2 edition of Eclectic shorthand for general use and verbatim reporting found in the catalog.
Eclectic shorthand for general use and verbatim reporting
J. G. Cross
|Statement||by J. G. Cross, M. A.|
|LC Classifications||Z56 .C9517 1903|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||217|
|LC Control Number||03000840|
↑ Cross, J G (), Cross's eclectic short-hand: a new system, adapted both to general use and to verbatim reporting, Chicago, S.C. Griggs and Co. , OCLC ↑ Geiger, Alfred (), Stenography, or, Universal European shorthand (on Gabelsberger's principles): as already introduced in Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Russia. Copious exercises for practice under the rules of eclectic shorthand by J. G. Cross () Elements of phonetic shorthand; a complete course of lessons based on the Benn Pitman system of phonography by S. H. East () English line writing a new, simple, and exact system of phonetics by A. M. Bell () Exact phonography by G. R. Bishop (
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GENERAL USE AND VERBATIM REPORTING. CROSS, M. REVISED EDITION. CHICAGO. NEW YORK. S C O T T, F O R I PREFACE. S i n c e t h e l a s t r e v i s i o n o f the text-book o f Eclectic. Eclectic shorthand for general use and verbatim reporting, (Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Co., ), by Jesse George Cross (page images at HathiTrust) Daniel's practical shorthand, (Los Angeles, Cal.: Daniel Publishing Co., ), by Franklin M.
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Griggs and Co. , OCLC ^ Geiger, Alfred (), Stenography, or, Universal European shorthand (on Gabelsberger's principles): as already introduced in Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Russia, Greece. Eclectic short-hand writing by principles instead of arbitaray signs, for general use and verbatim reporting, Jesse George Cross,Business & Economics, pages.
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