10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TACHYGRAPHY»
Discover the use of tachygraphy
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to tachygraphy
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
The Secretary in the Letters of Paul
a means merely or primarily of gaining speed, by the use of either purely sema-
tographic forms, or of some method of systematically reducing the extent of
outline required for the representation of the spoken sound, a true tachygraphy.
Ernest Randolph Richards, 1991
This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923.
David Philip Lindsley, 2012
Rekindling the Word: In Search of Gospel Truth
However, interestingly enough there was a notable find of a leather manuscript in
Greek tachygraphy (still not deciphered) at Wadi Murabba'at by the Dead Sea.
This may be dated to the beginning of the second century AD (see P. Benoit, J.T.
Carsten Peter Thiede, 1995
Use was then made of the paper by John Eglington Bailey, read at the
Manchester Literary Club in 1875, "On the Cipher of Pcpys's Diary," proving that
Pepys had employed the Tachygraphy of Thomas Shelton. This led to a renewed
The Corruption of Angels: The Great Inquisition of 1245-1246
On tachygraphy, see Malcolm Beckwith Parkes, “Tachygraphy in the Middle Ages
: Writing Techniques Employed for Reportations of Lectures and Sermons,” in his
Scribes, Scripts and Readers: Studies in the Communication, Presentation and ...
The Popular Encyclopedia: Being a General Dictionary of ...
TACHYGRAPHY, or TACHEOGRAPHY. See Stenography. TACITUS, Cars
Cornelius, was descended from a plebeian branch of the celebrated Cornelian
family, and was probably born at the close of the reign of Claudius, or in the
An Introduction to Greek and Latin Palaeography
maintained that a system of brachygraphy and not one of tachygraphy is referred
to.1 A few papyri of the second and third centuries also belong to the group ; but
the most important member is a waxed book of several leaves, in the British ...
Edward Maunde Thompson, 2013
Hill's Manual of Social and Business Forms
SELF—INSTRUCTOR IN SHORT—HAND WRITING. In writing Tachygraphy the
pen should be held between the first and second fingers, and steadied by the
thumb --as shown in the cut at the beginning of this chapter—so that such signs
as I ...
Medieval Latin Palaeography: A Bibliographical Introduction
TACHYGRAPHY 1813 Costamagna, G. // sistema tachigrafico sillabico usato dai
notai medioevali italiani (sec. VIII -XI): Regole fondamentali (Genoa 1953). 1814
— . 'La tachigrafia del papiri latini medioevali italiani,' BAPI 2nd ser.
Diary of Samuel Pepys - 1660
The first is a companion book to Tachygraphy, and although in 1642 it was
published separately, usually the two works were issued as a single volume.
Pepys must have learned Shelton's shorthand from one of the several editions
Samuel Pepys, Robert Latham, William Matthews, 2000
4 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «TACHYGRAPHY»
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'Vellichor' and other wonderful English words
Susurrous: whispering or hissing. Syzygy: an alignment of celestial bodies. shorthand, Tachygraphy: shorthand writing. Vellichor: the strange wistfulness of used ... «The New Daily, May 15»
Simon Lewty Absorption: Tachygraphy Drawings At Art First
His chance discovery of Thomas Shelton's 17thC system of shorthand, 'Tachygraphy', provided him with a written surface after his own heart that was beautiful, ... «ArtLyst, Mar 13»
Dear Diary, You'll NEVER Guess What Happened Today!
It was another Magdalene scholar, Mynors Bright, who finally decipered the shorthand, based on Thomas Shelton's Tachygraphy, that Pepys had used in his ... «Booktryst, Jan 11»
ชวเลข (Shorthand): ภาษาของเลขานุการที่กำลังหายไป
... Tachygraphy) ชวเลขนั้นมีหลากหลายรูปแบบมาก ระบบชวเลขทั่วไปมักจะมีการกำหนดสัญลักษณ์หรือคำย่อเพื่อแทนคำหรือวลีธรรมดา ซึ่งช่วยให้สามารถเขียนชวเลขได้เร็วพอๆ ... «ไทยรัฐ, Dec 10»