. 3. May be you are, May be you will think, May be you must, May be you can, May be you should, May be you should not 4. It may be ready, It may be right, It may be wrong, It may be certain, It may be as well, You may be. 45. The initial zo-hook written to this stroke represents We. See lines 5 to 7, opposite page. This, however, is only used in phraseography. 5. We may be assured, We may be certain, We may be sure, We may be sorry, We may be glad, We may be very sorry, We may be there. 6. We may be required, We may be mistaken, We may be made responsible, We may be last-lost, We may be inclined. 7. If we may be permitted, If we may be allowed, For we may be right, For we may be sorry, For we may be sent. THE...show more

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  • Paperback | 30 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 73g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236614194
  • 9781236614193