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Straftord-on-Avon, illustrated, 404, 466.
Philadelphia Notes, 123.
War on Compound Words, 402.
The Metropolitan Stenographer, 60, 152, The Pacific Stenographer and Typewritist
327, 369, 481.
POEMS. What's my Speed, 1.
The Nymph of the Fountain, 125. On the Summit of Pike's Peak, 15.
Quizzing, 128. Pleasant Contemplation, 98.
On, Come to My Arms, 225. An Ode of Woe, 113.
Encouraging Words, 408.
PORTRAITS. Fred Irland, 2.
Isaac S. Dement, 236. John G. Bownian, 3.
Elias Longley, 270. Geo. W. Smith, 38.
Justin Gilbert, 315. John Gray, 39.
W. H. Barlow, 356. W. W. Perry, 78.
Eliza B. Burnz, 357. Edward B. Dickinson, 79.
Miss E. C. Merrill, 493. R. Wilson More, 118.
J. L. Bennett, 494. Linus Helmich, 119.
Andrew J. Graham, 436. Clayton C. Herr, 152.
Alex Downey, 439. James M. Purcell, 153.
Mrs. Stella Winslow, 440. W. W. Osgoodby, 193.
0. C. Gaston, 443. J. Clayton Youker, 235.
C. H. Strawhecker, 444.
REVIEWS. One Hundred Valuable Suggestions to Barne's Shorthand Manual, L. E. B. Shorthand Students, 22.
Barnes, 256. Complete Shorthand Manual by Day, 60. The Lady of the Lake, A. J. Graham, 256. Practical Shorthand, by Bates Torrey, The Phonographic Teacher, Isaac Pitman. 103.
287. Proceedings of Indiana State Steno- Manual of Phonography, Isaac Pitman, graphers' Association, 1889, 133.
287. Manual of Commercial Correspondence, A Complete Guide to the Improvement N. A. Barrett, 133.
of the Memory, Rev. J. H. Bacon, 287. Standard Method of Operating the Rem- Beale's Business Letters, C. C. Beale, 287.
ington Typewriter without looking at Osgoodby's Phonetic Shorthand comparthe Keys, F. I. E. Akers, 133.
ed with the Howard-Pitman, system, Prospectus of the International School of W. W. Osgoodby, 327.
Shorthand and Typewriting, London, Plain Talk, J. B. Howard, 369. 172.
The Reporting Style of Shorthand, Eldon Osgoodby's Phonetic Shorthand Manual, Moran, 369. W. W. Osgoodby, 172.
Illustrated Edition of the Vicar of WakeThe Shorthand Sign-Book, Eldon Moran, field, Isaac Pitman, 369. 173.
Marsh's New Manual of Reformed The Graham System of Shorthand as Phonetic Shorthand, C. S. Merrill, 369. Taught by J. W. Sanders, 173.
A Manual of the Typewriter, John HarriHall's “Multum in Parvo” Phonography, son, 370. A. 0. Hall, 173.
Speed Drills, S. H. East, 370. Cadmus Brittannius, John Westby-Gibson, Shorthand without Complications, A. 214.
Janes, 370. Baker's Practical Stenography, C. E. Trotadotde Estenografia International, H. Baker, 214.
Kreig. 370. Eclectic Shorthand, J. G. Cross, 215. A Natural Method of Training, Edwin Daniel's Shorthand, Wm. W. Daniels, Checkly, 370. 215.
Vowels for Reporting Style of PhonoThe Shorthand Primer, Eldon Moran, ography, Justin Gilbert, 371. 256.
Exact Phonography, Geo. R. Bishop, 132. Barnes' Business Letters, L. E. B. Barnes, The Reporter's First Reader, J. B. How
ard, 417, Memoir of Simon Bordley, John Westby. Pitman's “Fono'' Headline Shorthand Gibson, 256.
Copy Book, Isaac Pitman & Sons, 417. Phonetic Shorthand Speed-Book, part 1, Student's Shorthand Dictation Manual, W. W. Osgoodby, 256.
C. E. McKee, 417. Phonetic Shorthand Speed-Book, part 2, A Handbook for Shorthand Teachers, W. W. Osgoodby, 256.
Isaac Pitman & Sons, 417.