Punch,  50 (1866), 141.

Talking to the Eye



News-Commentary, Drollery


Sound, Light, Human Development, Language

    Notes the invention by Alexander M Bell of a 'phonetic alphabet, the signs of which can be made to constitute visible speech'. Thinks this has the advantage that 'everybody will be sure to see' what you mean.

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