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THE

PHONETIC JOURNAL,

FOR THE YEAR

1888.

Pitman's Journal

VOLUME 47.

LONDON :
ISAAC PITMAN & SONS, 1 AMEN CORNER, PATERNOSTER ROW, E.C.

BATH: PHONETIC INSTITUTE.

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HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY

HARVARD

Printed by Isaac PITMAN & Sons, Phonetic Institute, Kingston buildings, Bath.

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Adaptation of Phonography to Mala- | Ion Keith-Falconer, 262, 411, 430 . Phonographic Associations, 454. Shorthand as an employment for
gasy, 386, 460
Isaac Pitman, 22

Phonographic Association for Lon- girls, 376
Address to readers, I
James Elphinstone and Orthographic don, 339

Shorthand clerks, 95
Addy's bible, 124, 146

“Propriety," 406, 471, 519.

Phonographic collaboration, 145 Shorthand Congress, Echoes of the, 2,
Advice on sermon reporting, 505 John Bright on public speaking, 518 Phonographic peer, the first, 314, 338 14, 26, 38, 51, 62, 75, 88, 99, 135, 147,
Advice to teachers, 433, 4,46
Jobn Bunyan discovery, 254

Phonography adapted to Italian, 2301 158, 170, 206, 218, 230, 244, 278, 310,
Amateur reporting competition, 98 John Hart, “ Chester Herald," Phonography adapted to Malagasy, 340, 351, 370, 382, 408, 418
American gold medal, 118
John Morphew, reporter and book 386, 460

Shorthand Congress, the next, 493
Ancient and mediæval shorthand, 242_seller, 171

Phonography and the natural sci- Shorthand devices, 478
Arbitration instead of war, 160 Joseph Webster, 86

Shorthand for business letters, 508
Art of condensing, 205

Jottings from Australasia, 130, 254, Phonography and the School Board Shorthand for general use, 85
Before a Chancery examiner, 363

Chronicle, 40

Shorthand for printers, 133, 134
Before the Vacation judge, 442 Journalism, 74

Phonography as an aid to authorship, Shorthand for private secretaries, 241
Besánt on journalism and shorthand, Journalism at Cornell University, 532 193

Shorthand for women, 97
Journalism, the romance of, 471 Phonography as a fine art, 349 Shorthand in Australasia, 130, 254,
Bibliography of shorthand, 250 Learning shorthand, 46

| Phonography, a schoolmaster's views 562
Biographies of words, 406
Legibility of Phonography, 208

on, 63

Shorthand in Bulgaria and Japan, 291
Books as tools, 447

Lessons on the Type-writer, 16, 58, Phonography at the Aberdeen In- Shorthand Society and Phonogra-
Cassell's National Library, 218
183, 195, 214, 226, 280, 303, 322, 334
dustrial Exhibition, 274

phy, 320, 338, 361, 398
Clergyman and the reporter, 505

346, 358
Phonography for teachers, 146

Shorthand, Society of Arts examina-
Clerks' Journal, a, 262

| Liability for shorthand notes, 82 Phonography from a financial poi tion in, 106, 121
Colonel Gouraud on the Phonograph | London Phonographic Association of view, 206

Shorthand systems, some early, 398,
and the shorthand writer, 457, 541 a, 339

Phonography in Aberdeen, 123

422
Commercial certificates, 602

London School Board and shorthand, Phonography in College, 193 Shorthand, the growth of, 375 [64
Competitive examination craze, 553 555

Phonography in Madagascar, 460 Sir John Cheke and Spelling Reform,
Concerning smoking parsons, 238 Longhand contractions, 27

Phonography in the U.S., 274

Slips in reporting, 350
Condensing, 205

| Manual of Italian Phonography, 230 Phonography the recognized English Sloan-Duployan shorthand, 214
Congress, the next Shorthand, 493 * Manual of Phonography," sylla- shortband, 335

Sloan-Duployan shorthand, af
Correspondence in shorthand, 25

bus of lessons on, 507

Phonotypy saves time in teaching, more words about, 315, 327
Cramming, some useful, 337
M. Blowitz on the Times, 406

110

Sloan's “ Review of Phonography,"
Cryptography and shorthand, 61 Mending speeches, 325

Phrase book, exercises on, 10, 106, a reply to, 265
Curiosities of periodical literature, Miscellaneous knowledge, 448

124, 142, 159, 178

Smoking parsons, 238
Modern shorthand writing, 370 "Pickwick Papers" in Phonography, Society of Arts examination in short-
Death of John Eglington Bailey, Monopoly or free trade in shorthand?

hand, 106, 121
435, 580

196
Poetry-

Some early' shorthand systems, 398,
Death of Mr James Clark, 112 Musical profession, the, 394

Bank Holiday, 304

422
Diaries in shorthand, 13
My first reporting engagement, 568

In Bath Abbey, 490

Some notes on the history of writing,
Diffusion of shurtband, 37

National Phonographic Library, 419 Let not thy heart be troubled, 514 541
Diphthong wei ard sw circl
Neglected field for shorthand, 109 Life's phases, 442

Some reporters' blunders, 238
Does shorthand pay, 529

New members of the Phonetic So Shakspere, actor and poet, 431 Specch-recorders and shorthand, 457
Duployé's system judged by some of ciety, 12, 24, 36, 48, 60, 72, 84, 96, The morn, 412

Speed Certificates, 12, 24, 36, 72, 108
its supporters, 347
108, 120, 132, 144, 156, 168, 180, 192, Thought on sunset, 484

180, 120, 192, 204, 216, 228, 240, 252,
Early history of Phonography, 94 204, 216, 228, 240, 252, 264, 276, 288, To Germany, 154

264, 276, 300, 336, 348, 384, 444, 492,
Early shorthand advertisements, 4101 300, 312, 324, 336, 348, 360, 372, 384, Preachers and note-takers, 301

516, 540, 564, 612
Early shorthand systems, 398

408, 420, 432, 444, 456, 408, 480, 492, 1 Printers and shorthand, 133, 134 Speed in reporting, 250
Echoes of the Congress, 2, 14, 26, 38, 504, 516, 528, 540, 552, 564, 576, 588, Private secretaries and shorthand, Spelling and pronunciation, 301
51, 62, 75, 88, 99, 135, 147, 158, 170, 599, 612

241

Spelling Reform, 239, 256, 352, 434,
206, 218, 230, 244, 278, 310, 340, 351, Next Shorthand Congress, 493 Privileged reports, 604

459, 586
370, 382, 408, 418
Newspaper publicity, 565

Qualifications of a shorthand clerk, Spelling Reform and elementary
Economy in education, 458
Obituary-

95, 253

teachers, 34
Education for the people, 409
J. Eglington Bailey, 435, 580 Rapid shorthand writing, 388

Spelling Reform in France, 374, 580
Elementary education, reform in, 277 Mr James Clark, 112

Rch and rj, old sign discontinued, 592 Spelling Reform in the 16th century,
Elementary education, royal com- Obstacles to peace, 538

Reading aloud, 601
mission on, 421

Official recognition of Phonotypy, 507 Reform in elementary education, 277 | Syllabus of lessons on the “Phono
English composition, shorthand as One language, one shorthand, 373; Reply to Sloan's “ Řeview of Pho- | graphic Teacher," 286
a belp to, 289
Order of the consonants in the Pho nography," 205

Syllabus of lessons on the “Man-
English orthography, 543

nographic Alphabet, 424

Reporters as shorthand teachers, 73|ual of Phonography," 507
Employment for girls, 376
Our mother tongue, 568
Reporters difficulties, 445

“Teacher," syllabus of lessons on,
English newspapers, 483, 550, 556, Oxford local examinations, 386 Reporting hints and practice, 470,

286
610, 613
« Oxford" shorthand, 160

482, 494, 506, 518, 530, 542, 554, 566, | Teaching phonetics, 242
Evercirculators, 169
Paid postal teaching, 286

578, 590, 610

Teaching reading and writing, Iro
Exercise on the Phrase-book, 10, 106, Paragraphs-.

Reporting in 1709, 171

Teaching reading by phonetics, 292
124, 142, 159, 178
Cannon to shoot twelve miles, 508 | Reporting Mr Spurgeon, 460, 484

" Thankful Blossom," 419
Exposure of Script Phonography, 555 Canon Bowles, 182

Reporting public meetings, 494,506. Times, M. Blowitz on, 406
Facts, fallacies and fictions of Sloan's English as she is wrote--in winter, Resemblance between Bath and | Tick h, and first place vowel, 256, 276
pamphlet, 298

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Jerusalem, 442

To our readers, I
Few more words about Sloan-Du Friends, friendship and books, 172 Review of “Script Phonography," | To unprejudiced phonographers, 408
ployan shorthand, 315, 327
Music, 322

290, 424

** Transactions" of the I.S.C., 121
First phonographic peer, 314, 338

Returned cannon ball,
Right use of words, 517

Type-writer, general lessons on, 16,
George Dawson and shorthand, 49 Rider Haggard on novel writing, Romance of journalism, 471

58, 183, 195, 214, 226, 280, 303, 322,
Globe and Spelling Reform, 592

172

Royal commission on elementary 334, 346, 358, 396
Gold medal competition, 98

Volapük, 46

education, 421

Type-writing, a remunerative em-
Good clerks hard to find, 410
War correspondents' memorial, 304 Saving the minutes, 385

ployment, 598
Growth of shorthand, 375

Why birds sing, 520

Schoolmaster's views on Phonogra Universal language, 214, 446
Hand-writing, illegib , 397
Paragraph writing, 482

phy, 63

Universities and shorthand, 469
Hazell's " Annual Cyclopedia," 154 Parliament and its reporters, 567, "Script Phonography,” 290, 424 Useful cramming, 337
Hints on getting up speed, 217

579, 590

“Script Phonography," exposure of, Value of a good clerk, 410
Hints to young reporters, 470
Parliamentary reporting, 387

555

Vowel in serf and surf, '566
History of writing, 541
Penny-a-liners, 171

Serf and surf, pronunciation of, 566 Warrant for John "Bunyan's im-
* Home Teacher," the, 520
| Periodical literature, curiosities of, Sermon reporting, 50

prisonment, 254
How I use Phonography on my holi- 157

Shorthand, 394

Welsh orthography phonetic, 74
days, 531
Phantasy, a, 454

Shorthand advertisements, early, 410 | Welsh Phonetic Society, 348
How to do it, (Spelling Reform)481
Phonetic Society, new members of

“ Whatsoever things are true,"592
H tick and first place vowel, 256, 2761 12, 24, 36, 48, 60, 72, 84, 96, 108, 120, Shorthand and education, 404

What the diffusion of shorthand
Illexible handwriting, 397

132, 144, 156, 168, 180, 192, 204, 216, Shortband and English composition, means, 37
Incompetent shorthand writers, 577 | 228, 240, 252, 264, 276, 288, 300, 312, 289

Who is to pay for it? 529
Individual ty in shorthand, 589

324, 336, 348, 360, 372, 384, 396, 408, Shorthand and its relation to educa- / Winter campaign, the, 433
Influence of shorthand on business 420, 432, 444, 456, 468, 480, 492, 504, tion, 469

" Wirt” fountain pen, 220
uen, 229

516, 528, 540, 552, 564, 576, 588, 599, Shorthand and Spelling Reform, 178 Words and their biographies, 406
International Shorthand Congress, 612, 618

Shorthand and summer recreations. Words, the right use of, 517
** Transactions" of, 121
Phonographic alphabet, order of con-

- 313.

(531 | Writing, some notes on the history
Invalid phonographer, 178

sonants in, 424

| Shorthand and the Type-writer, 5130 of, 541

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