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by Peter Bales

  • ISBN: 9022104265
  • Category: Reference
  • Author: Peter Bales
  • Other formats: lrf doc lit mbr
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: De Capo Press (June 1, 1972)
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The arte of brachygraphie: that is, to write as fast as a man speaketh. The arte of brachygraphie: that is, to write as fast as a man speaketh.

It was first introduced into this country by Peter Bales, who, in 1590, published The Writing Schoolmaster, a treatise consisting of three parts, the first "of Brachygraphie, that is, to write as fast as a man speaketh.

It was first introduced into this country by Peter Bales, who, in 1590, published The Writing Schoolmaster, a treatise consisting of three parts, the first "of Brachygraphie, that is, to write as fast as a man speaketh treatably, writing but one letter for a word;" the second, of Orthography; and the third of Calligraphy. Imprinted at London, by T. Orwin, &c. 1590, 4to. Various - Character Writings of the 17th Century. First Previous 1 Next Last.

Peter Bales, The Writing Schoolemaster: Conteining Three Bookes in One . The First Booke, Entituled; The Arte of Brachygraphie: That Is, to Write as Fast as a Man Speaketh Treatably, Writing but One Letter for a Word.

Peter Bales, The Writing Schoolemaster: Conteining Three Bookes in One; The First, Teaching Swift Writing; The Second, True Writing; The Third, Faire Writing. 1 eBLJ 2008, Article 5.

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Many French words were introduced and the spelling of many English words changed to follow French patterns. The result was a rich and irregular mix of spellings. The printing press was invented in the 15th century. They often paid little attention to how English words were spelled. Sometimes technical decisions were made to give columns of print straight edges. To do this, letters were taken off the ends of words and sometimes added to words

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Download books for free. Drawing upon a wealth of material from sources as varied as Aristotle and Life magazine, Dr. Flesch shows us how we can write more simply and effectively. His famous Readability Formula, devised specially for this book, explains how to analyze writing for its clarity and interest

This book represents letter writing through historical reference in a very nice way. The different historical figures that are mentioned made me want to read on and on. I hope she would write another book on letter writing.

This book represents letter writing through historical reference in a very nice way. I was disappointed in this book as it was not helpful in letter- writing or the history of letter-writing. Very shallow and dull.



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