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rįy

rdr

redder 1, ruder 2, ruddier 3 rfi

revelation 1, revolution 2, revulsion 3 rfr

refer-ence 1, revere-nce 3 rfrl

referential 1, reverential 3

regency 2, urgency 3
rj

argent i, regent 2, urgent 3
rpl repel-pulse I, repeal 2, reply 3
rpllion repulsion 1, repletion 3
rption repetition i, eruption 2, reputation 3
snk

sank 1, sink 2, sunk 3
sfr

serer I, suffer 3
sd under situated 1, stated 2, stood 3
s tion under situation 1, station 2
shl

social 1, usual 3
sp

spirit 1, support 3
stgl straggle 1, struggle 3
srfs

service 1, surface 2, surveys 3
tk

take 1, took 2, talk 3 tch

teach 2, touch 3 thk

thank 1, think 2 thr

they are 1, there, their 2, other 3 ths

this 1, thus 3 tous

at us 1, tremendous 2, to us 3

which may not i, woman 2, women 3
WKm workman 1, workmen 2
wkm (three characters) working man 1, working

men 2
WNdr wander 1, wonder 3
shidr shareholder 1, shoulder 3
shk

shake 1, shock 3

wmn

an

PARASES. The use of outlines representing phrases belongs to advanced stage of shorthand writing. The importance of phrase-outlines cannot be overrated, and there is, practically, no limit to their employment. An alphabet so complete as that given in this work, with the peculiar facility of joining possessed by TAYLOR's characters, lends itself in an unequalled manner to this development of the art. A phrase-outline may often be composed of the first character of each word of a phrase ; in other cases a leading character of a word may be chosen. The chief thing to aim at is, that the outline should be distinctive; h*mg

and it should not resemble a word which could take the place of the phrase in the sentence. Many phrases of courtesy used in Parliament, &c., are omitted here, because the student may compose them for himself, bearing in mind hat m stands for my” or “member," 1 for “learned,” n for “noble,” f for friend,” g for “gallant,” j for “gentleman” or “gentlemen," h for “honorable," r for “right," b for “baronet.” Thus,“ my learned friend,” mlf; “my noble friend," mnf; “the right hon. baronet,” rhb; "the hon. and gallant member,” hgm ; "hon. gentleman,” hj ; &c. Royal Family

ryf
Her Majesty

h*m
Her Majesty's Government
Her Majesty's Ministers

h*mstrs
Houses of Parliament

hSp House of Parliament

hsp House of Lords

hsl House of Commons

hkn Prime Minister

pmstr
Lord Chancellor

Irch
Chancellor of the Exchequer

chx
Home Secretary

hmk Foreign Secretary

frsk Colonial Secretary,

klsk Postmaster-General

pmj Solicitor-General

slj noble earl

nbl noble lord

nbld member-s of Parliament

m*p Local Government Board

lgb Board of Trade

brtrd local board

Ikb highway board

hwb county government

kng county administration

knmstr local administration

Ikmstr local taxation

Iklx town council

tn sl
watch committee

wch tee
general purposes committee
highways committee
select committee
departmental committee

dpml tee

jp tee

hw tee slk tee

dkp

Education Department
elementary education
school board
school board education
reading, writing, and arithmetic
higher education
school of art
voluntary education
technical education
technical instruction
voluntary school
board school
endowed school
grammar school
industrial school
reformatory school
Her Majesty's Judges
Lord Chief Justice
Queen's Bench
wilful murder
capital punishment
penal servitude
hard labour
Her Majesty's pleasure
limited liability
unlimited liability
Lord Mayor
licensed victualler
liquor traffic
alcoholic liquor
local option
permissive bill
United Kingdom Alliance
household suffrage
manhood suffrage
household franchise
lodger franchise
landlord and tenant
tenant right
primogeniture and entail
agricultural labourer
trade union
land league

Imdk
sbrd
sbrdk
rdwm
hrdk
sklrt
Adk
tkldk
tkn T
Aki
brdki
nDki
gml
ndkl
rfkl
h*mjs
Ichj
qch
1*mdr
kpn
pnlf
hlbr
h*mp

lm ty
nlm ty

per cent.

prs Imy (not final) 1 sf Ikk Iklkr Ikp pmbl ndkin hsj mhị hlch Ifch Iltn tntrt pmjl

glk

trdN llg

krn q

police-constable

pkb national church

tionCH church establishment

CHsh church and state

CHST clergy and laity

kj ty baptismal regeneration

bmlj London and North Western

Inw Great Northern

grnn Great Western

grtw London, Chatham, and Dover lchdr Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincoln. shire

mshlk Lancashire and Yorkshire

Inkr London and Brighton

Inbn railway accident

rxd coroner's inquest analytical chemist

nlkm chemical analysis

kmln death-warrant

dthw rifle volunteer

rFin rifle competition

rfik tion (under) ladies and gentlemen

idj my lord-s, ladies and gentlemen midj it is

ts it is not

tsn it is with

tsw* it is not without

tsnwt it is with great pleasure

tswgp it is with much pleasure

tswchp have the honour

hnr it is said

tsd it is said that

tsdth British empire

brmp Colonial empire

klnmp Roman empire

rmpr United Kingdom

ndk (under n) Great Britain

grb administrative reform

#mF (through) mechanics' institute I, --institution 3 mninstitute monarchical institutions

minstitute republican institutions

rinstitute representative government

rpsg executive government

xkg political economy

politicalnm

Ibp ty s through k, add ty pschr f

Liberal party Conservative party peace, retrenchment, and reform civil and religious liberty Eastern question army and navy gallant defenders man, woman, and child on the point of to say the least last but not least in consequence of-the in compliance with-the to some extent to a certain extent to a great extent to a greater extent to a greater or less extent to the greatest extent to the greatest possible extent in some degree in a great degree in a greater degree in the greatest degree in a high degree in a higher degree in the highest degree in some measure in a great measure on the present occasion united with at any rate at all events in all probability at this season of the year length and breadth at the present time at the present moment at the same time at the same moment at that time at that moment at this time at this moment

sAb ty

stq rmnf glfrs mwch 1 (in the npnf [plural, 3

tsl 3

lbnl nkf nplw tmx tsx tgrx tgRx tglx tg x tgpsx nmg ngg ngg ng g nhg nhrg

nh g

nmsh
ngm
k under n
n dw (under n)
tanyrt
tlf
nlb ty 1
tthsy (not final)
Inb
tpm
tpm*
tsm
tsm*
tthm
tthm*
tthsm
tthsm*

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