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" The next step was to procure a set of metal types, with the different letters of the alphabet cast upon their ends; also a board, in which were square holes, into which holes she could set the types; so that the letters on their ends could alone be felt... "
The Prisoners' Friend: A Monthly Magazine Devoted to Criminal Reform ... - 106 ページ
1849
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The North American Review, 第 52 巻

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1841
...into which holes she could set the types, so that the letters on their ends could alone be felt above the surface. " Then, on any article being handed to...became extensive ; and then the important step was taken of teaching her how to represent the different letters by the position of her fingers, instead...

The St. Peterburg English Review, 第 4 巻

S. Warrand - 1842
...into which holes she could set the types ; so that the letters on their ends could alone be felt above the surface. » Then, on any article being handed...became extensive ; and then the important step was taken of teaching her how to represent the different letters by the position of her fingers, instead...

American Notes for General Circulation, 第 1 巻

Charles Dickens - 1842
...into which holes she could set the types ; so that the letters on their ends could alone be felt above the surface. " Then, on any article being handed to...became extensive ; and then the important step was taken of teaching her how to represent the different letters by the position of her fingers, instead...

The Saint Petersburg English Review of Literature, the Arts and Sciences, 第 4 巻

1842
...into which holes she could set the types ; so that the letters on their ends could alone be felt above the surface. «Then, on any article being handed to...became extensive ; and then the important step was taken of teaching her how to represent the different letters by the position of her fingers, instead...

Works, 第 1 巻

Charles Dickens - 1842
...into which holes she could set the types; so that the letters on their ends could alone be felt above the surface. "Then, on any article being handed to...became extensive; and then the important step was taken of teaching her how to represent the different letters by the position of her fingers, instead...

The St. Petersburg English review of literature, the arts and science, ed ...

S Warrand - 1842
...into which holes she could set the typos ; so that the letters on their ends could alone be felt above the surface. • Then, on any article being handed...became extensive ; and then the important step was taken of leaching her how to represent the different letters by the position of her fingers, instead...

Lucas's penny library [ed. by F. Lucas].

Frederick Lucas
...types ; so that the letters on their ends could alone be felt above the surface. " Then, on any artiele being handed to her, for instance, a pencil, or a...became extensive ; and then the important step was taken of teaching her how to represent the different letters by the position of her fingers, mstead...

The Independent magazine (ed. by J. Fletcher)., 第 2 巻

J. Fletcher - 1843
...into which holes she could set the types : so that the letters on their ends could alone be felt above the surface. " Then, on any article being handed to...exercised for several weeks in this way, until her G vocabulary became extensive ; and then the important step was taken of teaching her how to represent...

American notes for general circulation

Charles Dickens - 1842
...into which holes she could set the types ; so that the letters on their ends could alone be felt above the surface. ' ' Then, on any article being handed...board, and read them with apparent pleasure. " She was exerciced for several weeks in this way, until her vocabulary became extensive ; and then the important...

The Cottager's monthly visitor, 第 23 巻

1843
...holes Laura could fix what letters she chose, and in this way she could form any words she wished. Then, on any article being handed to her ; for instance, a pencil or a watch, she would choose the several letters that spelt the wojds, and arrange them on her board, and read them by touch...




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