Gregg shorthand adaptations to other languages?

Hello, I was looking for resources and manuals for Gregg shorthand adaptations to other languages, specifically the languages Afrikaans, Esperanto, French, German, Hebrew, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Catalan, Thai, and Tagalog (these languages were mentioned on Wikipedia at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gregg_shorthand#Adaptations). I’ve managed to find some materials for Chinese, Esperanto, French, German,…

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Work

The Crown of Wild Olive by English writer John Ruskin is a collection of essays dealing with various topics. It was published in 1866, and contains his last lectures at the University of Cambridge, dealing with subjects such as work, traffic, and war. Here is an excerpt from Lecture I: Work, transcribed by yours truly…

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Glaucus and Arbaces in the Amphitheater

The Last Days of Pompeii, by English writer and politician Lord Edward Bulwer-Lytton, takes place in 1st century Rome. It tells the story of Glaucus, a young Greek in love with Ione, a beautiful and intelligent Greek set to marry him. Ione was left orphan in her childhood; the Egyptian sorcerer and high Isis priest…

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Henry Robson Richardson

Henry Robson Richardson was one of America’s most famous architects. Born in Louisiana in 1838, he studied at Harvard, Tulane, as well as the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. One of his major works is Boston’s Trinity Church. Bishop Phillips Brooks was the rector of this Episcopal church and wrote an article in 1886 for…

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Learning by Heart

In this essay transcribed by me in Anniversary Gregg, British judge and advocate Vernon Lushington tells us the importance of learning things by heart. Attachment: learning-by-heart.pdf

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