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The Telegraphist's Guide


    TELEGRAPHISTS in the Government service have now to submit themselves to a technical examination before they can obtain promotion. Herein we have a guide in which the subjects of the new examination are considered in the order laid down by the Postmaster-General. The aspiring telegraphist will find the book a means of acquiring the knowledge he needs; and students of telegraphy not directly connected with the service, may obtain from it useful information on the practical working oftelegraphic systems.

    The Telegraphist's Guide.

    By James Bell Pp. 101. (London: Electricity Office, 1895.)

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