Talks With Shorthand Students: A Series of Chatty Explanations of the Principles of Pitman's Shorthand (Classic Reprint)

Talks With Shorthand Students: A Series of Chatty Explanations of the Principles of Pitman's Shorthand (Classic Reprint)

by James Hynes
     
 

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As the result of enquiries and suggestions from various quarters, the Publishers have decided to issue this series of "Talks" in book form. They are intended to supply the student with an explanation of the principles of Pitman's Shorthand

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Excerpt from Talks With Shorthand Students: A Series of Chatty Explanations of the Principles of Pitman's Shorthand

As the result of enquiries and suggestions from various quarters, the Publishers have decided to issue this series of "Talks" in book form. They are intended to supply the student with an explanation of the principles of Pitman's Shorthand presented in an easy, familiar style, and designed to help him to a mastery of the Art. The "Talks" originally appeared in the pages of "Pitman's Shorthand Weekly." This will account for the extremely chatty, colloquial style adopted by the author. The articles were very much appreciated by readers of the journal in which they were first printed, and it is hoped that in their more permanent form they will prove equally helpful, not only to those students who are unable to avail themselves of the assistance of a teacher, but also to those who are in regular attendance at a Shorthand class.

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ISBN-13:
9781332203154
Publisher:
FB &c Ltd
Publication date:
08/05/2015
Pages:
126
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.27(d)

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