1 edition of Extracts in the corresponding style of phonography found in the catalog.
Extracts in the corresponding style of phonography
|Statement||by Isaac Pitman. No.3.|
|Contributions||Pitman, Isaac, 1813-1897.|
Phono-Graphix for Parents Over , children have learned to read with the Phono-Graphix Reading Method! Phono-Graphix is taught in schools, homes, educational and pediatric clinics, and used by reading therapists throughout the English speaking world. Ever a student, at home as well as in school, (most of his schooling after his twelfth year was during the winter terms,) his book was his constant companion when disengaged from filial duties; and when sought by his associates, "hid up with his book" became proverbial. With the exception of one term in a High School in Ravenna, Ohio, also a.
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Excerpt from The Phonographic Instructor: Being an Introduction to the Corresponding Style of Phonography, With Engraved Illustrations It may be asked whether phonography will not be liable to subsequent alterations.
To this I reply that numerous modifications were proposed and tried by thou sands of experienced phonographers in England and the Author: James C. Booth. The "Corresponding Style." - The student whose object in learning phonography is simply to find in it a convenient and time-saving substitute for longhand in letter-writing, diarizing, personal memoranda, and the like, need give his further attention only to the faithful practise of vocalized phonography as explained in the foregoing paragraphs.
Learners are cautioned against per- tons who advertise themselves as Teachers of Phonography through the post for a fee. PRINTED IN PHONETIC SHORTHAND, From Engraved Metal Characters. EXTRACTS No. 1, in the Corresponding Style. Price Qd. EXTRACTS No.
2, in the Corresponding Style. Price Qd. EXTRACTS No. 3, in the Corresponding Style. Price Qd. The Manual of Phonography. [th Thousand.] By Benn Pitman and Jerome B. Howard. Designed for instruction in Schools, Academies, Business Colleges, etc., as well as for self-instruction, in the art of Shorthand Writing.
Define phonographic. phonographic synonyms, phonographic pronunciation, phonographic translation, English dictionary definition of phonographic. A machine that reproduces sound by means of a stylus in contact with a grooved rotating disk. pho′nograph′ic adj.
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in the library of Robert Todd, esq., Hadley Green, Barnet" See other. A Manual of Phonography; Or, Writing by Sound: a Natural Method of Writing by Signs that Represent the Sounds of Language, and Adapted to the English Language as a Complete System of Phonetic Short Hand: Author: Sir Isaac Pitman: Edition: 7: Publisher: S.
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Working Backwards: Extracts from a Poet's Notebook. The book of Psalms; printed in the easy reporting style in accordance with the Manual of phonography, (Cincinnati: Phonographic Institute, ) (page images at HathiTrust) The book of Psalms, in the corresponding style of Pitman's shorthand.
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Approach and read (for thou canst read) the lay. Graved on the stone beneath yon aged thorn. Extracts from these two works, with a preface and notes by E.
Hare, and written in the corresponding style of phonography by I. Pitman, were published at Bath in12mo. ‘An Investigation of the Properties of Thames Water,’ London,8vo. Immediately download the Phonograph summary, chapter-by-chapter analysis, book notes, essays, quotes, character descriptions, lesson plans, and more - everything you need for studying or.
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Phonography, as its name implies, is a method of writing by sound, as distinguished. The style she developed was the oratorical. Her sentences were balanced, and her thoughts enforced by repetition. What she wrote after her graduation was, in the main, written to be delivered in public address.
Her college theses represent the highest development of her style. Even as one reads them, he feels that they should be proclaimed.Full text of "The practice of typography: correct composition, a treatise on spelling, abbreviations, the compounding and division of words, the proper use of figures and numerals, italic and capital letters, notes, etc., with observations on punctuation and proof-reading" See other formats.THIS PARTICULAR PAGE CARRIES THE FOLLOWING EXCERPTS.
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