19), was frilly aware of the advantage of manual alphabets in their instruction; and it seems strange that he did not invent one, ... of Dalgamo, the most intelligent author on the subject of the instruction of the deaf and dumb next to Bulwer; he published it in 1680. ... In our own days, M. Recoing has employed syllabic dactylology in conjunction with stenography, and by these means, combined with othersanbsp;...
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