Rules for Representing Vowels and a Table of Arbitrary Characters from Gurney's Brachygraphy manual

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Title

Rules for Representing Vowels and a Table of Arbitrary Characters from Gurney's Brachygraphy manual

Subject

brachygraphy
manuals (instructional materials)
Gurney

Description

A description of how to represent vowels in the Brachygraphy shorthand system, as well as a list of arbitrary characters that begin with upper or lower case letters

Creator

Gurney, Thomas
Gurney, Joseph
Gurney, William Brodie

Source

Brachygraphy, or, an Easy and Compendious System of Shorthand, Sixteenth Edition (London: Saunders and Benning, 1835), private collection

Publisher

Saunders and Benning

Date

1835

Rights

You may use this image in accordance with the license https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/mark/1.0/

Format

image/jpg

Language

English
Brachygraphy shorthand

Identifier

BrachygraphyVowelsArbitraryCharacters

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Original Format

manuals (instructional materials)

Files

A page from a book. The paper shows age staining. On the page is a printed box divided in two halves horizontally. Above the box is the number two in brackets. The top box is titled 'Of the Vowels'. In it is writing in English and intermittent Brachygraphy characters. The bottom box is titled 'Arbitrary Characters' and contains two narrow columns of brachygraphy characters and their meanings in wider columns next to each. There are faint pencil markings in the top margin of Brachygraphy characters.

Collection

Citation

Gurney, Thomas, Gurney, Joseph, and Gurney, William Brodie, “Rules for Representing Vowels and a Table of Arbitrary Characters from Gurney's Brachygraphy manual,” The Dickens Code, accessed June 21, 2024, https://dickenscode.omeka.net/items/show/62.

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