A Shorter Course in Munson Phonography; Containing a Complete Exposition of the Author's System of Shorthand, with All the Latest Improvements, Adapted for the Use of Schools

A Shorter Course in Munson Phonography; Containing a Complete Exposition of the Author's System of Shorthand, with All the Latest Improvements, Adapted for the Use of Schools

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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. 1914 edition. Excerpt: ...pint pot. and the cut hurt him so badly that he-had a fit which he did-not get over until midnight. Albert Pratt and Alfred Piatt went to-see4 Robert and Richard Egbert in Kentucky in October. Hubert Hubbard played the part-oi Hamlet at-the Detroit Theatre the-other night. I-do-not-think that Leander Winter the inventor will ever attempt to hinder, delay, or defraud any creditor out-of his hard earned money. A terrible wind blew down the tent and-the thunder and lightning so frightened the crowd that-the meeting broke up and all went home for shelter, and did-not venture out again until Fridayafternoon. Mr. Hunt, the wonderful hunter of Huntington, wen: hunting Monday-afternoon and for a wonder killed one old hen, thinking he-had shot a partridge (Pit-). The young and tender children of Mr. Pindar now go to kindergarten (G-iPt-N) and-will remain-there hereafter;--they ought to-have gone-there before. 277. Two Sizes of Circles and Loops.--There are two sizes of circles and two of loops used in Phonography, being called respectively "Small Circle," "Large Circle," "Small Loop," and " Large Loop" f SMALL CIRCLE ON SIMPLE STEMS. C I t i fc c r c J D 278. Circle for "S" or " Z."--A small circle joined at the finish of any stem adds either s or z. Joined at the beginning of a stem it adds f but not z. On straight stems that are struck downward, as Chay, Tee, Pee, etc., it is turned on the right side. On straight stems that are struck right-ward, as Kay, Gay, Ree, it is turned on the upper side. On curved stems it is turned on the inner side. It may also be turned on the inside of any hook; and is then made slightly elongated lengthwise of the hook. Examples: A JL. i chose side source debts...
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  • Paperback | 46 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 100g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236625048
  • 9781236625045