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Summary

From the 1897 book Eclectic Shorthand by Cross. Scanned by Marlow4 and placed in public domain.

It is the Lord's Prayer in English.

It shows shorthand methods of :

  • John Robert Gregg (1866 – 1948)
  • Isaac Pitman (1813 — 1897)
  • Graham
  • James Eugene Munson (1835 — 1906)
  • Lindsley
  • Helen M. Pernin (author of Universal phonography in ten lessons)
  • Cross (eclectic)

History

This file is imported from Wikipedia EN. Old history :

  • 15:32, 6 August 2005 . . Kilobytezero (114817 bytes) : I resized the Gregg text to fit the rule of the other systems, which is 34.667 px per line. It seems that no matter how much I conform the Gregg to the geometric systems, Gregg always winds up looking so out of place.
  • 06:33, 6 August 2005 . . Kilobytezero (115609 bytes) : I made and added the Gregg version of this prayer. The original contents are from the 1894 book Eclectic Shorthand by Cross, scanned by Marlow4, and placed in public domain.
  • 19:15, 12 June 2005 . . Marlow4 (570634 bytes) : From the 1894 book "Eclectic Shorthand" by Cross. Scanned by me and placed in public domain.

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