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Aesop's Fables in Words of One Syllable.
(Phonetic InstituteSir Isaac Pitman and Sons, 1900)
A curiosity to go along with Gregg (1919/30) and French stenography (1875?). Thirty-seven fables without illustration follow a T of C. The cover has come loose from the body of this quaint little book.
Aesop's Fables in Words of One Syllable Printed in the Learners' Style of Phonography, or Phonetic Shorthand
(Fred PitmanIsaac Pitman & Sons, 1886)
A handy little paperbound booklet comprising thirty-seven fables done, apparently, in straightforward fashion. I tried comparing the book with my 1919/30 Graded Readings in Gregg Shorthand, but I could find only one common ...