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Five-letter ABC universal commercial telegraphic code

Five-letter ABC universal commercial telegraphic code

specially adapted for the use of shipowners, bankers, merchants, brokers, underwriters, solicitors, engineers, forwarding agents, and tourists, etc. and as a general code suitable for everyone ....

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Published by Eden Fisher, Macmillan in London, New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesABC telegraphic code.
ContributionsDroege, William.
The Physical Object
Pagination1386p.
Number of Pages1386
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19760318M

The ABC Universal Commercial Telegraph Code, Specially Adapted for the Use of Financiers Merchants, Shipown- ers, Brokers, Agents, Etc. by W. Clauson-Thue, American Code Publishing Co., Fourth Edition (). Since commercial use of electric telegraph started around in England (Wikipedia, Friedman p.6) and in in America (by Morse) (Friedman p.6, Wikipedia), two major concerns were cost and need was met by commercial codes or private codebooks for replacing words, phrases, and even complete sentences by code groups (i.e., code words or code numbers).

  Victorian Railways' Telegraph Code Book Watkins' Code, (aka Shipbrokers' Telegraphic Code) Watt's Telegraphic Cypher (multiple editions) Watkins' Universal Shipping Code (multiple editions) Watson Cable Code Wray's Telegraphic Code Western Union (Five Letter) Wetmore's Commercial Telegraphic Code. The ABC Universal Commercial Electric Telegraphic Code Specially Adapted for the Use of Financiers, Merchants, Shipowners, Underwriters, Engineers, Brokers, Agents, Etc. Etc. 5th Edition with Supplement A. New York: American Code Company [24], , [8 - O'Neill's Code] pages.

Get this from a library! The ABC universal commercial electric telegraphic code: specially adapted for the use of financiers, merchants, shipowners, underwriters, engineers, brokers, agents, &c.: suitable for everyone. [W Clauson-Thue]. Foreign code telegram practice (外國暗號電報の作り方、解き方): a text book for the use of commercial students. (), 29 pages * Takeo Hara ( –?). A text-book of telegraphic codes for use in schools: containing general five-letter code and self-checking two-letter code.


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Morse code is the most well known such aphy usually refers to the electrical telegraph, but telegraph systems using the optical telegraph were in use before that. A code consists of a number of code points, each corresponding to a letter of the alphabet, a numeral, or some other character. The Globe Commercial Telegraph Code, for the Use of Mercantile Firms: general: H.

Meyer, comp. Liverpool: Lieber’s Standard Telegraphic Code: general: ABC Universal Commercial Electric Telegraphic Code: general: fourth edition; American edition: Korean telegraphic code book. Telegram style, telegraph style, telegraphic style or telegraphese is a clipped way of writing that attempts to abbreviate words and pack as much information into the smallest possible number of words or characters.

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Publication date Book from the collections of Oxford University Language English. Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by.Later on, the regulations were changed to permit the five-letter code words we are more familiar with, and the 6th and 7th editions of the ABC code use them.

If we (for some reason) wanted to send code numbers rather than code words, the message would become (adding leading 0's so all numbers are five digits): telegraph code books, which were in widespread use at the beginning of the 20th Century. At this time, telegrams were quite expensive; the cost of a transatlantic telegram was around $1 per word, which would be equivalent to something like $30 today.

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