Excerpt from A Report Upon Phonotypy
Few subjects can present stronger claims to the attention of all per sons intewsted in the advancement and perfection of the arts of writ ing and printing, than Phon otypy and Phonography.' Phonotypy has for its object a reform in the exis... ting modes of representing language by printed types. Phonography has the higher object of bringing into use a mode of representing sounds by written characters, which shall be more scientific, more exact, more easily acquired, and four or five times more rapid, than any now in general use.
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