Catalog Record: A B C universal commercial telegraphic code, specially adapted for the use of shipowners, bankers, merchants, brokers, underwriters, solicitors, engineers, forwarding agents, and tourists, etc., and as a general code suitable for everyone. Multum in parvo | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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A B C universal commercial telegraphic code, specially adapted for the use of shipowners, bankers, merchants, brokers, underwriters, solicitors, engineers, forwarding agents, and tourists, etc., and as a general code suitable for everyone. Multum in parvo. Simplicity and economy palpable, secrecy absolute. An up-to-date work containing five-letter difference; a terminal index of the codewords with at least a two-letter difference; a terminal index of the codewords is included at the end of the code. Proprietors: E. M. M. Clauson-Thue, F. C. E. Faulkner (successors of the late W. Clauson-Thue, F. R. G. S.)

Main Author: Clauson-Thue, William, 1834-1907.
Other Authors: Droege, William. , Faulkner, Florence Charlotte Elizabeth. , Clauson-Thue, E. M. M.
Language(s): English
Published: London, E. Fisher & co., limited; 1920.
Edition: 6th ed.,
Subjects: Cipher and telegraph codes.
Physical Description: x. 1386 p. . 1., exlvi p. front. (fold. map) pl. 25 cm.
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