The universal dictation course of New Standard shorthand, made up of business letters from twenty-six different businesses, together with legal papers, depositions, and testimony from civil and criminal cases. Arranged with complete vocabulary of words and phrases (with proper shorthand outlines) preceding each collection or business, to be practised before taking dictation in that business, by W.L. Musick, and adapted to any of the Pitmanic systems. A method of instruction especially prepared for shorthand schools, academies, colleges and private study.
|Main Author:||Musick, William Leslie, 1860-|
|Other Authors:||Gregg, John Robert, 1867-1948.|
Springfield, Mo. : W.L. Musick, [c1897]
> Exercises for dictation.
With his Combination shorthand dictionary and reader. St Louis, Mo. [c1903]
xi, 201 p.
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