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"U N I C O D E." 



THE 



Universal Telegraphic Phrase-Book. 



A ^ CODE OF CYPHER WORDS FOR COMMERCIAL, 
DOMESTIC, AND FAMILIAR PHRASES IN ORDINARY 
USE IN INLAND AND FOREIGN TELEGRAMS. 



WITH A LIST OF PROMINENT COMMERCIAL FIRMS 

WHO ARE UNICODE USERS. 



SIXTH EDITION. 






CASSELL & COMPANY, Limited.- 

LONDON, PARIS, NEW YORK ^ MELBOURNE, 



1889. 
[all rights reserved.] 



F 



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PREFACE. 

In first introducing to the public the "Unicode," by means ot 
" The Universal Telegraphic Phrase-Book," * it is well to give a few 
preliminary explanations and directions. 

All the great submarine Telegraph Companies, and almost all 
foreign countries and colonies, have adopted the word-tariff, or 
system of charging a certain Sum for each word, and CJreat Britain 
has practically done so. by the changes effected during the last 
Parliament. Every person who has heretofore sent telegraphic 
messages abroad has learned by experience the economy of con- 
densation, and the advantage of the use of a Code known to both 
sender and receiver. By this means the substance of a message 
embracing a dozen ordinary words may be conveyed in a single 
code-word, with a fulness and clearness not to be otherwise 
attained unless at a prohibitive cost The same effect is discovered 
in inland telegraphic communication under the new arrangements. 
The sixpenny telegram is found, except under special circumstances, 
to be a misnomer, the unavoidable length of the addresses (where 
the expense of registering a cypher has not been incurred by the 
Receiver), and the name of the Sender and Receiver absorbing 
so many of the twelve words as frequently to leave only two or 
^ three available for the text of the telegram. Attention is therefore 

^ naturally turned to condensation, and, as a necessary consequence, 

1^ to coding. 

tvi The Code-Book hitherto has been distinguished by two features 

^ — a high price and an attempted exclusiveness. The " Unicode " 

1^ aims at precisely opposite qualities, viz., a low price and a univer- 

sality of employment, so that not only in all offices, but in clubs, 
hotels, and private residences copies shall be found and freely used. 

* A Pocket Edition of this book, of convenient size, is also published, 
price 2s. 6d. 



IV 



PREFACE. 



An example will best demonstrate the mode of using, and the 
economy effected. Say the following is the message in full: — 





Smith, 




TO 


100, Prince Rupert Road, 
Shepherd's Bush. 




Jones 


dines 


with 


us 


this 


evening 


and 


remains 


the 


night 










Smith 



Here the address and signature take eight words, and the body of 
the message ten, making eighteen words in all, or six extra to pay 
for; whereas by using the "Unicode" the message is reduced to 
ten words, and runs thus : — 



Smith, 



TO 



lOO, Prince Rupert Road, 
Shepherd's Bush. 



Jones 



Coctivus 



Smith 



But in foreign telegrams the difference is more striking. The 
rate, for instance, 'from South America is ten shillings per word, 
and the following message (without reckoning the address) would 
cost ;^3 : — " Order executed before your telegram arrived ; " whereas 
the " Unicode " word " Obutnbro " would convey the same message 
at a cost of ten shillings, or a saving of £^2 los. 

Many phrases which at first sight would appear too unnecessarily 
minute, notably in domestic affairs, are purposely inserted as being 
those which experience shows are in actual daily use, notwithstand- 
ing their heavy cost for transmission. 



PREFACE. V 

Users of existing codes have constantly experienced difficulty 
and misunderstanding from the fact that^ English words being used 
for the cyphers, the messages have at times read intelligibly in the 
ordinary and not the code meaning of the words, and the Receiver 
has not known which to adopt. This has been entirely obviated 
in the " Unicode " by exclusively employing for the cyphers Latin 
words which strictly conform to the regulations of the International 
Telegraph Conferences held at Paris, London, and Berlin. An 
equally important point has also been carefully borne in mind. 
It is generally known that the telegraphic alphabet is composed of 
three elements : the dot, the dash, and the space. These symbols 
may with great facility be transposed in transmission, causing words, 
however dissimilar in ordinary language (such as fancy and pantry) 
to be confounded one with another in the process of telegraphy. 
This compilation, however, has been made under the personal 
supervision of telegraphic experts of long experience, and it is 
claimed for it that the cypher words are from their telegraphic con- 
struction the least liable to erroneous transmission by the operators. 

The cypher words have been arranged alphabetically, and the 
phrases are likewise so arranged, having regard to what is in each 
the principal or key-word. 

Not the least valuable feature (and it is a novel one) in the 
present volume is the addition of a list of important firms and 
establishments in Great Britain, with their registered telegraphic 
addresses, who will receive telegrams in the "Unicode." This list 
will be hereafter increased, and for this purpose intimations 
are invited from those firms at home and abroad who desire 
their names to be added. These should be sent to the care of 
the Publishers, and addressed to the Editors of the " Unicode," who 
will be grateful for any suggestions for improvements and additions. 

To allow for the composition of a small private code available 
only to the individual compilers, and not to be adopted hereafter in 
the " Unicode " for specific phrases for public use, a few pages with 
cypher words only have been added, to which phrases may be attached 
as desired. 



NOTE TO SECOND EDITION. 

The compilers refer to the following communication which they 
have received : — 

" I have examined from the point of view of a telegraph operator of long 
standing, several Codes -which have been recently published, and I emphatically 
pronounce the Unicode to be the only one I have seen where the hand of the 
expert can be discovered. In one of the other compilations it is claimed as a 
merit that none of the cjrpher words exceed five letters. This, however, is a 
serious blot, and condemns the book in my judgment. In two Codes I observe a 
free use of manufactured words, and yet, for extra-European correspondence, such 
words can be and are generally rejected by the Cable Companies. Naturally it is 
preferable that the operator should transmit messages where the meaning is clear 
and the words as usual, but as it seems evident that the use of Codes will grow day 
by day it is to be hoped that the public will continue to employ one so workman- 
like and systematic as the Unicode." 

October, 1886. 



POSSIBLE TRANSFORMATIONS OP TELEGRAPH 

SIGNALS. 



UBTBB. 


MORRB SIGNAL. 


POSSIBLE SUBSTITUTION. 


A 


• ^^M 


ET 


B 


^* • • 


TS NI DE 


C 


^mm • ^M • 


NN TR TEN KB 


D 


■^■B • ■ 


TI NE 


E 


• 




F 


• • mmm m 


IN ER UE 


G 


■^■B ^^ • 


ME TN 


H 


• • ■ • 


SE ES n 


I 


• • 


EE 


J 


• ^^ ^^ ^^ 


EO ATT AM WT 


K 


^^M • ^^mm 


TA NT 'IT 


L 


• mmm • • 


AI RE ED 


H 


... ^ 


IT 


N 


m^am • 


TE 





.»■ ^ ^ 


TM MT 


P 


• ^^ ^^ ■ 


WE AN EG EME 


Q. 


^^M ^^M • ^^M 


MA GT TK 


R 


• ^^ ■ 


AE EN 


S 


• • • 


TR EI 


T 


^^ 




U 


• • ^^ 


EA IT 


V 


• a • Hi^ 


ST EU LA. 


w 


• ^^M Hl^ 


EM AT 


X 


■^■B ■ • ^^ 


NA TU DT 


y 


^^M a BB^ ^^B* 


NM TW KT 


z 


^^ a^BB ■ • 


MI GE TD 



REGULATIONS AS TO TRANSMISSION OF TELEGRAMS. 



The rules and regulations which govern the telegraphic communica- 
tion between various portions of the world are laid down by the 
International Telegraph Conferences which meet periodically in one 
or other of the capitals of Europe, and the following gives the effect 
of those which should be most widely known : — 
All telegrams should be l^bly written. 

Telegrams may be composed of plain language, of code language, or of secret 
language. 

Tel^;rams in plain language must present a dear meaning in any one of the 
languages admitted for telegraphic correspondence. 

Telegrams in code language must consist of words not exceeding ten letters in 
length, each of them presenting a clear meaning, but not necessarily any consecutive 
sense, and belonging to any one or to all of the following languages, but to no other, 
viz. : — English, French, German, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese, Spanish, and Latin. 

Code words containing more than ten letters are charged at C3rpher rate.' 

Proper names are not admitted in the text of code messages unless used in 
their natural sense. 

The Company can demand the production of the codes and vocabularies, for 
the purpose of controlling the execution of the preceding regulations. 

Private telegrams composed of secret letters such as a b x y z, are not ad- 
mitted in extra-European correspondence. 

Illegitimate combinations of words contrary to the usage of the language, and 
abbreviated and wrongly spelt words, are inadmissible. 

The maximum length of a single word is fixed at 15 letters in European tele- 
grams, and at 10 letters in extra-European telegrams, any additional letters being 
counted and charged for as extra words at the rate of 15 or 10 letters respectively 
to the word. 

Any instruction the sender may have to give as to the delivery at destination, 
prepayment of reply, acknowledgment of receipt, to its being a collated telegram, 
&c., should be written immediately before the address. These indications may be 
given in the following abbreviated forms, when they will be counted as one word 
only : — 

FS for To follow. 



RPD ,, Urgent reply paid. 
PR ,, Post registered. 
EP „ Estaffette paid. 



RP for Reply paid. 

TC ,, Collation paid. 

CR „ Acknowledgment of receipt. 

PP „ Postage paid. 

XP „ Express paid. 

Any sender may request by writing the instruction: " T^^gramme 4 faire 
suivre " {t,e. to follow) or " (FS) " (which is charged for), immediately before the 
address, that the terminal office shall cause his telegram to foUdw the receiver 
within the limits of Europe. 

The charge to the first address only is prepaid, the cost of further transmission 
being collected on delivery. 



INDEX. 



PAGB 

Preface iii 

Transformations of Telegraph Signals vii 

Regulations as to Transmission of Telegrams , . . . . viii 

Apartments 6 

Appointments 7 

Arrivals 9 

Births ii 

Cheques i6 

Deaths 21 

Departures 24 

Detentions 25 

Dinner Engagements 26 

Goods 35 

Health and Illness 36 

Hotels 41 

Invitations 48 

Legal 51 

Letters 55 

Lunch Engagements 57 

Marriages 59 

Military 62 

Money 64 

Orders 67 

Patterns 68 

Racing 74 

Railway Travelling 80 

Remittances 81 

Telegrams 88 

Theatre Engagements 90 

Weather , • • • 95 

Private Code 97 

"Unicode" Users 103 



THE 



UNIVEKSAL TELEGRAPHIC 

PHRASE-BOOK 



»•» 



Abandon the negotiations . • • . Abactus 

(Able) — ^Am able to Abazea 

Am not able to Abdite 

Are you able to Abdixi 

Have you been able to ... . Abdo 

Shall be able to Abdomen 

Shall not be able to Abductus 

Absence has prevented my earlier reply • Abequito 

Can do nothing during absence of r — • . Abeuntis 

Can do nothing in your absence . . . Abfore 

Accept. (Befer to Decline.) 

Cannot accej^t lesa than — . . . . Abhorreo 

Do not accejot Abitio 

Acceptance paid away^ too late to stop . . Abjecte 
Acceptance paid into bank^ cannot be with- 
drawn . . . . . . Abjectio 

Acceptance will be renewed . . . Abjicio 

Cannot renew acceptance .... Abjudico 

Have withdrawn acceptance . . . Abjuro 

Refuse to renew acceptance • . • Ablaqueo 
Will withdraw acceptance on receipt of bank 

order for — Ablego 

Accident has occurred to train on the — • . Abludo 



» 



"UNICODE": 



Met with an accident * * . . 

Met with an accident, cannot keep appoint- 
ment • • . • . 
Met with an accident, come as quickly as 

you can . . . 
Met with an accident, must postpone visit . 
Met with an accident, must remain here^ 

letter by post ..... 
Met with an accident, not very serious 
Met with an accident, only slight 
Met with an accident, very serious 
Met with an accident, which prevents my 

leaving ...... 

Met with an accident, will return 

Met with an accident, boat upset, all safe . 

Met with an accident, boat upset, remain 

here till you come .... 

Met with an accident, boat upset, send a 

change here . • . • . 

Met with an accident, carriage upset, not 

hurt ....... 

Met with an accident, carriage upset, slightly 

hurt . . . . . 
Met with an accident, collision, not hurt 
Met with an accident, collision, seriously hurt 
Met with an accident, collision, slightly 

hurt . . • . • b . 
Met with an accident, come 
Met with an accident, but need not come . 
What is the nature of the accident 
When did the accident occur 
Where did the accident occur • 



Abnato 

Abnepos 

Abneptis 
Abnodo 

Abnormis 
Abolesco 
Abolevi 
Abolitio 

Abominor 

Aborior 

Abrasi 

Abreptus 

Abrogo 

Abrumpo 

Abruptio 

Abscedo 

Abscindo 

Abscisse 

Absens 

Absentia 

Absilio 

Absolve 

Absonus 



Account. (Refer to Place.) 
Account is being made out 
Account is forwarded to-day 



Absorbeo 
Abstineo 



UNIVERSAL TELEGBAFHIG PHBASE-BOOK 



Account is overdrawn . 

Not on my account • 

Not on our account 

Not on your account , 

Placed to your account the sum of — 



Acknowledge. (Refer to Documents, Letter, 
Remittance, Telegram.) 
Acknowledge by telegram receipt of documents 
Acknowledge by telegram receipt of letter . 
Acknowledge by telegram receipt of remittance 
Why have you not acknowledged receipt of 

documents . , . . . 
Why have you not acknowledged receipt of 

letter 

Why have you not acknowledged receipt of 

remittance . 

Why have you not acknowledged receipt of 

telegram ....•• 

Act as for yourself ...... 

Act as you think best . . 

Act on my letter 

Act on my previous telegram 

Act on my previous instructions . 

— is empowered to act on my (or our) behalf 

You have full powers to act 



Abstraxi 

Abstrudo 

Absurdus 

Abundo 

Abusque 



Abutor 
Acacia 
Academia 

Acapna 

Acapnon 

Acatium 

Accanto 

Accede 

Accelero 

Acceptio 

Acceptus 

Accerso 

Accessio 

Accingo 



Address. (Refer to Telegram.) 

Registered telegraphic address is — . . Accio 
What is your registered telegraphic address Accipio 



Agree to your plans 

Agree to your proposals 
Agree to your request 
Agree to your terms . 



Accitus 
Acclamo 
Acclinis 
Accola 



" UNICODE'' : 



May I a^ree to — 
Will you a(jfree to - 



Accolens 
Accredo 



Agreement is arranged as to termsj bat waits 

signature 

Agreement must be sent for our signature . 
Agreement will be sent for your signature 

to-day 

Agreement will be sent on — 
Do you confirm the agreement 
Have not entered into any agreement 
Have you entered into any agreernent 
They confirm the agreement 
They do not confirm the agreement 
We confirm the agreement . 
We do not confirm the agreement 

Alarmed at not having any news 
Is there any cause for alarm 

Allowance is asked for of — . 
Allowance is too great 
Allowance is too small 
Have had to make a large allowance 
Have had to make a small allowance 
What allowance is asked for 
What allowance will you make . 
What allowance would you propose 



Alteration cannot be made . 

Alteration has been made as requested 
Alteration must be made . 
Alteration must not be made '. 
No alteration has been made • 



Accresco 
Accretus 

Accudo 

Accumbo 

Accuimilo 

Accursus 

Acerbe 

Acerra 

Acetaria 

Achates 

Acheron 

i' 

Achnas 
Acidulus 

Acinaces 

Acinosus 

Aclis 

Aconitiun 

Acopum 

Acquievi 

Acqniro 

Acredula 



(Alongside) — Expected to be alongside by — . Acriter 



Acritude 

Acroama 

Acroasis 

Actito 

Actuosus 



UmVEBSAL TELEGBAPHIO FHEABB-BOOK. 



What alteration has been made 
What alteration is asked for . 
Will make no alteration whatever . . 

Am entirely in your hands . . . 
Am I to take charge of — 
Am leaving town, but will see you on — 
Am quite well, and coming on at once 
Am quite well, and writing by post . 
Am very unwell, come as soon as you 

can • • . • • 
Am very unwell, unable to leave to-day 



Amount is not large enough 
Amount is too large . 
Amount offered is — 
Are they good for the amount 
Cannot obtain increase of amount 
Cannot obtain payment of amount 
Cannot obtain reduction of amount 
Have sent the amount 
Have you sent the amount . 
What amount is offered 
What will it amount to 
Will send the amount 
Will you send the amount . 

Annoancement is confirmed . 

Announcement is contradicted 
Announcement is doubted . 
Announcement is made officially 
Announcement is made privately 
Announcement is made publicly 
Announcement is premature 
Announcement is quite true . 
Announcement is untrue 



Actus 

Actutum 

Aculeus 

Acumen 

Acutulus 

Adactio 

Adaggero 

Adalligo 

Adamo 
Adambulo 

AdaperLo 

Adaquo 

Adauctus 

Adaugeo 

AdauxL 

Adaxint 

Adbibo 

Addecet 

Addenseo 

Addictio 

Addisco 

Additus 

Addivino 

Addubito 

Adduce 

Adegi 

Ademptio 

Adeps 

Adequito 

Adesurio 

Adesus 

Adeuntis 



" UNIOODE " .• 



Confirm the announcement • . . . 
Contradict the announcement 

Annoyed very much at delay . . . , 
Annoyed very much at refusal . 
Annoyed very much at silence 
Annoyed very much at statement 

Anxious about safety of — 

Anxious to have your reply immediately 
Anxious to hear from you about — 

Anticipate little di£Sculty .... 
Anticipate much difficulty .... 
Anticipate some difficulty .... 
Do you anticipate any difficulty . 

Apartments requested are secured at — • 

Apartments required are engaged^ and ready 

for immediate occupation 
Apartments required are engaged^ and will 

be ready for occupation on — 
Cannot secure apartments you wish 
Cannot secure apartments you wish^ but can 

get — 

Secure apartments at — 
Secure a bedroom for me . 
Secure a bedroom and sitting-room 
Secure two bedrooms for — 
Secure two bedrooms and sitting-room 
Secure three bedrooms 
Secure three bedrooms and sitting-room 
Secure a double-bedded room . , 
Secure a double-bedded room and sitting- 
room 

Secure sufficient accommodation for us 



Adfrango 
Adgemo 

Adhalo 
Adhibeo 
ArJhJTim'o 
Adhortor 

Adhuc 

Adiantum 

Adizno 

Adipatnm 
Adipsos 
Aditur 
Aditiirus 

Adjaceo 

Adjugo 

Adjunctio 
AdJTinxi 

Adjutor 

Adjutrix 

Admetior 

Admiror 

Admisceo 

Admistns 

Admitto 

AdmodTim 

Admolior 

Admoneo 
Admordeo 



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Apply at once for — AdmorsiLB 

Do not apply for — Admugio 

Appointments. (Refer to Call, Comb^ De- 
tain, Expect,. Forget, Meet, Post- 
pone, Tbain, Weather.) 



Appointment has been made for — . 
Cannot attend the appointmerkt made 
Cannot keep my appointment for — 
What appointment has been made 

Hope to be with you in a few days 

Hope to be with you next week 

Hope to be with you on — . 

Hope to be with you this evening 

Hope to be with you to-day . 

Hope to be with you to-morrow 

Hope to see you this evening 

Hope to see you to-day . 
, Hope to see you to-morrow . 

Shall be at home this evening 

Shall be at office to-day 

Shall be at office to-morrow . 

Shall be at your house this evening 

Shall be at your house to-day . 

Shall be at your office to-day 

Shall be at your office to-morrow 

Shall be in town and will see you on — . 

Shall be in town to-day and will call on 
you at — 

Shall be in town to-morrow and will call 
on you at — 

Shall expect you this evening 

Shall expect you to-day 

Shall expect you to-morrow . 

WisAio see you,and will remain here until — 

B 



AdmxLtilo 

Adnascor 

Adnavlgo 

Adnoto 

Adoptio 

Adoreus 

Adomo 

Adpluo 

Adrepo 

Adscisca 

Adscitus 

Adsiim 

Advectio 

Advenio 

Adventus 

Adverser 

Adverstun. 

AdvexL 

Advigilo 

Adulator 

Adulor 

Adiimbro* 

AduncuB 

Advoco 

Advolvo 

Adustio 

AdytunL 



8 " UNICODE 



»f 



Wis A to see joxx, and will remain, heie 

until you come . . ■ . • Affabre 

Wis A to see you. Shall I come? Tele- 
graph reply Affeci 

WisA to see you on business . . . Affectio 

WisA to see you on business. Can you 

come here ? Telegraph . . . AfTero 

WisA to see you on business. Make an 

appointment Affinis 

WisA to see you on business. Please 

wait my arrival .... AffimiO 

WisA to see you on business. Shall be 

here until — Afflxl 

WisA to see you on business. Shall be 

with you about — . . . AfflXTlS 

WisA ta see you particularly. Can I see 

you if I call . . . . . Afflatus 
WisA to see you particularly. Please 

come here if possible . • . Affluo 
WisA to see you particularly. Please 

wait my arrival .... AfTodio 
WisA to see you particularly. Shall be 

here until — AfTorem 

WisA to see you particularly. Telegraph 

time and place .... Affrango 
WisA to see you particularly. Will be 

with you about — . . . . Affremo 
WisA to see you this evening, call here . Affrico 
WisA to see you this evening, will call 

on you •••••• Affalgeo 

WisA to see you this mornings call here . Agaricoil 
WisA to see you this morning, will call on 

you . . . . . . Agediun 

WisA to see you to-day . . . . Agellus 

WisA to see you to-day, telegraph where Agema 

WisA to see you, will be with you at — . Agesis 



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Apprehend the worst 

There is little cause for appreAennon 
There is no cause for apprehension 



Agger 

Aggestus 

Aggravo 



Arranged everjrthing satisfactorily^ return at 

once Agilis 

Will arrange everything to your satisfaction AgiUtas 



Arrangement has been made . . 
Arrangement has fallen through . 
Arrangement still under discussion 
Can you come to any arrangement 
Make some definite arrangement . 
What arrangement do you propose 
What arrangement is come to 
What arrangement is suggested . 
Will not make any arrangement . 



Agitator 

Aguascor 

Agnatio 

Agnos 

Agnosco 

Agnovi 

Agrarius 

Agrestis 

Agria 



Arrival. (Refer to Goods, Home, Hotels, Train.) 



Arrival is expected on the — ... 
Cannot account for non-arrivaL Will make 

immediate enquiry . . 
Enquire of agents date of arrival 
Enquire of agents date and port of arrival . 
Enquire of agents date and port of arrival, 

and meet me • 

Glad to hear of your safe arrival 
Shall arrive about — .... 

Shall arrive and require a conveyance at — . 
Shall arrive and require a porter at — 
Shall arrive and require breakfast at — 
Shall arrive and require dinner at — 
Shall arrive and require lunch at — 
Shall arrive and require supper at — 
Shall arrive and require tea — • 
Arrived here after a very bad passage 

b2 



Agricola 

Agripeta 

AgriTim 

Ahenipes 

Aizoon 

Alabaster 

Alacer 

Alacritas 

Alapa 

Alatns 

Alauda 

Albarius 

Albesco 

Albor 

Alburaeu 



10 



''UNIOODE": 



Arrived here after a very good passage 
Arrived here, all in good order . 

Arrived here all well 

Arrived here all well, health much improved. 
Arrived here all well, very tired . 
Arrived here all well, I will write to-day 
Arrived here all well, I will write to-morrow 
Arrived here all well, leave again to-day 
Arrived here all well, leave again to-morrow 
Arrived here all well, leave for — 
Arrived here all well, leave for home — 
Arrived here all well, leave for home to-day 
Arrived here all well, leave for home to- 
morrow • • • • 
Arrived here all well, meet me at — 
Arrived here all weU, remain to-night 
Arrived here all well, remain until — 
Arrived here all well, wait my arrival 
Arrived here unwell, meet me at — 

Ascertain the reason and telegraph at once 
Ascertain the reason and write at once 



Albumum 

Alcedo 

Algensis 

Algidus 

Algor 

Algosus 

Alias 

Alica 

Alicubi 

Alienatio 

Alienus 

Alifer 

Alimon 

Alioqui 

Aliorsum 

Altitude 

Altrix 

Alveare 

Alveolus 
Alveus 



Assistance is not required .... AluTTl 

Assistance is urgently required . . . Amabilis 

Ask for what assistance you require • . Amando 

Cannot render any assistance . . . Amarus 

Will give all the assistance in our power • Amasius 

(Avoid) — Do your best to avoid — . . . Amator 

Do your utmost to avoid any unpleasantness Amatrix 

Bank rate has been raised — . . . . Ajubedo 

i per cent Ambesus 

\ per cent Ambique 

I per cent Ambio 

>■■-■ 1 per cent. . . . / . Ambustio 



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JSani rate has been reduced — . . . A melius 

J per cent Amentia 

^ per cent Amerina 

I per cent Amicitia 

1 per cent Amiculum 

Bankruptcy petition lias been filed by — . . Aznissio 
JSaniruptcy proceedings have been taken 

against — . . . . . . ATTTmiiTm 

Bills. (Refer to Acceptance.) 

Bills of Lading are not yet made out . . AnnnoniEf 

Bills of Lading are sent by this mail . . Amnicola 

Bills of Lading have not been endorsed . Amolior 

Bills of Lading will be sent by next mail . Amomis 

Have you sent Bills of Lading . . . Ampelos 

How are Bills of Lading forwarded . . Ampliora 

How are Bills of Lading made out . . Amplio 

^Qudi Bills of Lading \mm&ddQ,\jAj . . Amplius 

(Births) — Confined this morning^ Boy, botfc^^^ 

doing well Ampulla 

Confined this morning, Bot/y dead, Mother 

well Amputo 

Confined this morning, Girl, both doing 

well . Aniiiletimi 

Confined 'this morning. Girl, dead. Mother 

well Amusimn 

Confined to-day. Baby dead, Mother fairly 

well . . . . . . . Amussis 

Confined to-day. Baby dead. Mother weak . Amygdala 
Confined to-day. Baby dead. Mother very 

weak Amylon 

Confined to-day. Baby dead. Mother fairly 

well, will telegraph again Amystis 




12 "UNIOODE*': 

Confined to-day, Baby dead, Mother weak, 

will telegraph again .... Anatinus 
Confined to-day. Baby dead, Mother very 

weak, will telegraph again . . . Anceps 
Confined to-day. Twins ^ both boys, all well . Ancilium 

nfined to-day, T}mns, both girls, all well . An cilia 
Confined to-day, Ttoins, hoy and girl, all well AXLCOn 
Confined to-day. Twins, one alive, a boy, 

Mother well Andabata 

Confined to-day. Twins, one alive, a boy. 

Mother weak Andron 

Confined to-day. Twins, one alive, a boy. 

Mother not expected to live . . . AnelltLS 
^.>H3onfined to-day. Twins, one alive, a girl, 

Motherwell Anemone 

Confined to-day, Ttoins, one alive, a girl, 

Mother weak Anethum 

Confined to-day. Twins, one alive, a girl. 

Mother not expected to live . . . Angina 
Confined to-day. Twins, both dead, Mother well Angllifer 
Confined to-day. Twins, both dead. Mother 

weak Anguinus 

Confined to-day. Twins, both dead. Mother 

not expected to live .... Anguipes 
Confined yesterday, JSoy, both doing well . Anguis 
Confined yesterday, JSoy, dead. Mother well. Angolus 
Confined yesterday. Boy, dead. Mother 

fairly well Angustia 

Confined yesterday. Girl, both doing welj . .Anhelo 
Confined yesterday. Girl, dead. Mother 

well ...... ... Anicetnm 

Confined yesterday. Girl, dead. Mother fairly 

well Aniciana 

Confined yesterday. Twins, both boys, all well Am'lis 
Confined yesterday. Twins, both girls, all 

well • . • • • • • • Anlmalis 



UNIVERSAL TELEQBAPHIO PHBASE-BOOK IS 

Confined yesterday. Twins , boy and girl, all 

well . . . . . '. . Anlmatio 

Confined yesterday, Twins, one alive, a boy, 

Motherwell Animor 

Confined yesterday. Twins, one alive, a boy, 

Mother weak AnimoSTlS 

Confined yesterday. Twins, one alive, a boy, 

Mother not expected to live . . . AniSTim 
Confined yesterday. Twins, one alive, a girl, 

Motherwell ..... A-nnfllift 

Confined yesterday, Thoins, one alive, a girl. 

Mother weak AnnavigO 

Confined yesterday. Twins, one alive, a girl. 

Mother not expected to live . . . AZLnexuB 
Confined yesterday. Twins, both dead. Mother 

well . Annif er 

Confined yesterday. Twins, both dead. Mother 

weak . Annoiiai 

Confined yesterday, Thoins, both dead. Mother 

not expected to live .... Annosus 

Book is not yet published .... Annumero 

Book is not published by us . . . Annuntio 

Book is out of print Anodyna 

The published price of the book is — • . AnoniuiH 

Book will be published about : — . . . Anormis 

Last edition of booik completely sold out . Ansatus 

New edition of book will be ready — . . AnteagO 

Bring home or order from — • . • . Antecedo 

Bring home or ord^r from the Stores — . Antefero 

Bring home or send at once — 7 . . . Antenna 

Bring home with you — . • . • Antepono 

Bring home ydth you from -^ • • • Antequazu 

Bring home with you from the Stores — > • Antesto 



14 



"UmOODE'': 



Bring some fish with you to-day . 
Bring some fruit with you to-day 
Bring some game with you to-day . 
Bring with you when next you come . 

Business. (Refer to Health.) 

Business is suspended on account of hoK- 

days 

Business will be entertained 

Cannot be at business to-day 

Cannot be at business to-day ; am suffering 

from an attack of — . . 
Cannot be at business to-day ; bring letters, 

&C.J here ....•• 
Cannot be at business to-day ; send anything 

requiring my attention here . 
Cannot be at business to-day; send clerk 

with letters, tel^rams, &c. . 
Uannot be at business to-day; send messen- 
ger with letters, &c. .... 
Cannot be at business to-day ; too unwell . 
Cannot be at business to-day ; unnecessary to 

send messenger, but post letters • 
Cannot be at business to-day until late 
Cannot be at business for a few days • 
Cannot be at business for a few days ; letter 

by post . . . . . 
Do not do the business .... 
Do you consider the business sound 
When will business be concluded 



Antetuli 
Antevolo 
Anthedon 
Anthera 



Anthrax 
Anticipo 
Anticus 

Antidotum 

Antistes 

Antlia 

Antrum 

Anxietas 
Anxifer 

Anxiferum 

Apage 

Apagesis 

Apathes 
Apecula 
Aperio 
Apertura 



Buy for me on best terms .... Apexabo 

Can bu^ at — Apliaca 

Can buy more on same terms . . . Aplustre 

Can you buy •— Apocynon 

Can you buy at . . . . . . Apolecti 

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Can you luy more on same terms 

Cannot buy at — 

Cannot buy more 

Do not buy 

Do not buy any more . 

What price can you buy at 

What price did you buy at 

What quantity can you buy 

What quantity did you buy 

Call at once upon — . • 
Call at post office for letters 
Call at this address . 
Call here on your way to business 
Call here on your way from business 
Call here to-day if possible 
Call here to-day, without fail 
Call on me at my office 
Call on me at my office at once 
Do not call upon 
Calling on you to-day 
Calling on you to-day on an important matter 
Calling on you to-day on important business 
Calling on you to-day with reference to — . 
Calling on you to-day as desired 

Cancel. (Refer to Telegram.) 

Cancel my previous telegram, and substitute 
following 

Cawcd^ orders already given respecting — . 

Cancel orders at any cost, reply by tele- 
gram • • • • • • • 

Cancel orders if not already attended to 

Cancel orders if not already attended to, 
letter follows • . • ' • 

Cancel orders in my telegram • • • 



Apologus 

Apostema 

Apotheca 

Appareo 

Appendix 

Appendo 

Appensus 

Appeto 

Appiana 

Applaudo 

Apporto 

Appositus 

Appotus 

Apprlme 

Apprimus 

Appulsus 

Aprilis 

Apronia 

Aprugnus 

Apsis 

Apsyctos 

ApyrtLLus 

Apynim 

Aqua 



Aquator 
Aquosus 

ArabUis 
Aranea 

Araneola 
Aratnim 



16 



"* UNICODE '\' 



Cancel orders in my telegram^ letter by post 
Cancel orders in my letter .... 
Cancel orders previously sent^ and substitute 

following — . • . . 

Cancel orders, wait further instructions 
Cannot cancel oxAArSy already attended to . 
Cannot cancel orders already attended to, 

letter follows 



Arbiter 
Arbitror 

Arboreus 

Arbusto 

ArbustTim 

ArbutexLS 



Carriage must be charged forward • 
Carriage must be prepaid . 
Carriage must be sent for me . 
Carriage need not be sent for me 

Charge has been made in error 
Charge has been withdrawn 
Am I to take charge of — . 
Take charge of — 
Take charge of everything . 
Take charge of eyexything until my arrival . 
Whom do you wish to take charge of — 
Charges must be paid by — 

Shall I pay charges 

Who will pay the charges .... 

• 

Cheque. (Refer to Mokey, Remittance.) 

Cheqive is sent to-day 

Cheque has been duly paid .... 
Cheque has been lost. Stop payment • 
Cheque has been presented and paid • 
Cheque has been presented and returned 

marked — ....... . . 

Cheque returned unpaid, send cash by return 

of post •••... 
Cheque will he sent to-morrow ... 
Has cheque b^en p^'id 



ArcanxLS 
Arclion 
Arctps 
Arcturus 

Arcuatim 

Ardelio 

Ardenter 

Ardesco 

Arduitas 

Arefacio 

Arenosus 

Arenula 

Areola 

Argema 



Argemone 
Argentum 
Argilla 
Argus 

Arguto 

Argyritis 

Axiditas 

Arieto 



TJNIVEB8AL TELEQBAPHIC PHBA8E-B00K 17 

Has cheque been sent Aritudo 

How was cheque sent .... ArmarilTm. 

Make cheque payable to bearer . . . .Armatura 

Make cheque payable to our order . . Armifer 

Send uncrossed cheque payable to bearer . Aroma 

Ohristmas greetings to you • .* . . Arrectus 

OircumstaJices beyond my control compel me to 

decline ...... Arrexi 

Circumstances beyond my control prevent my 

accepting Arrliabo 

Under no circumstances .... Axripio 

What are the circumstances of the case . Axrisor 

Claim has been allowed . . . . . Arsurus 

Claim has been disallowed . . . . Artemon 

Send us particulars of the claim . . . Arteria 

Oome as soon as you can .... Articiilo 

Can you come here Arvalis 

Cannot come to-day Arviiia 

Cannot come to-night,Iaccept my apologies . Aruspex 

Cannot come until — Asarum 

Do not come Asbolus 

Do n«t come, am leaving for home • • . Ascendo 

Do not come, reasons by letter . . . Ascopera 

Do not come until you get my letter . . Ascribo 

Do not come until — .... Asellus 

Glad to hear you are coming . . . Asinarius 
Glad to hear you are coming, will meet 

you Asotus 

Commence as soon as possible . . ^ . Aspecto 

Cannot commence before . . . . Aspergo 

When do you commence • • • • Aspemor 



18 



" UmOODE " ; 



Oommission mast be provided for of — . 
Commission will be allowed of — 
What commission will be allowed 

Oommunication by telephone is interrupted 
Address all communications to — 
In communication with — . 
In communication respecting the — 



Aspexi 
Aspicio 
Aspiro 

Asplenon 
Asporto 
Aspretum 
Assecla 



Oompliments of the season . . . . Assector 
Compliments of the season to all from all here Assensio 



Comply with their requirements as far as you can 
Comply with their requirements in all respects 
Comply with their requirements under protest 
Cannot comply with your wishes 
Will comply with your wishes 

Compromise^ if you think it desirable 
Compromise on the terms indicated 
Compromise upon any terms . . 
Jio not compromise . . . 

Concerts. (See Theatbes and Concebts.) 

Conclude negotiations at once^ or break off 
Have you come to uny conclusion 

Condole with you in our mutual great loss 
Condole with you in your great loss . 

Confidential agent will be sent on our behaH . 
Following is strictly confidential 

Congratulate you on the birth of a daughter . 
Congratulate you on the birth of a son 
Congratulate you on the happy event • 



Assequor 

Assero 

Assessor 

Assevero 

Assicco 

Assideo 
Assigno 
Assimulo 
Assisto 



Associo 
Assolet 

Assuesco 
Assiilose 

AssTilto 
Assyrius 

Astaphis 
Asterion 
Asterno 



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Congratulate 
Congratulate 
Congratulate 
Congratulate 
Congratulate 
Congratulate 
Congratulate 
Congratulate 



you on the well-merited honour 
you on your appointment 
you on your birthday 
you on your good fortune 
you on your marriage 
you on your promotion 
you on your safe arrival 
you on your suocess 



Ooi\joint action is advisable . 
Are you acting in conjunction 

Consequences will be very serious . 
It is of great consequence . 
It is of no consequence 

Oonsideration must be given to the proposal 
Cannot reply without further consideration 

Consignment duly despatched 
Consignment duly received . 
How is it consigned .... 



Consult some authority in the matter 

Consult some authority in the matter and 

let me know result .... 
Consult your business agent 
Consult your business agent and let me 

know result 

Consult your friends 

Consult your friends and let me know result 
Consult your legal adviser .... 
Consult your legal adviser and let me know 

result . . . ' . 
Consult your stockbroker .... 
Consult your stockbroker and let me know 

result) ••••••• 



Astituo 

Astrepo 

Astrifer 

Astringo 

Astrum 

Astruxi 

AstTirco 

Atavus 

Atliara 
Atheroma 

Athleta 

Atocium 

Atricolor 

Atrioluin 
Atriplex 

Atrium 

AtropMa 

AttactuB 

Attagen 

Attestor 
Attexo 

Atthis 
AttoUo 
Attonite 
Attonsus 

Attractus 
Attraho 

Attremo 



20 



"UNICODE": 



Have consulted business agent^ who says — 

Have consulted business agent^ will post par- 
ticulars 

Have consulted friends, who say — 

Have consulted friends, will post you parti- 
culars ....... 

Have consulted legal adviser, who says — . 

Have consulted legal adviser, will post par- 
ticulars ....... 

Have consulted stockbroker, who says — 

Have consulted stockbroker, will post par- 
ticulars i . • . 

Cannot attend the consultation . 

When is the consultation fixed for 

Oontinue to advise fully by letter . 
Continue to advise fully by telegram 
Continue the negotiation . 



(Oonvenient) — It is quite convenient 
It is not convenient . 
Whichever is most convenient 
Will it be convenient to 



Cost is estimated at — . 
Cost must not exceed — 
Cannot estimate cost . 



Oountermand the order at once 
It has been countermanded 

Country post has been delayed 

Will reply on my return from the country . 
Will telegraph on arrival in the country 
Will write on arrival in the country . 
— is in the country , will communicate with 
him and then reply . . * 



Attritus 

Auctio 
AucupiTim 

Aiidacia 
Audax 

Audenter 
Auditio 

Aufero 

Aufagio 

Augesco 

Angmen 

Aiiguriuin 

Aiiletes 

Aiireolus 
Auresco 
Auriciila 
Aurifex 

Auriga 

Auritus 

Aurora 

Ausculto 
Auspicor 

Austerus 
Avaritia 
Avarus 
Aveho 

Caballus 



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Damage is serious .... 

Damage is slight 

How long will it take to repair damage 

How was damage caosed . 

What is aijQLOunt of damage done . 



Date of last letter is — . 
What date do you arrive . 
What date do you leave 
What date does trial commence . 
What date does your leave commence 
What date does your leave terminate 
What date was your last letter . 
What date was your last telegram 



Day after to-morrow 

How many day% can you allow . 
In the course of the day 
In the course of the last few day% 
In the course of the next few day» 

Dealt with them for many years 



(Deaths) 

Lied 
Died 
Died 
Died 

Died 
Lied 
Lied 
Lied 
Lied 
Lied 
Baby 
Baby 



— When did he (or she) die 
suddenly^ come at once 
suddenly^ do not come, will write you, 
suddenly, require instructions 
suddenly, will write particulars 
to-day, come at once • 
to-day, do not come, will write 
to^y, wiU write particulars 
yesterday, come at once 
yesterday, do not come, will write 
yesterday, will write particulars . 
died to-day, particulars by letter 
died yesterday, particulars by letter 



Cacabus 

Cachexia 

Cachinno 

Cachla 

Cadaver 

Cadivus 

Cadmites 

Caduceum 

Caelamen 

Caelum 

Calcitro 

Calefacio 

Caligo 

Callidiis 

Calthula 

Calvaria 

Calvatus 

Calyx 

Camella 

Camera 

Caminor 

Cancello 

Cancer 

Candela 

Candesco 

CaniCTila 

Canopus 

Cantamen 

Cantator 

Canticum 

Capedo 

Capella 



22 



"UNICODE": 



Laughter died to-day, particulars by letter . 
Daughter died yesterday, particulars by letter 
Father died to-day, come at once 
Father died to-day, do not come, will write 

you 

Father died yesterday, particulars by letter . 
Father died to-day, particulars by letter 
Grandchild died to-day, will write you 
Grandchild died yesterday, will write you . 
Grandfather died to-day, will write you 
Grandfather died yesterday, will write you . 
Grandmother died to-day, will write you 
Grandmother died yesterday, will write you. 
Husband died to-day, come at once 
Husband died to-day, do not come, will 

write you 

Husband died to-day, particulars by letter . 
Husband died yesterday, particulars by letter 
Mother died to-day, come at once 
Mother died to-day, do not come, will write 

you 

Mother died to-day, particulars by letter 

Mother died yesterday, particulars by letter. 

Sister died to-day, come at once .. 

Sister died to-day, do not come, will write you 

Sister died to-day, particulars by letter 

Sister died yesterday, particulars by letter . 

Son died to-day, come at once 

Son died to-day, do not come, will write you 

Son died to-day, particulars by letter . 

Son died yesterday, particulars by letter 

Wife died to-day, come at once . 

Wife died to-day, do not come, will write you 

Wife died to-day, particulars by letter 

Wife died yesterday, particulars by letter . 

Take charge of all effects, letter by post 



Capistro 

Capitium 

Capnitls 

Cappa 

CapsTila 

Captatio 

Captiose 

Captus 

Carbasus 

Carbo 

Cardisce 

Carectum 

Carmino 

Camifex 
Carplios 
Carpinus 
Carptim 

Carruca 

Caryotis 

Casta 

Cassida 

Castanea 

Castigo 

Castus 

Catasta 

Cathedra 

Catillus 

Caucon 

Caudex 

Caupona 

Caiisatio 

Cautim 

Cavator 



UNIVEBSAL TELEGRAPHIC PHBA8E-B00K. 23 

Funeral takes place at — . • . . Caveo 

Funeral takes place on the — . . . Cedo 
Funeral takes place and. trust you will come 

on the — CedratTis 

When does yV^w^rai? take place . • . Cedrium 
Send me a lock of his (or her) hair . . Celeber 
Will cannot be found .... Cellllla 
Will cannot be founds can you give any in- 
formation Celsus 

Has made a Will which is now in the 

custody of — . . . . . Cenchris 

Has made no Will . . . . . Censlo 

Decision. (Refer to Final.) 

Decision may be expected about — . . Centruni 

When will it be decided .... Centuria 

Decline to accept Cepa 

Decline to accept^ except on terms proposed. Cepetum 
Decline to accept^ except on terms already 

mentioned . . . . . . Cephalus 

Decline to accept on any conditions . . CeppllTlS 

Decline to accept on terms mentioned . . Cepiirica 

Decline to accept the responsibility . . Ceraria 

Decline to accept imder any circumstances . Cerastes 

Deduction proposed is agreed to • • • Ceratium 

No deduction can be allowed . . • Cerberus 

Will pay on deduction .... Cerealis 

Delay departure Cerifico 

Delay departure until you receive my letter Cemo 

Belay departure until you hear again . . Ceroma 

Cannot be longer delayed . . . . Cerritns 

Further delay is unnecessary . . . Certamen 

Is any delay likely to occur • • • Cervix 
. 



24 



''UNICODE'' 



It was unavoidably delayed 
There will be considerable delay • 
There will be some delay • • 



Cestiis 

Cetariiis 

Chalcis 



Deliver only against payment 

Can only deliver on prepayment . • 

Cannot be delivered owing to insufficient 
address 

Cannot deliver the goods by the time 
named 

Cannot deliver the goods until — 

Do not deliver until you receive instruc- 
tions 

Delivery can be made at once 

Delivery can be made in — 



Chaos 
Charta 

Chelonia 

Chelys 
Chersos 

Chia 

Chimaera 

Clilamys 



Departure. (Refer to Delay^ Dbtained^ 

Embabking^ Leaving^ Passage^ Train^ 

Wbathbe.) 
Departure postponed ... 
Departure postponed until — 
Departure postponed until next mail 
Departure postponed for a few days 
Departure postponed for one month 
Departure postponed for one months letter 

follows 

Departure postponed for six weeks 
Departure postponed for six weeks^ letter 

follows 

Departure postponed for two months . 
Depa/rture postponed for two months, letter 

follows 



Chlorion 

Chorus 

Chreston 

Chroma 

Chrysos 

Clbalis 
Ciborium 

Cicatrix 
Cicera 

Ciconia 



Describe exactly what you want 
Describe the position folly . 



Cimex 
Cimolia 



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25 



Send us detailed description 
We must have better description 



CinctTira 
Cinguluni 



Despatch is of utmost importance . . . Ciniflo 

Cannot be despatched before — . . . Circa 

When will you despatch . . • . Circiter 

Will be despatched by — . . . . Circulus 

Has been already despatched . • . Circamdo 

Detained here . . . . . . - Cisium 

Detained here by contrary winds^ will advise 

departure . . . . . . Cista 

Detained here by heavy gale, will advise 

departure . ... . . Cistifer 

Detained here, cannot return to-day . . Citerior 

Detained here, cannot return to-night . • Citliara 

Detained here, do not expect me . • . Citinnis 

Detained here, do not expect me until — . Citnini 

Detained here, do not wait . . . CivicilS 

Detained here, do not wait, will follow . Clamito 

Detained here, expect me about ^ — • . Clamor 

Detained here, expect to leave about — . Clango 

Detained here owing to private alhirs • Clathro 

Detained here, shall be with you later. . ClavTllTlS 

Detained here, shall dine at the club • • Clemens 

Detained here, shall not be home to dinner . Clepere 

Detained here, will return — . • • Clibanus 

Detained here, will return to-night . . Clinamen 

Detained here, will return to-morrow • . Clinice 

Detained here for a few days . . . Clivina 

Detained here for a few days, letter by post. Clivosiis 

Detained here until next mail . . . Cloaca 

Detained here until next mail, letter by post Cludo 



DiflSculties. (Refer to Anticipate.) 

Difficult to carry out your requirements 
c 2 



ClTinis 



26 " UNICODE'*: 

Difficulties exist, but they may be overcome Clypeus 

Difficulties exist which camiot be overcome . Coactio 

Do any difficulties exist .... Coactus 

Diligence is of greatest importance . . . Coaggero 

Diligence shall be exercised . . . Coagulum 

Dimensions in detail must be sent us . . Coalesco 



(Dinner Engagements) — Acc^t your invitation 

to dine Ooarcto 

Accept your invitation to dinCy and will call 

at — Ooaxatio 

Accept your invitation to dine, and will wait 

here for you Ooccinus 

— dines with us this evening • . . Codes 

— dines with us this evening, and remains 

the night Ooctivus 

— dines with us this evening, but leaves 

early . . • Codex 

— dines with us thi& evening, shall leave it 
entirely to you Ooetus 

— dines with us this evening, will be glad 

if you will join us .... Cognatns 

Dining out this evening, do not expect me 

until — Cognomen 

Dining out this evening, send my dress 

clothes here Cognosco 

Dining out this evening, send my dress 

clothes to — Ooliors 

Dining out this evening, will join you at — Ooliortor 
Dining out this evening with — . . OolapllTlS 

Beceived invitation to dine with — • . Collabor 
Received invitation to dine and Theatre this 

evening with — CoUaria 

Received invitation to dine and Theatre, can 

you come CoUaudo 



UNIVERSAL TELEGBAPHIC PHRASE-BOOK. 27 

Received invitation to dine and Theatre, 

shall I accept Collectio 

Will dine with you on the — . . . Collido ■ 

Will dine with you to-day . . . . Colloco 

Will dine with you to-day, and wait your 

arrival at — • . • . . CoUTim 

Will dine with you to-day, and call at — . Collybus 

Will dine with you to-morrow . . . CoUyra 

Will dine withyouto-morrow,and wait foryou Colonia 

Will dine .with you to-morrow, and call for 

you . . . • . • . Colorate 

Will dine with you on Monday . . . Colossus 

Will dine with you on Tuesday . . . Colmnba 

Will dine with you on Wednesday . . Colurmis 

Will dine with you on Thursday . . Coluthea 

Will dine with you on Friday . . . Comatus 

Will dine with you on Saturday. . . ConiiCTlS 

Will dine with you on Sunday . • . Comitilini 

Will you dine with me — . . . Cornmadeo 

^*7^ you dine with me to-day at — . . Commigro 

Will you dine with me to-day, will call on 

you at — CoTTTmitto 

Will you dine with me to-day at the Club 

at — • Commode 

Will you dine with me to-day, and call for 

me at — Commorit 

Will you dine with me to-day here at — . Commuto 

Will you dine with me to-day with a few 

friends, at — ' Compactio 

Will you dine with me to-morrow at — . Compago 
Will you dine with me to-morrow at the 

Club, at — Compasco 

Will you dine with me to-morrow here at — Compedis 
Will you dine with me to-morrow with a 

few friends, at — Oompello 



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" UNICODE": 



Will you dine 

on you at - 

Will you dine 

for me at 
fr ill you dine 
Will you dine 
Will you dine 
Will you dine 
Will you dine 



with me to-morrow^ will call 
with me to-morrow^ and call 



Will you dine with me on Monday at — 

with me on Tuesday at — 
with me on Wednesday at - 
with me on Thursday at — 
with me on Friday at — 

Will you dine with me on Saturday at — 

Will you dine with me on Sunday ^at — -. 

Will you dine with me on the — 



Directions have been given . 
What directions have been given 

Disbursements amount to — . 

Send full account of disbursements 
What do disbursements amount to 



Compingo 

Compitum 

Complano 

Complico 

Compos 

Comprimo 

ComptTis 

Concivi 

Conclamo 

Concluse 

Ooncolor 
Concoquo 

Conculco 

ConcTimbo 

Condemno 



Dispatch. (See Despatch.) 

Dispose of it as you please 
Please hold at disposal of — 
Would they be disposed to — 

Dispute has arisen between — . 
There is no dispute . . . 
What is the cause of the dispute 

« « • 

(Distance) — ^What is the distance 



Do as you propose • 
Do as you think best . 
Do your utmost for our joint benefit 
Do your utmost in the matter 



. Oondoleo 

. Condris 

. Conduxi 

. Condylns 

. Confero 

. ConjQisus 

. Conformo 



Confasns 
Oongelo 
Congeries 
Congius 



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J)o your utmost on my behalf 

Have done as you requested • • • 

Doctor. (Refer to Health^ Medicinb.) 

Docnments. (Refer to Acknowlbdge.) 

Documents are signed. What is to be done 

with them 

Documents for your signature have been 

forwarded •••••• 

Documents for your signature have been for- 
warded by registered letter . 
Documents signed and returned you 
Documents signed and posted to-day . 
Documents will be signed — • • • 
Documents will be signed and sent you — • 



Conglobo 
Congruo 



Congruum 
Conifer 

Coniferam 

Conisso 

Oonjugo 

Conjiix 

Connexus 



(Effort) — ^Every effort has been made 
(Elsewhere) — Shall I try elsewhere 

Embarking on board the — • 
When do you embari • 



• Conopeuin 
. Conquiro 

• Conscius 
. Conseco 



Empower you to act for me • 

— is empowered to act 

Is he empowered to act • 

— is not empowered to act • 

(Enclosure) — Send for enclosure to-day to 
Send for enclosure to-morrow to — 

Enquire fully and report by letter . 

Enquire fully and report by telegram • 
Enquire of agents respecting — • 



Consepio 
Consisto 
Consolor 
Consors 

Conspno 
Consulto 

Contagio 

Contendo 

Continue 



30 



"UmCODE'*: 



Enquire oi isaaners .. • 
Enquire of railway company 

Have made enquiries 

Save made enquiries and will post you 

result) • • t • • • • 

Save made enquiries of agents^ who say — 

Save made enquiries of carriers^ who 

say — . 

Save made enquiries of railway company^ 

who sd»y — . 

Erection is proceeding rapidly 
Erection is proceeding slowly 
How is erection proceeding 
How long will erection take 



Contorsi 

Contra 

Oontremo 

Contumax 
Contnndo 

Oonvecto 

Converse 

Convex! 
Conviva 
Convoco 
Convolve 



Error has arisen C.onus 

It is a clerical error . • . • . Coopto 



(Essential) — Do you consider it essential 
It is most essential . 
It is not essential 



Estimates cannot be furnished before — 
Estimate has been accepted 
Estimate has been rejected 
Estimated loss is — . 
Estimated profit is — ^ 
Estimates are high • . 
Estimates are low 
Estimates will be sent on by — 
Can you giva us an estimate 
What is the estimated value of — 



ETerjrthing arranged 

Everything left entirely to you 



Coquino 

Coram 

Corbnla 

CorcnlTis 

Cordyla 

.Comipes 

Corolla 

Corpus 

• 

Corrado 

Corsa 

Cosmeta 

Cotoneum 

Cottana 

Cotnmix 
Crabro 



JJNIVEBSAL TELEQBAPHIC PHBA8E-B00K. 31 

Examination will take place on the — . • Crapula 

Failed in the :Examination .... Orassus 

Passed successfully in the Examination . Crates 

Exception cannot be made .... Creatrix 

Exception will be made . • . . CredulTlS 

Executors appointed are — . • . . Crematio 

Who are appointed executors . . . Cremo 

Expect. (Refer to Health.) 

Expect to be with you — . • . . Crepida 

Expect to be with you this evening . . Crepitus 

Expect to be with you to-morrow . . Cribniin 

Expect to be with you in a few days . . Crispiis 

Expect to be with you in time for — . . Croceus 

Am daily expecting to receive information . Crocota 
Have been expecting letter from my husband. 

Telegraph how he is . . . . Cnidesco 
Have been expecting letter from my wife. 

Telegraph how she is . • . . Crudus 
Have been ^^^(^^iVi;^ letter. Telegraph health 

of — Crumena 

Have been expecting letter. Telegraph how 

you are getting on. . . . . . Crusta 

Have been expecting letter. Telegraph news Crux 

Have been expecting to hear from you . • Crypta 
Have been expecting/ to hear from you. Are 

you well .... . . . Cubatns 

Have been expecting to hear from you. Very 

anxious CuCTima 

Expenses to be paid by — . . . Culearis 

At whose expense . • . . . Culminia 

Do your utmost to avoid unnecessary expense Cultor 



32 "UmCODE'': 




No expense must be incurred 


. Cultrix 


Will bear the expense . . . , 


• Cmniilate 


Experiments have been successful . 


. Cuneo 


Experiments have not been successful 


• Cnnque 


Report result of expertments 


. Cupa 


Explanation impossible by telegraph 


. Curcnlio 


Explanation sent by letter . 


. Cnriosus 


Facilitate matters as much as you can 


. Cursito 


Do nothing to facilitate them 


. Cnrvatio 


Shall be happy to offer b,jij facilities 


. Custodia 


Whsi facilities have they for — 


. Cuticula 


VihsA> facilities have you for — 


. Cyamos 


Fanlt has been remedied 


. Cybium 


Fault is entirely theirs 


. Cyrninuni 


Fault is ours . ... 


. Cynicus 


Fault is not ours . . 


. Cyiiomyla 


Fault is yours .... 


. Cyiiosiira 


What is the nature of i^e fault . 


. Cyperis 


\i2A faulty when it reached us . 


. Dabula 


Final decision come to is — . 


. Dactylifl 


Consider the ^^vAon final . 


. Daemon 


Ts your decision to be considered /^wj^ , 


. Darnnatio 


Find out all you can^ and report 


. Darn nose 


r 

Where can we find — . . 


. Danista 


HskYe found what is wanted 


. Dapalis 


Finish as quickly as possible . 


. Daphne 


Finis A work at any cost . . 


. Dartos 


Expect to he finished on -or about — , 


. Dasypus 


How soon can it he finished 


. Data,rins 



UNIVEEBAL TELEGBAPHIC PHBA8E-B00K, 33 

Fire broke out — Dealbo 

Fire broke out this morning . . . Decanto 
Fire broke out to-day, little damage, working 

as usual ....... Decennis 

Fire broke out to-day, great damage . • iDecessor 
Mre broke out to-day, great damage, work 

stopped Decidinm 

Fire broke out to-day, come at once . . Decoctor 

Mre broke out last night .... iDecollo 

Fire broke out last night, little damage . Decresco 

Fire broke out last nigbt, great damage . Decuria 

Fire broke out last night, still burning . iDecuTSTlS 

^ir^broke out here, place completelydestroyed Defamo 

Fire broke out close here, premises in danger Defectio 
Fire broke out close here, premises not in 

danger . . . . • . IDeflagTO 

Fire broke out in adjoining premises, ours in 

danger • • . • . . iDeflexi 

Fire broke out in adjoining premises, ours safe iDeformis 

Have had Skjlre, business as usual . . Defossus 

Fix a meeting for — ^ . Degener 

Fix a meeting for any day convenient to — Deglubo 

What date is. the meeting ^;r^^ for . . Degusto 

Follow it up immediately . • • • iDehisco 

The remainder mUl/ollow by next mail • Deinceps 

(Forget) — Bo not forget—- ... . Belabor 

Do not forget to bring — . . . . Delacero 

Do not forget to come this evening . . Delego 

Do not forget to-night^s engagement . . Deletrix 

Do not forget your appointment for to-day . Deli Tl quo 

Do not for get your appointment for to-morrow Deliro 

Forgotten my bag, please keep until — . Deltoton 

Forgotten my books, please keep until — • JDelubrum 



34 ''UNICODE": 

Forgotten my box, please keep until — . Demando 

Forgotten my keys, please keep until — . Demetor 

Forgotten my letters, please keep until — . Demigro 

Forgotten my luggage, please keep until — . Demitto 

Forgotten my overcoat, please keep until — . Demorior 

Forgotten my papers, please keep until — . Denajius 

Forgotten my parcel, please keep until — . Denascor 

Forgotten my portmanteau, please keep until Denique 

Forgotten my purse, please keep until — . Dens 

Forgotten tsiy things, please keep imtil — . Dentale 

Forgotten my umbrella, please keep until — Dentitio 

Forgotten my waterproof, please keep until — Denudo 
Forgotten my bag, please send immediately 

to — . Demimero 

Forgotten my books, please send immediately 

to — Depactus 

Forgotten my box, please send immediately 

to — Dependo 

Forgotten my keys, please send immediately 

to — Deplumis 

Forgotten my letters, please send immediately 

to — . Depopulo 

Forgotten my luggage, please send imme* 

diately to — Depiimo 

Forgotten my overcoat, please send imme- 
diately to — .*.... Depso 

Forgotten my papers, please send imme* 

diately to — Depulsio 

Forgotten my parcel, please send imme- 
diately to — Depygis 

Forgotten my portmanteau, please send im- 
mediately to — Derosus 

Jbr^0^^^^mypurse,pleasesendimmediatelyto — Derumpo 
Forgotten my things, please send immediately 

to — Descendo 



JJNIVEB8AL TELEGBAPmC PHBABE.BOOK, 



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Forgotten my umbrella^ please send imme- 
diately to — 

Forgotten my waterproof^ please send 
mediately to — . 



Forward. (Refer to Send^ Lettebs.) 

Forward any communications there may 

waiting for me to — 
Forward my luggage here • 
Forward my luggage to — 
Forward my things here 
Forward my things to — . 
How have my letters he&n forwarded 
They shall hQ forwarded by next post 
When will jom forward 
Will he forwarded immediately • 

Freight cannot be obtained 
Freight has been engaged . 
Cannot ohtmi freight enough 
W)aB,t freight can you obtain 

Funeral. (Refer to Deaths.) 



. I>escribo 



mi- 



. Deserter 



be 



Desidia 

Designo 

Desisto 

Desitiim 

Despecto 

Despicor 

Despolio 

Desubito 

Desuper 

Deterius 
Detomo 
Devectus 
Devello 



Get on quickly with — Dextans 

*Get on quickly with work • • • • Diadema 

Olad to hear from you Diallage 



Go as quickly as possible 

Oo as quickly as possible to — • 



. Diametros 
• Dianozne 



Goods. (Refer to Aesiyal^ Invoices^ Obdeb^ 
Pattern, Quality, Quantity, Sample, 
Send.) 
(7oo^« arrived in bad condition . 



Diapente 



36 



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Goods arrived in bad condition ; letter follows 
Goods arrived safe . . ... 
Goods arrived slightly damaged ; letter 

follows 

Goods left by — . . . * . 

Goods not arrived — 

Goods not arrived ; make enquiries . 
Goods not arrived; make enquiries. Am 

doing so here 

Goods not arrived ; when did they leave 
Goods not arrived ; when did they leave^ and 

how 

Goods on order waiting remittance . 
Have you received the ^oods 
Have you received the ^oods sent by — 
Have you received the ^oods sent on the — . 



Ooarantee must be given 

The quality must be guaranteed . 
Who will guarantee us 
Will guarantee to the extent of — 
Will you guarantee — 



Happy New Year . . . . 

Happy New Year to all 

Happy New Year to all at home • 



Health. (Refer to Business^ Expect^ Medi- 
cine^ Pbogeess.) 
Amputation is considered necessary 
Amputation is considered unnecessary 
Attack is considered serious 
Attack is considered not serious, . 
Attack is considered trifling 
Has changed for the worse^ but doctor gives 
hope ... 



Diatoni 
Diaulus 

Dicatura 
Dictator 
Diduco 
Diecula 

Diffamo 
Diffido 

DlGfase 

Digero 

Digestio 

Dignosco 

Dijudico 

Dilamtno 

Dilapsus 

DUorico 

Dilutium 

Dimadeo 

Dimidius 

Diminuo 

Dimotud 



Dionysia 

Dlota 

Diphris 

Diploma 

Dipsacon 

Dipsas 



JJNIVEB8AL TELEGBAFmC THBASTS-BOOK. 



37 



Has changed for the worse and doctor gives 
no hope . . .... 

Has changed ioT the worse and doctor gives 
no hope, come quickly .... 

Has changed for the worse and doctor gives 
no hope, useless your coming 

Condition has changed slightly for better .. 

C^^rf^W^^ is unchanged . . . . 

A consulting physician has been called in 

A consulting physician is not required . 

Continues to improve 

Is able to attend to correspondence 

Is unable to attend to correspondence . 

Doctor considers the crisis safely over . 

Doctor has ordered solid food 

Doctor is more hopeful to-day 

Doctor states the illness to be — 

Consult your doctor 

Consult your doctor and let me know result . 

Have consulted doctor and he considers — . 

Have consulted doctor, will post you particu- 
lars 
Fever is increasing . 
Fever is subsiding 
Is able to go out for a drive 
Is unable to go out tor a drive 
Is able to go out for a walk 
Is unable to go out for a walk 
Illness commenced on the — 
The improvement is sustained 
The improvement is not sustained 

Invalid better; doctor recommends 

of air . . 
Invalid is now out of da^nger 
Invalid is now quite well . 



hange 



Diradio 
Directio 

■ 

Direxi 

Discoquo 

Discretus 

Discnrro 

Dispando 

Dispar . 

Dispense 

Displodo 

Dispudet 

Disquiro 

Dissero 

Dissideo 

Dissocio 

Dissono 

Distraxi 

Ditesco 

Diva 

Divarico 

Diverse 

Divisio 

Diumus 

Docilis 

Docte 

Doctrina 

Dogma 

Dolatus 

Dolenter 

Doliunx 



88 



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Invalid is now quite well and will write 

you 

Invalid recommended change of air by doctor^ 

and as soon as convalescent will go to -^ 
Invalid the same^ doctor, recommends change 

of air 

Is able to undertake the journey . 

Is unable to undertake the journey 

Can take no nourishment . 

Can take no nourishment , come if possible . 

Operation has been performed successfully . 

Operation has been performed without success 

Patient has become unconscious • 

Patient is now quite conscious . 

Patient is still unconscious 

Is able to be removed from bed . 

Is unable to be removed from bed 

Is able to be removed to another room 

Is unable to be removed to another room 

Passed a sleepless nighty and is feverish this 

pioming 

Slept well^ and has taken nourishment this 

morning 
Is rapidly regaining strength . 
Symptoms are not'considered alarming. 
Symptoms show great improvement 
Symptoms show no improvement. 
Taken ill . . . . 
Taken ill^ cannot come 
Taken ill, cannot come to-day 
Taken ill, cannot come this week. 
Taken ill, cannot keep appointment 
Taken ill, cannot leave 
Taken ill slightly, do not be alarmed 
Taken ill slightly, letter by post . 
Taken ill slightly, no necessity for doctor 



Domator 

Domitrix 

Domo 

Donarium 

Donax 

Dormisco 

Drapeta 

Draucus 

Dryades 

Dubito 

Ducatus 

Ducenti 

Duellmn 

Dulcedo 

Dulcifera 

Dummodo 

Duodecim 

Duplex 

Dtiplico 

Duramen 

Dureta 

Durities 

Dysnria 

Fabacia 

Fabarius 

FabrLca 

Fabrilis 

Fabularis 

Fabulose 

Facesso 

Facetus 



UNIVEB8AL TELEGBAFHIC PHBASE-BOOK. 39 

Taken ill slightly, no necessity for doctor, 

will write Facilis 

Taken ill slightly, will telegraph again . Facticius 

Taken ill slightly, will telegraph again if no 

better Factito 

Taken ill slightly, will telegraph again if 

worse FacTila 

Taken ill slightly, unable to travel to-day . Facultas 
Taken ill slightly, unable to see you to- 
day Fageus 

Taken ill suddenly . . . . . Fagineus 

Taken ill suddenly, come at once . . Falarica 

Taken ill suddenly, send doctor immediately. Falcifer 
Taken .ill suddenly, send doctor and come 

. yourself Falco 

Taken ill suddenly, and dangerously . . Falere 
Taken ill suddenly, and dangerously, come 

at once Falemuni 

Taken ill with fever ..... Faliscus 

Taken ill with fever, do not come • . Fallacia 

Taken ill with fever, let children remain . Fall ax 

Telegraph h&dX^Ai ot — . . . . Falsus 

Telegraph health of Baby .... Famigef 

Telegraph health of Baby, shall I come . Famosus 

Telegraph health of Brother . . . Famulor 

Telegraph health of Brother, shall I come • Fandus 

Telegraph health of Children . . . Fanmn 

Telegraph health of Childreny shall I come . Farcimen 

Telegraph health of Daughter . . . Farcio 
Telegraph health of Daughter, shall I 

come . Farctura 

Telegraph health of Father . • . Famus 

Telegraph health of Father, shall I come . Farrago 

Telegraph health of Grandfather . . Fartilis 

Telegraph health of Grandfather, shall I 

come Fascino 

D 



40 "UNICODE'': 

Telegraph heidth of Grandmother . . Fasciola 
Telegraph health of Grandmother ^ shall I 

come Fastigo 

Telegraph health of Husband . . • £*astosus 

Telegraph health of Hushandy shall I come . Fatifer 

Telegraph health of invalid . . . Fatisco 

Telegraph health of Mother . . . Fatuitas 

Telegraph health of Mother, shall I come . Fatum 

Telegraph health of Sister .... Favere 

Telegraph health of Sister, shall I come . Favilla 

Telegraph health of Son .... Febma 

Telegraph health of Son, shall I come . . Fecialis 

Telegraph health of Wife .... Fecundo 

Telegraph health of Wife, shall I come . Felineus 

Telegraph health of yourself . . . Felix 

Telegraph health oi yourself , shall I come . Fellator 
Telegraph health of yourself, am very 

anxious Femella 

r<?ry much better . . . . • Femur 

Very much better, do not come/ will write . Fenebris 

Very much better, and improving fast . Fenero 

Very much better, and improving fast, do 

not come Fenestra 

Wound is healing rapidly .... Feralia 

Wound is healing satisfactorily . . . Fereola 

Wound is not healing satisfactorily . . Feretrum 

Wound is not healing very rapidly . . Ferio 
Please write fully present condition of 

patient Ferme 

(High) How high can I go . . . . Fermento 

How high can you go • • • . Ferocia 

It is too high ...... Ferox 

Hire if possible . • . . . . Ferreus 

Sire a conveyance to meet me at — . . FerrugO 



UNIVEB8AL TELEQBAFHIO FHBASEBOOK. 

Can you hire Femim 

Do not hire Fervesco 

Home by first train in morning . . . IPervldtLS 

Home by last train to-night . . . Ferula 

Home by first train on — . • . . Fervor 

Shall hot be home this evening . . . Festiva 

Shall not be horns this evening imtil — . Festuca 

Hotels, (liefer to Foeget^ Fobwabd^ Lug- 
gage.) 

Shall arrive about — o'clock . . . Fiber 

Shall arrive by the mail train . . . Fibra 

Shall arrive by the steamer due on — . . Fibratus 

Shall arrive by the train due at — . . Ficedula 

Reserve a single bedroom for me to-night • Ficetiun 
Reserve comfortable single bedroom for me 

to-night . . . . . . Ficosufil 

Reserve a single bedroom for me to-night, 

shall arrive at — .... Fictilis 

Reserve comfortable single bedroom for me 

to-night, shall arrive at — . . . ' Fictio 

* 

Reserve a single bedroom for me to-night, 

shall require — . . . . . Ficulus 
Reserve comfortable single bedroom for me 

to-night, shall require — ... Fidenter 

Reserve a single bedroom for me to-morrow . Fidicen 
Reserve a comfortable single bedroom for me 

to-morrow Fidicula 

Reserve a single bedroom for me to-morrow, 

shall arrive at — Fiducia 

Reserve a comfortable single bedroom for me 

to-morrow, shall arrive at — . . . Figlinus 
Reserve a single bedroom for me, arriving 

on — Figulina 

d2 



41 



42 " UNICODE" : 

Reserve a comfortable single bedroom for me^ 

arriving on — . . . . . Filatim 
Reserve a double bedroom for me for to-night Filidram 
Reserve a double bedroom for me^ not too 

high up, for to-night .... Filiola 
Reserve a double bedroom for me on — . Filiolus 
Reserve a double bedroom for me, not too 

high up, on— Filius 

Reserve a double-bedded room for to-night . Filunx 
Reserve a double-bedded room^ not too high 

up, for to-night Fimbria 

Reserve a double-bedded roam for — . . Finitio 
Reserve a double-bedded room, not too high 

up, for— Firmamen 

Reserve a single bedroom and sitting-room 

to-night, shall arrive — . . • Fimiitas 

Reserve a single bedroom and sitting-room 

to-night, shall arrive at — . . . Firmus 

Reserve a single bedroom and sitting-room 

to-night, shall require — ... Fiscina 

Reserve a single bedroom and sitting-room 

to-morrow Fissilis 

. Reserve a double bedroom and sitting-room 

to-night, shall arrive at — . . . Fissio 

Reserve a double bedroom and sitting-room 

to-night, shall require — ... Fissiira 

Reserve a double bedroom and sitting-room 

to-morrow Fistula 

Reserve two single bedrooms for to-night, 

shall arrive at — Flabilis 

Reserve two double bedrooms for to-night, 

shall arrive at — Flabrum 

Reserve two double-bedded rooms for to- 
night, shall arrive at — . . . Flaccida 

Reserve a single bedroom and a double bed- 
room for to-night, shall arrive at — • Flaccus 



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43 



Reserve a double bedroom and a double- 
bedded room for to-night, shall arrive at — 

Reserve two single bedrooms for — * . 

Reserve two double bedrooms for — . 

Reserve two double-bedded rooms for — 

Reserve a single bedroom and a double bed' 
room for — , • . . . 

Reserve a single bedroom and a, double-bedded 
room for — . . . 

Reserve a dotcble bedroom and a double- 
bedded room for — .... 

Reserve two single bedrooms and a sitting- 
room to-night, shaU arrive at — . . . 

Reserve two double bedrooms and a sitting- 
room to-night, shall arrive at — . 

Reserve two double-bedded rooms and a 
sitting-room to-night, shall arrive at — 

Reserve a sjngle bedroom, a double bedroom, 
and a sitting-room for to-night, shall 
arrive at — . • . 

Reserve a single bedroom, a double-bedded 
room, and a sitting-room for to-night, 
shall arrive at — . . . . . 

Reserve a double bedroom, a double-bedded 
room, and a sitting-room for to-night, 
shaJl arrive at— . . . • 

Reserve two single bedrooms and a sitting- 
room for — 

Reserve two double bedrooms and a sitting- 
room for — 

Reserve two double-bedded rooms and a 
sitting-room for — 

Reserve a single bedroom, a double bedroom, 
and a sitting-room for — 

Reserve a single bedroom, a double-bedded 
room, and a sitting-room for — • • 



Flagello 

Flagito 

Flagro 

Flagrum 

Flamen 

Flanuna 

Flammeus 

Flanunula 

Flatus 

Flaveo 



Flavesco 



Flecto 



Fletifer 



Flexuose 



Flexuosus 



Flexura 



Flictus 



Fligo 



44 



''UNICODE": 



Beserve a double bedroom, a double-bedded 

room, and a sitting-room for — 
Beserve three m^/tf i^^roo^^M^sliallarriveon — 

Beserve three double bedrooms, shall arrive 
on — 

Beserve three double-bedded rooms, shall 
arrive on — 

Beserve one single bedroom and two double 
bedrooms, shall arrive on — . 

Beserve one single bedroom, one double bed- 
room, and one double-bedded room, shall 
arrive on — 

Beserve one single bedroom and two double- 
bedded rooms, shall arrive on — 

Beserve two double bedrooms and one double- 
bedded room, shall arrive on — 

Beserve one double bedroom and two double- 
bedded room^, shall arrive on — 

Beserve three single bedrooms and a sitting- 
room^ shall arrive on — 

Beserve three double bedrooms and a sitting- 
room^ shall arrive on — ... 

Beserve three double-bedded rooms and a 
sitting-room, shall arrive on — 

Beserve one single bedroom, two double bed- 
rooms,3,nd a sitting-room, shall arrive on — 

Beserve one single bedroom, one double bed- 
room, one double-bedded room, and a 
sitting-room, shall arrive on — 

Beserve one single bedroom, two double- 
bedded rooms, and a sitting-room, shall 
arrive on — 

Baserve two double bedrooms, one double- 
bedded room, and a sitting-room, shall 
arrive on — 



FloraUs 
Floreus 

Floridtifl 

Florifer 

Fluctus 



FlTientom 



Fluta 



Fluvidus 



FItixLo 



Focale 



Focaneus 



Focillo 



Fodico 



Foliosus 



Folium 



FoUitim 



UNIVEB8AL TELEGRAPHIC PHBASE-BOOK. 



45 



Reserve one double bedroom, two double- 
bedded roomSy and a sitting-room^ shall 

arrive on — 

Reserve also one maid-servants' bedroom 
Reserve also two maid-servants' bedrooms . 
Reserve also one man-servants' bedroom 
Reserve also two men-servants' bedrooms 
Reserve beds for two gentlemen to-night 
Reserve beds for three gentlemen to-night . 
Reserve beds for four gentlemen to-night . 
Reserve beds for two gentlemen to-morrow . 
Reserve beds for three gentlemen to-mor- 
row 

Reserve beds for four gentlemen to-morrow . 
Reserve beds for two gentlemen for — 
Reserve beds for three gentlemen for — 
Reserve beds for four gentlemen for — 
Have a carriage with single horse ready for 

me at — o'clock . . 
Have a carriage with single horse at the 

station to meet train arriving — • 
Have a carriage with two horses ready for 
me at — o'clock ..... 
Have a carriage with two horses at the 

station to meet train arriving — . 
Have 2kfiy ready for me at — o'clock . 
Have a fly at the station to meet train 

arriving — . . . 
Have an omnibus at the station to meet 

train arriving -7- .... . 
Have dinner ready this evening punctually 

at — o'clock 

Requite dinner this evening in private room^ 

for — persons 

Reserve seats at the Table d'hdte dinner for 
— - persons •••••• 



Fomenta 

Forabilis 

Foramen 

Forceps 

Forem 

Forensis 

Forfex 

Forica 

Igneus 

Igmgena 

Ignipes 

Ignoro 

nex 

nicit 

ULcitiun 

Higneus 

niosus 

Ulabor 
Ulac 

niaqueo 

niapsa 

Blatro 

micio 

Ulitus 



46 



"UNICODE": 



as m- 



Have 3,Jire in the bedroom . • • • 
Hsive fires in the bedroom and sitting-room . 
— found and forwarded as instructed 
What Hotel do you recommend in — 

— when did he leave your Hotel 

— left in Hotel, send to me at — 

— left in Hotel, send to me here 

— le/t in my room, send to me at — 

— le/t in my room, send to me here 

— le/t this Hotel on the — 

— le/t this Hotel to go to — 

— has not yet le/t this Hotel 
Have sent articles le/t in your room 

structed .... 

Send articles le/t in my room to — 
Send articles le/t in my room to this address 
Have sent luggage le/t in your room, as in- 
structed ...... 

Send luggage le/t in my room to — . 
Send luggage le/t in my room to this address 

Any letters or other communication arriving 
for me send to — 

Any letters or telegrams arriving for me 
keep until I arrive .... 

Any letters or telegrams arriving for me re- 
direct them to — • . 

Any letters or telegrams arriving for me re- 
direct them to this address . 

Some letters lying here for you, what shall 
be done with them .... 

Some letters and telegrams lying here for 
you, what shall be done with them 

Some telegrams lying here for you, what shall 
be done with them • • • . 

— missing on arrival here, can you trace it 



Uluceo 

niTimino 

Imaginor 

Imago 

Imberbis 

Imbibo 

Imbrex 

Imbrifer 

Imbuo 

Tm it amen 

Imitatio 

Immadeo 

Immemor 
Immensus 
Immergo 

Immigro 

TmmJTm n 

Immisceo 

Immixtus 

Immodice 

Immolo 

Immorior 

Immotiis 

Immugio 

Impages 
Impasco 



UNIVEB8AL TELEQBAFHIC PHBA8E-B00K 



47 



— missing on arrival^ can you trace it ? if so 
forward to me — 

— musing on arrival here^ have search made 
for it and telegraph me result 

Can find no trace of the missing articles 

Rooms reserved as requested 

Booms reserved as requested and your orders 

will be attended to ... . 
Cannot reserve the rooms asked for. Already 

full 

Please keep my rooms ; cannot arrive until — 
Shall not require roomys ordered . 
Shall require supper on arrival . 



If you have not already done so. . . . 
If you have not already done so^ do not send 
If you have not already done so^ send at once 

Illness. (Refer to Health.) 



Impavide 

Impendeo 
Impensus 
Imperium 

Impete 

Impetigo 
Impexus 
Impietas 
Impiger 

Impilia 

Impingo 

Impius 



(Include) — Does it include — . 
It does not include — 
Were included in estimates 
Were not included in estimates 
Are the terms inclusive 
Terms are inclusive • 
Terms are not inclusive 



Implecto 

Imploro 

Impluiiibo 

ImpliLinis 

Implno 

Impolitiis 

Impono 



(Inconvenience) — ^Can it be done without in-- 

convenience ...... Tmpos 

It can be done without inconvenience . . Tmpositio 



(Inform) — Can you inform me 
Information has been received 
From what source is the information 
More information is necessary 



Imprecor 
Imprimis 
Im.probe 
Impropero 



48 



"UNICODE'': 



No information has been received 
This is for your private information 
Have you informed — 

ire. (See ENquiBE.) 



InSTirance has been effected 
Insure immediately . 
Cannot insure under — 

(Interfere) — Decline to interfere 
Will not interfere 



Interview will be necessary . 
Interview 'wt31 not be necessary 



(Introduce) — Can you introduce me to — 
Introductions are sent by post 

Investigate into the matter immediately . 
Result of investigations not satisfactory 
Result of investigations satisfactory . 

Invitations. (Refer to Dinner Engagbmbnts^ 
Lunch Engagements^ Theatre.) 
Accept your invitation with pleasure . 
Regret I cannot accept your invitation 
Shall I accept the invitation for — 
Shall you accept the invitation for - 
Bring with you to-day your friend 
Bring your brother with you 
Bring your daughter with you 
Bring your father with you 
Bring your husband with you 
Bring your mother with you 
Bring your rister with you 



Impnber 
Impngiio 
Impiilsio 



ImptLiiis 

Imulns 

Inambulo 

InaniiiLiis 
Inanio 

Inaniter 
Inaratns 

Inaresco 
InaudaiX 

Inanguro 

Incanto 

IncassTiin 



Incantns 

Incedo 

Incensiis 

Inceptor 

Incilis 

Incipio 

Incisura 

Incitate 

Inclinis 

Inclndo * 

Inclytus 



UNIVEBSAL TELEQBAPmC FHBA8E-B00K. 49 

Bring your son with you • . . . Incoctus 

Bring your wife with you .... Incogito 

Received invitation for — . . . . Incoquo 
Received invitation^ shall I accept it^ 

for — Increbro 

Received invitation to party to-night, at — . Incmsto 
Received invitation to party to-night. Can 

you come to — Inciibito 

Reply, accepting the invitation . . . Incilbo 

Reply y declining the invitation . . . Incumbo 

Has not replied to the invitation. . . IncuTSio 

Have not yet. replied to the invitation. . Incurvus 
If you can arrange to stay to-night we can 

give you a bed Indemnis 

Shall be very, glad if you can come and stay 

with us to-night IndeptllS 

Shall be very glad if you can come and stay 

with us until — . . . . . Indiciiiin 
When can you come and stay with us for a 

few days Indidein 

Invoices have arrived Indigena 

Invoices have not arrived .... Indigne 

Invoices will be sent on — . . . . Indoles 

It is so Indonmo 

It is not so Indnctio 

It will do in default of better • ... IndiiCTila 

It will do quite well Indulgeo 

/if will not do Indnsinin 

(Judge) — You can hes^ judge on the spot. • Indutus 

Keep possession until you hear from — • . Induxi 

Will not keep it longer than — . . . Inemptlis 

Know nothing whatever of the matter . • . Ineptia 



50 



« UNICODE'' : 



Known, and in good position 
Is not inawn here 



Leave all matters in your hands 
Leave everything just as it is 
Leave has been given 
Leave has been refused 
Leave immediately on receipt of this . 
Cannot leave here at present 

Leaving. (Refer to Dbpabtube.) 

Leaving on the 1st by the Steamship — 
Leaving on the 2nd by the Steamship — 
Leaving on the 8rd by the Steamship — 
Leaving on the 4th by the Steamship — 
Leaving on the 5th by the Steamship — 
Leaving on the 6th by the Steamship — 
Leaving on the 7th by the Steamship — 
Leaving on the 8th by the Steamship — 
Leaving on the 9th by the Steamship — 
Leaving on the 10th by the Steamship — 
Leaving on the 11th by the Steamship — 
Leaving on the 12th by the Steamship — 
Leaving on the 13th by the Steamship — 
Leaving on the 14th by the Steamship — 
Leaving on the 15th by the Steamship — 
Leaving on the 16th by the Steamship — 
Leaving on the 1.7th by the Steamship — 
Leaving on the 18th by ,the Steamship — 
Leaving on the 19th by the Steamship - 
Leaving on the 20th by the Steamship — 
Leaving on the 21st by the Steamship — 
Leaving on the 22nd by the Steamship - 
Leaving on the 23rd by the Steamship - 
Leaving on the 24th by the Steamship — 
Leaving on the 25th by the Steamship - 



Inequito 
Inertia 

Infabre 

Infacete 

Infamis 

Infandns 

Infantia 

Infarcio 



Infatno 

Infector 

Infelix 

Inferveo 

Infestus 

Infibulo 

Inflndo 

Tnfinno 

Inflammo 

Tn flatus 

Tnflexio 

Tnfloreo 

Infonms 

Infossus 

Infra 

Infiindo 

Infasio 

Ingemino 

Ingemo 

Ingenium 

Ingenue 

Ingestnm 

Ingrate 

Ingravo 

Ingressio 



UmVEBSAL TELEGRAPHIC PHBA8E-B00K, 



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Leaving on 
Leaving on 
Leaving on 
Leaving on 
Leaving on 
Leaving on 



the 26th by the Steamship 
the 27th by the Steamship 
the 28th by the Steamship 
the 29th by the Steamship 
the 30th by the Steamship 
the 31st by the Steamship • 



Ingruo 

Tn habit o 

Inhorreo 

Inhumo 

Inimico 

Iniqne 



Legal. (Refer to Postpone, Power.) 

Appeal has been allowed, costs in the cause . Initio 

Appeal has been allowed, with costs . . Injectio 

. Appeal has been dismissed, costs in the cause Injungo 

Appeal has been dismissed, with costs . . Injlira 

Attorney for the defendant is — . . . Irgussus 

Attorney for the plaintifE is — . . . Injuste 

Attorney on the other side is — . . . Innato 

Who is the attorney for — . . . . Innitor 

Who is the attorney for the defendant . Innoceiis 

Who is the attorney for the plaintifE . . Innovo 

Who is the attorney on the other side . . InnoxiiiB 

Bail has been accepted .... Inniiptiis 

Bail has been refused • . . . Iniiiitrio 

Bail is required for — . . . . Inocco 
Counsel for the defendant has commenced 

his cross-examination .... Inocillo 
Counsel for the defendant has finished his 

cross-examination .... Inodoms 

Counsel for the defendant has commenced 

his speech ...... Inopaco 

Counsel for the defendant has finished his 

speech Inopiniis 

Counsel for the defendant has commenced 

calling his witnesses .... Inoratus 
Counsel for the defendant has finished calling 

his witnesses Inornate 

Counsel for {he plaintiff hsi& commenced his 

cross-examination Inquam 



52 ''UNICODE'*: 

Counsel for the plaintiff has finished his 

cross-examination • . . . Inquiro 

Counsel for the plaintiff has oommeneed his 

speech Insanio 

Counsel for the plaintiff has finished his 

speech Inscendo 

Counsel for the plaintiff has commenced 

calling his witnesses .... Insciens 
Counsel for the plaintiff has finished calling 

his witnesses Inscribo 

Opinion 0/ counsel is Sigsinst them . . Inscillpo 
Opinion of counsel is against us • . . Inseco 
Opinion of counsel is against you . . Inseqiior 
Opinion of counsel is in our favour . . InsertizD. 
Opinion of counsel is in their favour . . Inservid 
Opinion of counsel is in your favour . . Insidior 
Retain as counsel on my behalf — . . Insido 
Defendant has retained as his counsel — . Insignia 
Have retained as counsel on your behalf — . Insimulo 
Plaintiff has retained as his counsel — . Insisto 
Case is in the list for Aearin^ to-morrow . Insolens 
Case is not in the list for hearing to- 
morrow Insolida 

When will the case be in the list for hearing -Inspergo 

Hearing of the case commenced to-day^ 

adjourned until — . . . . Inapicio 

Hearing of the case commenced to-day, ad- 
journed until to-morrow • • . .Instemo 

Hearing of the case concluded^ judgn^ent 

reserved Instillo 

Hearing of the case concluded^ jury have 

retired Instrao 

Hearing of the case will be concluded to-day InsuaSTim 
Hearing of the case will be concluded to- 
morrow • . . • . . Insula 



UNIVEB8AL TELEGBAPEIO PHBASE-BOOK. 53 

Hearing of the case will be concluded this 

week Insurgo 

Hearing of the case will last for several 

days . . . . . . . Intectus 

Jud^e has commenced his summing-up . Integro 

Jud^e has concluded his summing-up . . Maceria 

Judge has concluded his summing-up. It 

was in favour of defendant . . . Macies 

Judge has concluded his summing-up. It 

was in favour of neither party . . Mactator 

Judge has concluded his summing-up. It 

was in favour of plaintifE . . . Madefeci 

Jury are still absent Madulsa 

Jury could not ag^e^ and have been dis- 
charged Magnus 

Subpcsna as a witness on our side — . . Majestas 

Subpoena has been served on — . . . Malache 

Subpoena has not been served^ as we cannot 

find — Maledice 

Summons has been issued^ returnable 

on — MaJigne 

Summons heard to-day. Adjourned for a 

week Manceps 

Summons heard to-day. Adjourned into 

court . ManedTim 

Summons heard to-day. Adjourned until — Manesis 
Summof^s heard to-day. Chief clerk reserves 

decision Manifeste 

Summons heard to-day. Master reserves 

decision lyTanliana 

Summons heard to-day. Order made as 

asked Mansito 

Sumrhons heard to-day. Order refused . Mansuete 
Summons heard to-day. Order refused^ with 

costs . • • . . . Marceo 



• 



I 



54 " UNICODE" : 

Summons heard to-day. Referred to judge 

in chambers Margaris 

Verdict against us Margino 

Verdict for — . . . . • • Marimis 

Verdict for the defendant^ with costs . . Masculus 

Verdict for the defendant^ without costs . MaspetTim 

Verdict for the plaintifE^ damages — . . Mastigia 

Verdict for the plaintiff^ with costs . . Mastmca 

Verdict for the plaintiff^ without costs . Matellio 

Verdict in our favour .... Mater 

Verdict of guilty. Sentence — . . Matemus 

Verdict of guilty. Sentence deferred . . • Matralia 

Verdict of manslaughter. Sentence — . Matrimus 

Verdict of manslaughter. Sentence deferred Mature 

Verdict of not guilty .... Maxilla 

Verdict of not proven .... Maxime 

Verdict of temporary insanity . . . Meatus 

Verdict of wilful murder .... Mecastor 

Witnesses must be in attendance on — . Meconis 

Your attendance in court as witness is re- 
quired — . . . . . . Medianus 

Writ has been issued as requested . . Medicina 

Writ has been served on all the defendants . MedicilS 

Writ has been served on the defendant . Meditor 

Writ has not yet been served on the de- 
fendant . . . . . . Medium 

Have obtained order for substituted service 

of writ MegaLLum 

Length is — . . . . Melampus 

What is the length of — . . . . MeXania 

Let on the terms agreed the — ... Melitites 

Let on the terms named the — . . . Mellifer 



UNIVEB8AL TELEGBAPHIO PHBA8E-B00K. 55 

Letter. (Refer to Acknowludqe^ Expecting^ 

Forward, Hotels, Post, Reply, Wait, 

Writing, Wrote.) 
Letter last received was dated — . . Melligo 
Been obliged to leave before the arrival of 

your letter. . Telegraph to — . . Mellilla 
Been obliged to leave before the arrival of 

your letter. Write again to — . . Mellinia 
Do not forward any more letters. Keep 

them until my return .... IMellis 
Forward all letters until further instructions 

to — Mellitorum 

Forward my letters to-day to Poste 

Restante — Mellituill 

Forward my letters to-day and to-morrow to 

Poste Restante — .... Mello 

Forward my letters until further instructions 

to Poste Restante — .... Mellorum 
Forward my letters to-day to Poste Restante 

here Mellum 

Forward my letters to-day and to-morrow to 

Poste Restante here .... Melofolia 
Forward my letters until further instructions 

to Poste Restante here . . . . Melofoliam 
Forward my letters to — . . . . Melomeli 
Have received letter from — ... Melopepo 
Have not received letter from — . . Membrana 

Have not received your letter . . . Memento 
Have not received any letter from you 

since — Meininisse 

Have not received any letter from you. 

Telegraph at once to — . . . Memoris 
Have not received anv letter from vou. 

Write at once to — . . . . Memoratus 
Have you received my letter . . . Memoro 
Have you received my letter with enclosures Mendacis 

E 



56 



** UNICODE": 



Have you received my letter; no reply re- 
ceived^ telegraph . 
Private letter posted you to-day 
Private letter posted to-day to — 
Private letter posted you yesterday 
Private letter posted yesterday to — 
Private letter not received . 
Private letter received 
Received your letter . 
Received your letter and enclosures 
Received your letter and forwarded it as re- 
quested . . . . . 

Received your leUer, and instructions noted 
Received your letter and returned it to you . 
Received your letter and telegram 
Received your letter and telegram ; having 
attention •••••• 

Received your letter and will attend to it 

immediately 

Received your letter and will attend to it as 

soon as possible 

Received your letter; attending to contents 
Received your letter; attended to contents 

and writing 

Received your letter, but no enclosures 
Received your letter; cannot do as you wish 
Received your letter; cannot reply until — 
Received your letter containing cheque 
Received your letter containing P.0.0. 
Received your letter; do not understand — . 
Received your letter; do not understand first 

portion 

Received your letter; do not understand 

latter portion 

Received your letter ; have already sent 
Received your letter ; have replied fully 



Mendose 

Mensio 

Mensula 

Mentagra 

Mentam 

Mercator 

Merenda 

Mergo 

Meridies 

Merolam 
Mespilum 
Metalhim 
Metaphora 

Metatio 

Metopion 

Metreta 
Metuo 

Migratio 

Militia 

Milvago 

Milvinus 

Minister 

MiniTim 

Minor 

Minutal 

Mirmillo 

Miseria 

Mithrax 



UNIVERSAL TELEGRAPHIC THBA8E-B00K. 57 

Received your letter; order will be attended 

to Mitra 

Received your letter ; orders will be attended 

to at once Mixtizn 

Received your letter ; too busy to attend to 

matter . . . . . . Mixtura 

Received your letter ; too unwell to write . Mobilior 

Received your letter ; too unwell to attend 

to matter Modestia 

Received your letter ; will do as you wish . Modius 

Received your letter ; will post you particu- 
lars of — Modulate 

What is the date of the last letter . . Molimen 

(Litigation) — ^Do your utmost to avoid litiga- 

tion Molitura 

Lodgings. (Refer to ApABTMXinrs.) 

Lose no time in the matter . . • . Mollesca 
Do not lose an instant .... Momentum 
Do not lose an instant^ but come at once . Monedula 

Loss. (Refer to Fobget^ Hotels.) 

Luggage. (Refer to Fobget^ Fo&wabd^ Hotels.) 
Luggage has been left behind ; enquire at the 

station Monitor 

Leave your luggage at the cloakroom to be 

called for. Monstro 

Send my luggage on to — . . . . Montliosiis 

Send a conveyance to take the luggage . Moralis 

Will send a man to take charge of the luggage Morbidlis 

Lunch. (Refer to Invitations.) 

Will lunch with you — • • • • Morbonia 
e2 



58 



" UNICODE" : 



wait 



Will luneA with you to-day 

Will lufick with you to-day/ and wait your 

arrival at — ... 

Will luneA with you to-day, and will call 

at— 

Will luncA with you to-morrow . 
Will liincA with you to-morrow, and 

yourarrival. . . , 
Will luncA with you and call at — 
Will luncA with you on Monday 
Will luncA with you on Tuesday 
Will luncA with you on Wednesday 
Will luncA with you on Thursday 
Will luTieA with you on Friday . 
Will luncA with you on Saturday 
Will luncA with you on Sunday . 
Will you luncA with me — 
Will you luncA with me to-day at — 
Will you luncA with me to-day at the 

at— . 
Will you luficA with me here at — 
Will you luncA with me to-day; will 

for you at — 
Will you luncA with me to-day; call for me 

at — 

Will you luncA with me to-morrow at — . 
Will you limcA with me to-morrow at the Club 
Will you luncA with me to-morrow here 

at — . 
Will you luncA ^nULme'to-moTTOw ; will call 

for you at — 
Will you luncA with me to-morrow; call for 

me at — 

Will you luncA with me on Monday at — . 
Will you luficA with me on Tuesday at — . 
Will you luncA with me on Wednesday at — 



Club 



call 



Mordax 

Morigero 

Mormyr 
Morose 

Morpheus 

Motus 

Mncidns 

Muginor 

Mugitns 

Mulctrum 

Multifer 

Miinditer 

Mnniceps 

Mimifice 

Murcidus 

Muraena 
Musca 

Mnscosiis 

Museus 
Mussito 
Mnstace 

Mutatio 

Myiagros 

Myoparo 
Myrapinin 
Myropola 
Mjrrrlia 



UNIVEB8AL TELEQBAPHIC PHRASE-BOOK, 



59 



Will you luncA with me on Thursday at 
Will you luncA with me on Friday at — 
Will you luncA with me on Saturday at — 
Will you luncA with me on Sunday at — 



BKachine has arrived .... 
MacAine has arrived^ and works well . 
MacAine has arrived, but works badly. 
MacAinery out of order, delay will be great 

Many happy returns of the day 
How many did you send 
How many do you want 



Harket fully supplied . 

Market fully supplied, prospects bad 
Market glutted, prospects very bad 
Market very flat 



Blaniage has been arranged between — . 
Marriage is announced of — 
Marriage postponed in consequence of — 
Marriage postponed indefinitely . 
Marriage postponed, particulars by letter 
Marriage postponed until — 
Marriage takes place at — . . . 
Jlfamo^^ takes place on — . 
Marriage takes place on Monday. 
Marriage takes place on Tuesday. 
Marriage takes place on Wednesday • 
Marriage takes place on Thursday 
Marriage takes place on Friday . 
Marriage takes place on Saturday 
Marriage takes place on Sunday. 
Marriage takes place January 
Marriage takes place February . • 



Myscus 
Mjrxa 
NabliiLin 
Nactus 

Nanus 
Nape 
Naphtha 
Napina 

Nardinus 

Nardum 

Narrator 

Narratus 
Narro 
Narthex 
Nascor 

Nasum 

Nasiitus 

NataliB 

Natatio 

Natator 

Nativus 

Natta 

Naulinm 

Nauplius 

Nausea 

Nanseola 

Nauticus 

Naviger 

Navigium 

Navigo 

Navorum 

Nebritis 



eo 



''UNICODE": 

Marriage takes place March • • . ITecesse 

Marriage takes place April. . . . ITecesSTim 

Marriage takes place May • • • • ITecnotL 

Marriage takes place June .... Nectarea 

Marriage takes place July .... Necubi 

Marriage takes place August . . . ITecuilde 

Marriage takes place September . . . ITefandus 

Marriage takes place October . . . Nefarie 

Marriage takes place November . . . NefarillS 

Marriage takes place December . . • ITefas 

Marriage will not take place . . . NefastllS 
Marriage will not take place; particulars by 

letter . . ... . . Negantia 

Married to-day ITegatio 

Married yesterday* . . . . . Negito 

not arrived ' Negligo 

Medicine not arrived^ send at x)nce • . ITegotilun. 

Medicine wanted immediately • . . ITepeta 



Meet. (Refer to AppoiirrMENTS.) 
Meet me at — . 
Meet me at 1 o'clock at — 
Meet me at 1.30 at — 
Meet me at 2 at — . 
Meet me at 2.30 at — • 
Meet me at 3 at — . 
Meet me at 3.30 at — 
Meet me at 4 at — . 
Meet me at 4.80 at — 
Meet me at 5 at — • 
Meet me at 5.30 at — 
Meet me at 6 at — . 
Meet me at 6.30 at — 
Meet me at 7 at — . 
Meet me at 7.30 at — 



Nepos 

Neptis 

Neqnam 

Neqne 

Nequid 

Nequlties 

Nervose 

Nervosus 

NervTilns 

Nescio 

Nescius 

Neuradis 

Neuricus 

Nentro 

Nexilis 



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Meet me at 8 at — • 

Meet me at 8.30 at — 

Meet ine at 9 at — ^ . 

Meet me at 9.30 at — 

Meet me at 10 at — . 

Meet me at 10.30 at — 

Meet me at 11 at — . 

Meet me at 11.30 at — 

Meet me at 12 at — . 

Meet me at 12.30 at — 

Meet me on Monday at — 

Meet me on Tuesday at — 

Meet me on Wednesday at — 

Meet me on Thursday at — 

Meet me on Friday at — . 

Meet me on Saturday at — 

Meet me on Sunday at — . 

Meet me this morning at — 

Meet me this afternoon at — 

Meet me this evening at — 

Meet me to-night at — 

Meet me to-morrow morning at — 

Meet me to-morrow evening — 

Meet me to-morrow afternoon at 

Can you meet me at — 

Can you meet me as suggested 

Can you meet me to-day 

Can you m^et me this evening 

Cannot meet you as arranged 

Cannot m^et you as arranged^ will 

Cannot m^et you until — . 

Meeting postponed 

Meeting postponed until — 
Meeting takes place on — . 
Meeting takes place to-morrow 






explain later 



Nexom 

Nictatio 

Nicto 

Nidorem 

Nldulor 

Nidulus 

Nigellus 

Nigra 

Nigrina 

Nigresco 

Nlgro 

Nihil 

Nihildmn 

Nilios 

Nilimi 

Nimbifer 

Nimbosus 

Nimbus 

Nimietas 

Nimio 

Nimirum 

Niteo 

Nitescat 

Nitido 

Nitidus 

Nitraria 

Nitratus 

Nitrum 

Nivarius 

Nivatus 

Niveus 

NobUis 
Nobilito 
Nobis 
Nocenter 



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Cannot attend i^ejneeting of ,the Board . Nocivus 
Cannot attend i^e Meeting of the Committee Noctifer 

Met with. (Refer to' Accedent.) 



military. (Refer to Health.) * 

Consult the colonet and let me know result . 

Will you exchange with ine 

Will you da?t?Aa^y^ with me for — 

Will you sanction ibxcAa/fige with — . 

Can my leav6 be eMenddd to — . . • 

Extension of leave cannot be sanctioned 

Extension of leave cannot be sanctioned, you 
must return at once . • • • 

Extension of leave required 

Extension of leave required on legal affairs 
until — 

Extension of leave required on urgent family 
affairs until — . . 

Extension of leave required on urgent pri- 
vate affairs until — .... 

Extension of leave required, please sanction 
until — . . 

J^a?^^/m(?^ of leave required until — . 

Extension of leave' sanctioned 

Extension of leave sanctioned until — 

Is my extension of leave sanctioned . 

Furlough to all officers on leave has been 
cancelled, and they are ordered to rejoin 
their regiments by — . . . . 

Furlough to all officers on leave has been 
cancelled, and they are ordered to rejoin 
at once 

The prohibition oi furlough to officers on 
leave has been cancelled 

You are gazetted .... 



Noctua 

Nodor 

Nodosus 

Nominito 

Nomino 

Nomus 

Nonageni 
Nonagies 

Nonanus 

Nonassis 

Nondum 

Nonnemo 

Nonnihil 

Norma 

Normalis 

Noscito 



Nosco 



Nossem 

Noster 
Nostras 



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You are gazetted — . 

You are gazetted Lieutenant-Colonel 

You are gazetted Major 

You are gazetted Captain . 

You are gazetted to a Company . 

You are gazetted to a Troop 

— was killed in the engagement at — 

— was killed in the last engagement 
Ordered home on sick leave 
The Regiment has been ordered to — 
The Regiment has been ordered to Canada . 
The Regiment has been ordered to Cyprus . 
The Regiment has been ordered to Egypt 
The Regiment has been ordered to England . 
The Regiment has been ordered to Gibraltar. 
The Regiment has been ordered to India 
The Regiment has been ordered to Ireland . 
The Regiment has been ordered to Malta 
The Regiment has been ordered to South 

Africa ....... 

The Regiment has been ordered to West 

Indies 

The Regiment suffered little in the last en- 
gagement . ... 
The Regiment suffered severely in the last 

engagement. . . . . . 

The Regiment took part in the battle at — . 
The Regiment took part in the skirmish at — 
Is report correct here that Regiment 

ordered — . . . . . 
Is report correct here that Regiment 

ordered home .... 
Is report correct here that Regiment 

ordered to Canada . . . 

Is report correct here that Regiment is 

ordered to Cyprus • . . . 



IS 



IS 



IS 



Notans 

Notarius 

Notesco 

Nothus 

Novacula 

NovaUs 

Novatrix 

Nove 

NoveUo 

Noveni 

Noverca 

Novicius 

NovTun 

Noxia 

Noxiosus 

NoxLus 

Nubecula 

Nuberum 

Nubifer 

Nubigena 

Nubila 

Nubilans 

Nucearum 

Nucetum 

Nugator 
Nugax 
Nullus 
NumeUa 



64 '* UNICODE": 

Is report correct here that - Raiment is 

ordered to Egypt Nlimero 

Is report correct here that Regiment is 

ordered to Gibraltar .... NTimisma 
Is report correct here that Regiment is 

ordered to India . . ... . Nummatus 

Is report correct here that Regiment is 

ordered to Ireland .... Niunne 

Is report correct here that Regiment is 

ordered to Malta Niunqiiis 

Is report correct here that Regiment is 

ordered to South Africa . . . Nimccilie 

Is report correct here that Regiment is 

ordered to West Indies .... Nuiicilbi 

War has been declared between — . . Nimdiliuni 

War is expected to be declared between — . Nimquam 

May I ioithdraw papers .... Nimqilid 

You may withdraw papers .... ITimtio 

You may not withdraw papers . • . Nuper 

Was wounded severely .... Nupenis. 

Was wounded slightly . • . . Nupta 

Was not wounded nor hurt • • • • Nuptiirus 

Miss the TraixL (Refer to Train.) 

BUBBinff. (Refer to Forget^ Hotels^ Lugoaoe.) 

BCBtake has been discovered and rectified. • Nuribus 

Mistake has not been made on this side . Nutamen 

Correct the mistake without delay . . Nutrico 

Have you discovered the mt«^a^^. . . Nutrimen 

Money. (Refer to Accoxtnt^ Cheque^ Place^ 
Remittakoe.) 
Money is nearly exhausted. When will more 

be provided • • • • • • Nntritus 



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Money is very plentiful in the market . . Nutrix 

Money is very scarce in the market » . . Nycteris 

Money will be forthcoming when required . Nymplia 
No money y cannot leave until debts paid^ 

remit — . ..... Obambtilo 

No money y in great difficulties^ remit — . Obarmo 

No money y send at once £5 . . . . Obba 

No money y send at once £10 • . . Obcalleo 
No money y send at once £20 . . . Obdormio 
No money y send at once £25 • • . Obduco 
No money y send at once £50 . • • Obductio 
No money y send at once £75 . . . Obedio 
No money y send at once £100 . . . Obeliscus 
No money y send at once £150 . • . Oberro 
No mxmeyy send at once £200 . . . Obesitas 
No money y send at once £250 . . . Obfero 
No money, pay passage at Agenf s and tele- 
graph . . . . . . • Obgannio 

No money y telegraph some through — . . Obiratus 

No money to pay bills • . . . Obitus 

No m^Ley to pay bills before leaving, remit — Obj aceo 

No m^oney to pay passage, remit — . . Objectus 

No m^oney to pay passage, remit by telegraph Oblatro 

No money to pay wages, remit quickly. » . Oblatus 

No mxmeyy very ill, and want to coihe home . Oblique 

Name you ask for is -^ . ... . Oblisus 

Do not know the i*a/»tf of -— . . . Oblivio 

Send nwme of — Oblivium 

(Nature) — ^What is the nature of the communi- 
cation from — ... • . Oblociltor 



Negotiations are pending • • • 
Negotiations are suspended temporarily 
Have broken off negotiation 



Oblongus 
Obloquor 
Obluctor 



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(Vet)— Ib it net . , Obmolio 

It is »^^ ... Obmotus 

Quotation is net Obmoveo 

None is to be got Obnitor 



* Note my address at foot . . • • 
Note my address at foot for the present 



Obnixe 
Obmintio 



Notice must immediately be given to 
Have given notice to — 
Have received notice from — 

Nnmber you inquire for is — . 
What is the number of — . 



Object very strongly 
Have no objection 
Have you any objection 

Obtain as much as possible 
Obtained what was wanted 
Can you obtain — 
It cannot be obtained . 



Offer is accepted . • • 
Offer is refused . 
Offer was made too late 
Can you offer more on same terms 
Cannot offer more 
Make an offer of — . 



Opportunity has gone by ^ • 
Opportunity has not arisen . 
Wait for a better opportunity 



Oboleo 

Oboritor 

Obrigeo 

Obrodo 
Obrussa 

Obsaturo 

Obsecro 

Obsepio 

Obsequor 
Obsessio 
Obsidium 
Obsolete 

Obsono 

Obstipus 

Obstiti 

Obsto 

Obstrepo 

Obstupeo 

Obsutus 

Obtectus 

Obtero 



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Option will be given for — . . . • Obtestor 
Option will be given until -— . . . Obtorpeo 
Cannot give option Obtortus 



Order. (Refer to Cancel, Goods.) 

Order cannot be executed . . . 
Order cannot be executed until — • 
Order executed before your telegram ar- 
rived • . . . 
Order is already executed . • . 
All your orders have been executed 
Am without orders . . ♦ . 
Cannot accept your order for — . 
Have received your order. Goods will be 

despatched to-day • • • • 

Have received your order. • Goods will be 

despatched to-morrow . . 
Have received your order. Goods will be 

despatched this week .... 
Have received your order. Goods will be 

despatched next week .... 
Have received your order. Goods will be 

despatched in — weeks . . • 

Have you executed our last order 
Is not according to order . . . 
Reply by post when you will despatch our 

order of — . . . . 
Reply by telegram when you will despatch 

our order of — . . . 
This order is in addition to previous . 
This order is in substitution of previous 
This order must leave you on — 
Wait cash before executing order 
When is the earliest you can deliver order . 
Will accept your order for — 
Your order is being executed 



Obtrudo 
Obtmnco 

Obumbro 

Obuncus 

Obvagio 

Obversor 

Obverto 

Obvertunto 

Obvigilat 

Obvlgilavi 

Obvigllo 

Obviam 

Obvius 

Obvolvo 

Obvolvunt 

Occallatus 

Occalleo 

Occanere 

Occano 

Occasio 

Occasiones 

Occasus 

Occator 



68 ** UNICODE*' : 

(Owing) — What 18 <Mw«^ from — . . . Occento 

What is owing to — Occentus 

(Paid) — Has been paid Occiduus 

Has it beenjDai^ Occiput 

Has not beenj9a»^ . • • • . Occisor 

Have yon j9a»^ Occludo 

Must not he paid Occulco 

Will be paid OCCUITO 

Will not he paid Oceanus 

Parcel. (Refer to Send.) 

Parcel has been forwarded • • • • Ocellus 

Parcel is waiting remittance . . • Oclira 
Parcel must be forwarded by passenger 

train • ; Ocimum 

Parcel received all right • . . . Ocrea 

Have not received i3ie parcel • • • Octans 

Have you received tiie parcel . • . Octipes 

How was the parcel forwarded . . . Octogeni 

When was the parcel forwarded . . . Octuplus 

Passage. (Kefer to Monet^ Ship^ Wbathee.) 
Passage paid here^ call for particulars and 

tickets at — Octussis 

Passage paid here^ telegraph departure^ call 

for particalars at — . . . . Odeum 

Take passage by the — . • . . Odi 
Take passage^ by the — , and telegraph 

departure . Odiosum 

Tdke passage, and come at once by the — • Odor 
Take passage, and come at once^ telegraph 

departure • Odoratio 

Patterns are suitable . . • . . Odoratus 

Patterns are suitable^ but material too cheap Odyssea 



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Patterns are suitable, but material too dear . 
Patterns are not suitable .... 
Can supply thsit pattern in — 
Have you more of the Bsane pattern in stock 
Have you much of the ssjxie pattern in stock 
How soon can you supply more of the same 

pattern . . 

No more of the s&me pattern in stock . 
Not much of the Bsjne pattern in stock 
Plenty of the sasnepattern in stock 
Price of that jpa^^^» better quality is — 
Price of ihsA pattern lower quality is — 
Price of thskt pattern same quality is — 
Quote price oi pattern sent in better quality 
Quote price oi pattern sent in lower quality . 
Send at once a selection oi patterns 



Ofella 

Offatim 

Offectus 
OfB.ciiia 

Ofl&ciose 

Ofl&ciuin 

Offlecto 

Offucia 

Oflfula 

Oflfimdo 

Offusus 

Oggero 

Oleaceus 

Oleaster 

Oleitas 



Pay on our account 
Cajmot pay 
Csamot pay at present 
Do not pay 
Do not pay at present 
How do you propose to pay 
How much is there to pay 
Refuses to pay . 
Will pay by instalments 



Pa]rnient must be made against delivery 
Payment must be made with order 
Have sold for pronipt payment . 
How is payment to be made 

Permission cannot be obtained 
Permission has been obtained 
I give permission 
I will not give permission 



OleosTis 

Oletum 

Olf actus 

OUdus 

OUtor 

Olivetum 

Olivina 

Olivum 

Ollazls 

Olorifer 
Olorimis 
Olus 
Olyra 

Omasum 
Ombria 
Omen 
Omentum 



70 



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Place to my account • . . . 
Place to my account at — 
Place to my account at agent's . 
Place to my account at Bank 
Place to my account and I wiU repay you 



Ominator 

Ominor 

Ominose 

Omitto 

Omnifer 



Plans have arrived and are approved 
Plans have not yet come to hand 
Plans submitted will not do 
Plans will be sent for approval . 
Errors in the plans will be corrected 
Submit plans as early as possible 



Omnimodo 

Onager 

OnagruB 

Onero 

Onerosus 

Onuris 



Possession will be given on the 
It is not in mj possession . 
It is not in tlieir possession 



Onustus 

Opacitas 

Opalia 



Post. (Refer to Lbttbes, Order, Writing, Wrote.) 

Post is late to-day ; letters not yet delivered Operatic 

Post in a registered letter .... Opertus 

Have sent hy post Opliidioil 

Have sent hj post in a registered letter . OpMusa 

Posted letter to-day • . . . . Opicam 
Posted letter to-day, but omitted to en- 
close — Opifer 

Posted letter to-day containing — . . Opimitas 
Posted letter to-day containing cheque ; ac- 
knowledge receipt . . . . Opinator 
Posted letter to-day containing post office 

order; acknowledge receipt . . . Opilior 

Posted letter to-day, do not act before receipt Opipare 

Posted letter to-day, do not act on it . . Opis 
Posted letter to-day, do not act on it, another 

follows Opopanax 



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Posted letter to-day, do not leave before 
receipt . 

Posted letter to-day, forward to — 

Posted letter to-day, keep it untU -:— . . 

Posted letter to-day, return it unopened 

Posted letter tg-day with full instructions . 

Posted letter to-day with full particulars 

Posted letter to-day with necessary docu- 
ments . • . . . 

Posted letter yesterday 

Posted letter last mail 

Posting letter by this mail 

Post Office order duly received 
Post Office order not yet to hand 
Have sent by Post Office order . 
Send by Post Office order . 
Will send by Post Office order . 



Oporice 

Oporteo 

Oppango 

Oppecto 

Oppico 

Opploro 

Oppono 
Oppugno 
Optimus 
Optio 

Optivus 

Opiilens 

Opulus 

Opimtia 

Orarius 



Poste Restante. (Refer to Lettebs, Telegram.) 

Poste Restante . ... . . Orarum 



Postpone visit, an accident has happened, letter 
by post ...... 

Postjoone yisit for a few days, letter by post. 
Postpone visit on account of illness 
Postpone visit, reasons by letter 
Postpone visit until — 
Postpone visit until tx)-morrow 
Postpone visit until Monday 
Postpone visit until Tuesday 
Postpone visit until Wednesday 
Postpone visit untU Thursday 
Postpone visit until Friday 
Postpone visit until Saturday 
Postpone visit until Sunday 



Oratio 

Orbator 

Orbitas 

Orca 

Orcliis 

brcTila 

Ordino 

Orexis 

OrganTim 

Origo 

Orites 

Ornate 

Omatrix 



Y 



72 « UNICODE'' : 

Get QSi&Q postponed Omatns 

Get QBse postponed until arrival of next mail Omithon 
Get case postponed, important eyidence by 

post Orobitis 

Get caae postponed until — . . . . Orphus 

Power of Attorney must be sent to — . Oscito 

Power of Attorney sent by post . . . OscuItuxx 

Have given full Power to act for me to — . Ostendo 

Have you sent Power of Attorney . . Ostensus 

Impossible to act without Power of Attorney Ostentiun 

Tou have fviH power to act for me • • Ostiatim 

Premium asked is — Ostium 

Whskt premium will be payable • • • Otiose 

Prevent it if possible • ... • • Ovatio 

Price at present asked is — . . . . Oviaria 

Cannot give the price OvillilS 

« _ 

Send by ^st price of — . . . . Ovis 

What is the present jorw^ of -— . • . Ovum 

What price will you take .... Pabulum 

(Private) — This communication is sttictlyprivate Pacat or 

Procure as much as you can . . • . Pacifico 

Procure what you want on the spot . . Paciscor 

CsLxmot he procured Pactilis 

Cbh jovi procure — Palacra 

MVtII procure what you want . • . Palatum 

Profit will be large PaUesco 

Pro/^ will be small Palmifer 

There will be no jorq/?^ • • • • Palm.ula 

What will be the profit • • . • Palpamen 



UNIVERSAL TELEOBAPHIC PHBA8E-B00K, 73 

Progress. (Refer to Health.) 

Progressing slowly but satisfactorily . PalpamimiTTl 

Making good progress . • . . Palpare 

Making little ji?r(?^r^M . . • . Palpat 

Making no jwr(?^rtfM Palparmis 

What jorc^r^M are you making . . Palpandum 

(Promise) — Can you not promise it before — Palpatio 

Con jovi promise Palpebra 

How soon can you jorc?w«>^ . . . Paluster 

Unable to promise Panchrus 

Prompt attention is required . . . PannoSTlS 

Prompt delivery is essential . . . Pantlier 

Reply as ji?r(?;«^Wy as possible . . . Papilla 

Proposal is accepted Parabole 

Accept the proposal .... Paralios 
Cannot accept the jDr(>^o«a^ . . . Parcitas 
Do not accept the ji?r(?po«a^ . . . Parent o 
Have you B.nj proposal to make . . Paroclia 
Is the jor(?^(>«a^ accepted. . . . Paropsis 
Proposal entertained^ but modifications ne- 
cessary Particeps 

Refuses to entertain the proposal , , Pammper 

Shall be happy to entertain the jDr(7^(?«a^ . Passim 

Shall I accept the proposal . , . Pastinum 

Will not entertain the proposal . . Patella 

Would Si proposal from me be entertained • Patesco 

Purchase for me Patina 

Do not purchase Patrona 

For what can it he purchased . . . PatniilS 

What amount can yon purchase . . Pauci 

When wiU purchase be completed . . Paulatim 
f2 



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« 



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(Purpose) — For wh&t purpose do you require . Pavidus 



Quality must be guaranteed . 
Is the quality guaranteed . 
Quality not equal to sample 
Must be of the best quality 

Quantity on hand is — . 

What quantity can you get . 

What quantity do you require 
What quantity have you on hand 

(Question) — Cannot answer the question 
What is the question . 



(Quick) — Be as quick as possible 

Racing. 

Acceptances will be published on — 

— is sure to accept . 

— know positively this will not accept 
Better be full against — . 
Impossible to get an offer against — 

— Back this as quickly as possible 

— Back this at starting price . 

— Back this for a place 

— Back this for a place, best outsider 

— Back this for double event 

— is hacked for genuine money . 

— is being well backed by — . 

— is not backed for genuine money 
To what extent do you think you can back 

— will be well • backed 

— will probably go hack in the betting 
Send me latest betting . • 



Peccatus 
Pecco 
Pecten 
PecTilio 

Pedamen 
Pedandus 
Pedes 
Pedester 

Pedica 
Pegma 



Why have you not answered my question . Pelagius 



. Pelasga 



PellitTis 

Peltasta 

Peltiger 

Pelvis 

Penates 

PendulTis 

Penniger 

Pensilis 

Penso 

Pependi 

Peplus 

Peragito 

Perasper 

Perbelle 

Perbibo 

Perbonus 

Percaleo 



TJNIVEESAL TELEOBAPHIC PEBA8E-B00K, 



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on 



Make youi* booi for — 

— has broken down . 

— has not broken down as reported 

— is reported to have broken down 

— cantered only . 

— has done a good canter to-day 

— has been cast in his box 

— reported to have been cast in his box 
No change since last report . 
Send me latest changes 
Answer when commission executed 
Do not execute commission in London 
Execute commission where you please 

— is coughing .... 

— is reported to be coughing 
Cover the money laid against — . 

is covering money only which is going 
Bead'heat. Stakes divided 
Beadr-heat, Will be run ofE 

— is disqualified by death of owner 

— is disqualified for — 
Winner was disqualified^ could not 

weight 

Winner was disqualified for carrying 

weight 

Winner was disqualified for crossing 
Winner was disqualified for foul riding 
])o nothing until you hear from me again 

— is a doubtful runner 
Do not fancy — ... 
There will be a hxge field . 
There will be a small field . 
It is reported the field will be large 
It is reported the ^dW will be small 

— has done a good gallop . 
Answer if you cannot get on 



draw 



over- 



Perceptio 

Percingo 

Percoquo 

Percrepo 

Perdisco 

Perdives 

Perdomo 

Perdu im 

Perfecte 

Perferus 

Perfldia 

Perflo 

Perfrico 

Perfiindo 

Perfusio 

Pergula 

PeritTis 

Perlabor 

Perlate 

Perlonge 

PerlTibet 

Permano 

Permotus 

Permimio 

Pernix 

Pemocto 

Perpaco 

Perparum 

Perpendo 

Perplexe 

Perpolio 

Perprimo 

Perrogo 

Persea 



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— has ^one to — 

Am told this is a good thing for — 

— is ffood • . • • . 
Hedge quickly all you have against 
Hedge quickly all you have on — 

— has cracked heel , 

— has been sent Aome 

— will be knocked out 
Do you know anything for — 

— dead-^awd after exercise 

— is lame 

— is reported lame 
Lay the odds to £A against — 
Lay the odds to £10 against — 
Lay the odds to £15 against — 
Lay the odds to £20 against — 
Lay the odds to £%h against — 
Lay the odds to £30 against — 
Lay the odds to £36 against — 
Lay the odds to £40 against — 
Lay the odds to £45 against — 
Lay the odds to £50 against — 
Lay the odds to £55 against — 
Lay the odds to £60 against — 
Lay the odds to £70 against — 
Lay the odds to £80 against — 
Lay the odds to £90 against — 
Lay the odds to £100 against — 
Lay the odds to £150 against — 
Lay the odds to £200 against — 
Lay the odds to £250 against — 
Lay the odds to £300 against — 
Lay the odds to £400 against — 
Lay the odds to £500 against — 
Lay the odds to £600 against — 
ifljy the odds to £7.00 against — 



Persisto 

Perspexl 

Persiiasi 

Perstilto 

Pertendo 

Pertexo 

Pertinax 

Pervinco 

Pervius 

Pestifer 

Petalinm 

Petaso 

Petiolus 

Pexatus 

Phalli 

Pliaselus 

Pliasma 

Phellos 

Phiditla 

Phonnioii 

PhragmiB 

Pliycos 

Phylaca 

Phyllon 

Physema 

Piaciiliiin 

Pignero 

Pigritia 

Pinaster 

Pineta 

Pistacia 

Pityusa 

Placenta 

Placidus 

Plagiger 

Plagosus 



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Lay the odds to £800 against — 
Lay the odds to £900 against — 
Lay the odds to £1,000 against — 
Lay the odds to £2,000 against — 
Lay the odds to £3,000 against — 
Lay the odds to £4,000 against — 
Lay the odds to £5,000 against — 
Lay over your book against — 
Lay your book only against — 
Cannot lay at any price 
Cease laying against — 
Good men are laying — 
Market arranged, do not lay 
Succeeded in laying for you — 

— has hit its leg 

— reported to have leg filled 

— is only a market horse . 

— has the mounts and fancies it 

— has the mount, but does not fancy it 
Money is right with — . 
Money is wrong with — . 
Answer what odds you have obtained 

— has not been out to-day 

— is a good outsider . 

— is the best outsider 
Owner cannot get on, public got the money 
Owner does not fancy 
Owner fancies — 

— is sur^ to get B,place 
Put me £1 to win on — . 
Put me £1 to win, and £1 for a place 
Put me £2 to win on — . 
Put me £2 to win, and £2 for a place 
Put me £3 to win on — . 
Put me £3 to win, and, £3 for a place 
Put me £4 to wirf on — . 



on 



on 



on 



Plardpes 

Plantago 

Pleiades 

PUnthus 

Plorator 

Plumatus 

Plumbo 

Plumesco 

Pluvlus 

Podager 

Podex 

Podium 

Poetica 

Pogonias 

Politicus 

Polygala 

Pomosus 

Pompa 

Pondero 

Ponto 

Popina 

Poples 

Populus 

Portatus 

Positio 

Possedi 

Possnnt 

Postmodo 

Postpone 

Postquam 

Potior 

Potorius 

Pransito 

Pratuliun 

Pravitas 

Precario 



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on 



on — 



on — 



on 



on 



Fui me £4i to win^ and £4 for a place on 

Put me £b to win on — . 

Put me £6 to win^ and £5 for a place 

Put me £6 to win on — : . 

Put me £6 to win^ and £6 for a place 

Put me £7 to win on — . 

Put me £7 to win^ and £7 for a place 

Put me £8 to win on — * 

P{»^ me £S to win^ and £8 for a place 

Put me £9 to win on — . . . 

Put me £9 to win^ and £9 for a place 

Put me £10 to win on : — . . 

Put me £10 to win, and £10 for a place on 

Put me £20 to win on — . 

Put me £25 to win on . — . 

Put me £30 to win on :^ — . 

Put me £35 to win on : — . 

Put me £40 to win on — . 

Put me £45 to win on — . 

Put me £50 to win on r— . . 

Put me £60 to win on — . 

Put me £70 to win on — . 

Put me £75. to win on i— . 

Put me £100 to win on — . . 

Put me £200 to win on — . . 

Put me £300 to win on — . 

Put me £400 to win on — . . 

Put me £500 to win on — . 

Put me £1,000 to win on ^ — 

What do you recommend 

Am waiting here for your reply . 

— has been retained to ride — . 

— is all right, no cause for apprehension 

— runs, and is meant to win. 

— is sure not to run . 

— is sure to run . . . • . • 



. Prehendo 
Pretiose 
Pridianus 
Prinnim 
Princeps 
Privatim 
Proavia 
Probatlo 
Problema 
Probum 
Procax 
Proclamo 
Proculco 
Procumbo 
Procuro 
Prodige 
Prodere 
Proditur 
Profano 
Profaris 
Proflndo 
Probibeo 
Prolabor 
Proles 
Prolixe 
Prolixus 
Proludo 
Prompto 
Promulgo 
Pronecto 
Pronepos 
Pronomen 
Pronubus 
Propalam 
Propello 
Prepense 



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— will run, but do not fancy it . 

The number jof runners .will be at least -^ . 
The number of runners will probably be 
about — . ... 

— should be kept on the safe side 

— is scratched . 

— is not scratched as reported 

— is reported scratched 
Succeeded in taking for you — 
Trial was genuine 
Trial was not genuine 

— has been ^nW, and beaten 

— has been triedy and beaten by — . 

— has been tried^ and won easily^ beat- 
ing — 

— has been tried, and won, stable is satisfied 

— took walking exercise only 
Think something is wrong with — 



Propior 
Propola 

ProposTii 

Proprie 

Proptosis 

Propulso 

Proreta 

Prorogo 

Proserpo 

Prosilio 

Prospere 

Prospexi 

Prostemo 
Prosto 
Prosuin 
Protelum 



Races, List of Important. 

N.B, — All Races having names limited to one toord, such as Derby, 
Oaks, Cesarewiteh, &e., are purposely omitted in this list. 



Alexandra Plate, Ascot 

Ascot Gold Cup 

Champagne Stakes, Boncaster 

Chesterfield Cup, Goodwood 

Chesterfield Stakes, Newmarket 

City and Suburban Handicap 

Earl Spencer's Plate, Northampton 

French Derby . 

French Oaks . . 

Gold Cup, Epsom . 

Goodwood Cup . 

Goodwood Stakes 

Grand Prix de Paris 



Protendo 

Proterve 

ProtoUo 

Protraho 

Protrudo 

Protypum 

Provenio 

Provldus 

Provoco 

Proxime 

Pniina 

Prumim 

Pruritus 



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Great Challenge Stakes {Newmarket Second 

October) 

Jockey Club Cup {Newmarket Houghton) . 

Liverpool Grand National . 

Middle Park Plate . 

New Stakes, Ascot 

Newmarket October Handicap 

One Thousand Guineas 

Prince of WaWs Stakes, Ascot 

Rous Memorial Stakes, Ascot 

Boyal Hunt Cup, Ascot 

St. Leger Stakes, Boncaster 

Two Thousand Gruineas 



Prytanis 

Psaltria 

Psegma 

Psora 

Psyllion 

Pucimun 

Pudicnm 

Paellas 

Pueritia 

Pugillar 

PugiUnm 

Pagnator 



Railway. (Refer to AooiDEirr, Enquibe, Parcel, 
Send, Train.) 



Ready at a moment's notice . 
Am quite ready to start 
Please hold yourself ready to start 
When will you be ready 

Reduction is asked to the extent of — 
Endeavour to get a reduction 
Wha€ reduction can be made 
What reduction is asked for 

(Refer) — You may refer to 

References are satisfactory 

References are not satisfactory . 
Our references are — . 
Further references are necessary . 
What references can you give 



. Pulcher 

. PuleciTim 

. Pulex 

. PaUulo 

. Pulmo 

. Pulsatio 

. Palvinar 

. Piunilus 

. Punctus 

. Piinitio 

. Purifico 

. Pustiila 

. Putamen 

. Putealis 



Remain at home Patredo 



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Remain at home for me . • . 
Remain at home^ will call this evening 
Remain there for the present 
Remain there until I come 
Remain there until — 
Am I to remain here • 
Better remain — 
Better remain a few days 
Better remain another day 
Better remain^ as you suggest 
Better remmn there for the present 
How long am I to remain . 
How long will you remain . 
Likely to remain here a few days 
Likely to remain here another week . 
Likely to remain here another fortnight 
Likely to remain here another month . 
Likely to remain here to-day 
Likely to remain here until — . 
Must remain here until — . • 



Putresco 

Putror 

Pyralis 

Pyrgus 

Pyrites 

Pyropus 

Pythia 

Pythicus 

Babidus 

Babiose 
Badicor 

BadicTila 

Badiosus 

Badius 

Bamale 

Bamex 

Bamosior 

Banceo 

Baptio 

Baritas 



Remittance. (Refer to Acenowlbdge^ Cheque^ 
Money, Place.) 
Remittance has been sent as requested 
Remittance is not yet to hand 
Remittance is to hand. 
Cannot remit before — 
Cannot re;»e^ more than — . 
Have remitted as requested £ — 
Have remitted to the credit of — 
What amount have you remitted. 
When will you remit . 



Baritatis 

Baritudo 

Basito 

Bastrom 

Baucitas 

Bavem 

Bavis 

Beapse 

Beatus 



Renew. (See Acceptance.) 



Repairs are in progress^ but not yet completed • Bebellis 



82 



''UNICODE'' 



Repairs will be completed by 
Can it be repaired . 
Can you repair . 
Damage is repaired , 
Do not do any repairs 
Shall I have it repaired 
What repairs are required 
What will the repairs cost 
When will repairs be completed 



Becalco 

Recalvus 

Eecenter 

Eeceptio 

Eeceptus 

BechauLUS 

Eecingo 

Beciniuin 

Eecito 



Reply. (Refer to Lettebs^ Order, Telegbam.) 

Reply as soon as possible .... iReclivis 

Reply by letter . . . . . . Recludit 

Reply by messenger Recludo 

Reply by telegram . . . . . Recludunt 

Reply cannot be given for a few days . . Reclusl 

Reply shall be sent by post to-day . . Reclusus 

Reply shall be sent by telegram . . . Recogito 

Reply shall be sent in a few days . . Recoquo 

Reply shall be sent next mail . . . Recordor 

5^jo^y shall be sent to-morrow . . Recreatiun 

Cannot understand why you do not reply . Recreavi 

Reply has not yet come to hand . . . Recupero 



Report is not correct 
Report is quite correct 
Send further r^ort immediately. 



Recurso 

RecTirvus 

Redactus 



(Represent) — Will represent me in the matter . Redamo 



Request cannot be complied with 
Request will be complied with . 



. Redargue 
. Redditio 



Resolution was carried by a large majority . Redllibeo 
Resolution was carried by a small miajority . Redimio 



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Resolution was carried unanimously . 
Resolution was lost by a large majority 
Resolution was lost by a small majority 
It has been resolve^ that — 

(Responsibility) — ^Accept the responsibility 
Cannot accept the responsibility 
Refuses to be responsible 
Who is responsible 
Who will be responsible 
You are responsible . 
You are not responsible 

Result is in favour of — 
Result is not yet known 
Result is satisfactory . 
Result is unsatisfactory 
Result will not be known for a few days 
Result will probably be in favour of — 
Let me know the result of — . 
Let me know the result of the election 
Let me know the result of the match . 
Let me know the result of the meeting 
Let me know the result of the race 
Let me know the result of your enquiries . 
Let me know the result of your interview . 

Return at once 

Return at once^ all arranged satisfactorily . 
Return at once, all shall be arranged as you 

desire ....... 

Return at once, or consequences will be 

serious ...... 

Better return — 

Better return to-day . . . . 
Better return to-morrow . . . . 



Eeditum 
Eedoleo 
Eedormio 
Eedundo 

Eeduvia 

Eedux 

Eefectio 

Eefector 

Eefercio 

Beflatus 

Eeflecto 

Eefodio 

Eeformo 

Eefragor 

Eefregi 

Eefringo 

Eefagium 

Eefugus 

Begalis 

Eegelo 

Eegie 

Eegiflce 

Eegimen 

Eegno 

Eegnxun 
Eegulus 

Eegusto 

Eegyro 
Eehalo 
Eeice 
Eejectus 



84 



''UNICODE'': 



Shall return in time for dinner . . . Belabor 
Shall r^^f^f^ in time for dinner^ am bringing — Helatio 



Sample has arrived Belaxas 

Sample has been sent Belictnin 

Sample has not arrived .... Belino 

Sample will be sent Beliqnns 

Forward another sample .... Beluctor 

Forward by post sample and price of — . Bemano 

When will sample be sent .... Bemansio 



Security offered is accepted 

Security offered is not accepted . 
Better security is required . 
Can you obtain good security 
Get the best security you can 
What security have you obtained 



Bemex 

Bemigium 

Bemisceo 

Bemissus 

Bemolior 

Bemoram 



(Sell) — At what price may I sell 
Do not sell at any price . 
Do not sell at less than — 
Do not sell until further orders 



Send as early as 
Send at once 
Send at once 
Send at once 
Send at once 
Sen^ at once 
Send at once 
Send at once 
Send at once 
Send at once 
Send at once 
Send at once 



possible . 

by — . 

by cheque 

by quickest means — 

by P.0.0. — 

by Parcel Post 

by post . 

by raUway goods train 

by Great Eastern Railway Co. 
by Great Northern Railway Co. 
by Great Western Railway Co. 



Bemordeo 
Bemotns 
Bemugio 
BemTinero 

Benarro 

Benatus 

Benavlgo 

Benendns 

Benixas 

Beno 

Bemintio 

Bemintius 

Bepandus 

Beparco 

Bepecto 

Bepente 



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Send at once by London^ Brighton^ and 
South Coast Eailway Co. . . 

Send at once by London^ Chatham^ and 
Dover Bailway Co 

Send at once by London and North- Western 
Railway Co. • . . 

Send at once by London and South-Western 
Railway Co. 

Send at once by Midland Railway Co. 

Send at once by South Eastern Railway Co. 

Send at once by special messenger 

Send at once with the goods already on 

order .... 
Send authority to — 
Send authority for — 
Send authority at once 
Send for enclosure to-day to — 
Send for enclosure to-morrow to — 
Send full instructions . 
Send full particulars of — . 
Send full particulars of accident 
Send full particulars of claim 
Send full particulars of damage 
Send my evening dress here 
Send my evening dress to — 
Send my flannels here 
Send my flannels to — 
Send to our order at Railway Station at — . 
Send to our order at Railway Station here . 
Send to our order at wharf here . 
Have sent as requested . . . . 
Have sent by special messenger . . 
Have sent by Great Eastern Railway Co. . 
Have sent by Great Northern Railway Co. . 
Have sent by Ghreat Western Railway Co. • 



Eepertor 

Bepexus 

BepletiLS 

Eeplico 
Eeplnm 
Eeplumbo 
Eepono 

Reportare 
Eeporto 
Eepostus 
Eepotia 
Eepotiorum 
Bepressi 
Bepressor 
Beprobo 
Beptatio 
Bepudio 
Bepndinin 
Bepngno 
• Bepulsns 
Bepurgo 
Beputo 
Beputabo 
Beputans 
Eepntavi 
Eeqnies 
Bequiro 
Besaluto 
Besarcio 
Besecro 



86 



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Have sent by London^ Brighton^ and South 

Coast Railway Co. . . . * . 

Have sent by London^ Chatham^ and Dover 

Hallway Co. . . . • • 

Have sent by London and North- Western 

Railway Co. 

Have sent by London and South-*Westem 

Railway Co. ..... 

Have sent by Midland Railway Co. 

Have sent by South-Eastem Railway Co. . 



Besectus 

Besedo 
Besegmen 

Besemino 
Besequor 
Beservo 



(Service) — Will you take service for me 

on — Besidmis 

Will you take service for me on Sunday * . Besignat 

Will you take service for me to-morrow . Besilio 



(Settle) — Cannot settle at present^ will do so 

shortly 

Everjrfching settled^ return at once 
Ever3rfching settled^ telegraph .when you will 



come 



Settlement arrived at satisfactorily 
Settlement is impossible . 
Settlement must be come to 
Settlement must be come to immediately 
Settlement must be come to by — 



Ship is detained in quarantine 
Skip is detained in port 
Skip is due on the — 
SAip is just leaving port 
Skip sailed from here on the — 
Skip will sail on the — 
What is the name of the sAip 
When did the sAip arrive . 
When was tl^e skip last heard of 



Besistit 
Besolvo 

Besonus 

Besorbeo 

Besorpsi 

Bespergo 

Bespiro 

Bestagno 

Bestlllo 

Bestiti 

Bestringo 

Besndo 

Besulto 

Besi;iplrLO 

BesTirgo 

Betardo 

Betectus 



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(Size) — What is about the size 
What size do you want 

Sold by order of the Court 
Sold by public auction 
Sold with all faults . 
For how much has it been sold 
It has been sold for — 
Was not sold 
Will not be sold 

(Standstill) — Am quite at a standstill 

(Start) — Cannot start at time agreed on 
Cannot start to-day . 
Cannot start until — . 

Statement is confirmed . 
Statement is denied . 
Statement is incorrect, send another 
Full statement sent by post 
Send statement of account . 
You are authorised to deny the statement 



. Eetego 

. Eetentio 

. Eetexui 

. Eeticeo 

. Retono 

. Retostns 

. Eetribuo 

. Eetroago 

. Retrudo 

. Retrusus 

. Rennctor 

. Reus 

. Reveho 

. Revera 

. Reversus 

. Revincio 

. Revisito 

. Revocatio 

. Revocare 



Stock is abundant . 
Stock is very low 
What have you in stock 

Subject to a discount of — 
Subject to analysis 
Subject to your approval 

Sufficient time must be given . 
Is not sufficient 
Is quite sufficient 

G 



. RevTilsi 

. Rhacinus 

. Rhacoma 

. Rhagion 

. Rhamnus 

. Rhetor 

. Rhexia 

. Rhodora 

. Ehoicns 



88 "UNICODE": 

(Suit) — It will not «wf^ Ehombus 

It will suit very well Ehyas 

Supply is exhausted Bhytlon 

Send a further supply of — . . . Bigatio 

Sympathise deeply with you in the loss you 

have sustained Bigesco 

Sympathise deeply with you in your trouble . Bigide 



(Take) — Do not taie — . 
How long will it taie 
How long will it taie to complete 
Refuse to taie it back 
When will it taie place 
Will taie it into consideration . 
Will taie it with me . 



Eigidor 

Eigoris 

Eiparius 

Eitualis 

Eixator 

Eixosus 

Eoboreus 



Telegram. (Befer to Acknowledge^ Adbebss^ 

Cancel^ Hotels^ Ordeb^ Unicode^ 

Wait.) 
Telegram received ..... Eoboro 
Telegram received, agree to — . . . EobllT 
Telegram received, agree to your terms . Eobustus 
Telegram received, cannot agree to contents . Eodo 
Telegram received, cannot agree to terms, 

will write . Eogalem 

Telegram received, cannot agree to your 

terms Eogator 

Telegram received, cannot cancel orders . Eogito 
Telegram received, cannot cancel orders, 

already attended to . . . . Eoresco 
Telegram received, cannot do so . . . Eorifer 
Telegram received, cannot do so to-day. . Eosetiun 
Telegram received, cannot meet you . . Eosmaris 



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Telegram received, cannot meet you until — 

Telegram received, cannot understand its 
meaning, wire again in different words . 

Telegram received, have done as you requested 

Telegram received, have written you fully . 

Telegram received, meeting postponed . 

Telegram received,meeting postponed until — 

Telegram received, orders cancelled 

Telegram received, orders cancelled, and sub- 
sequent ones substituted 

Telegram received too late . . . • 

Telegram received too late for — 

Ifefe^raw received too late for post 

Telegram received, will meet you 

Telegram received, will meet you at — 

Telegram received, will meet you as desired . 

Telegram received, will do as you wish 

Telegram and letter received 

Telegram and letter received, having attention 

Telegram and letter received, having atten- 
tion, will write 

Our last telegram was dated — . 

Reply immediately to telegram sent on — . 

There is no telegram from you here, wire 
to me at once to — 

There is no telegram from you here, wire 
to me at once to this address 

There is no telegram from you here, wire 
to me to Poste Restante at -— 

There is no telegram from you here, wire 
tp me to Poste Restante here 

Telegraph date despatched .... 

Telegraph date of departure 

Telegraph him [or her] at Poste Restante — . 

Telegraph how many are wanted 

Telegraph me at Poste Restante — 
G t 



Botatus 

Botula 

BotundTis 

Bubellus 

Bubesco 

EubetTim. 

Bnbia 

Bubrica 

Bndis 

Bufolus 

Bugosus 

Biiidus 

Bnitiirus 

Bumpus 

Euncator 

Buncina 

Bunco 

Buptor 
Buralis 
BursTun 

Biirum 

Buscario 

Bnscariuni 

Euscnm 

Bussatus 

Bustice 

BiLsticitas 

BiLsticor 

Bnta 



90 



'*UmCODE*': 








Telegraph me at Poste Bestante here 




• 


Eutarum 


Telegraph present price of — 




• 


Sabiilo 


Telegraph reply to letter . 




• 


Sacal 


Telegraph reply to letter of — . 




• 


Sacco 


Telegraph result of — 




• 


Saccnliifl 


Telegraph result of your interview 




• 


Sacellmn 


Telegraph substance of your letter 




• 


Sacodios 


Telegraph what progress you are making 


• 


Sacoma 


Telegraph your address for letters 


to 


be 




posted to you to-night • 


• 


• 


Saconiatis 


Telegraph your address for letters 


to 


be 




posted to you to-morrow 


■ 


• 


Sacrarium 


Telegraph your address for letters 


to 


be 




posted to you on — 


• 


• 


Sacratum 



Terms. (Refer to Teleg&ajc.) 

Terms are accepted 

Terms are considered satisfactory. 

Terms are rejected . . . . ' . 

Terms are too high 

Terms are too low 

Terms will not suit 

Accept the terms ofEered .... 

Cannot accept other terms than already 

named 

Get the best terms possible .... 

Get the best term^ possible, and wire result . 

What are the best terms .... 

What are your terms ..... 

What terms are agreed to . 

(Thanks) — Accept our best thanks . 

Theatre, or Concert. 

Booh a private box for the — ... 

Booh a private box for this evening 

Booh one stall for — . . . . 



Sacrifer 

Sacris 

Sagatus 

Sagdarum 

Saginatio 

Sagminis 

Sagulum 

Sagum 

Salacla 

Salarius 

Salebra 

Salgama 

Salictiiin 

Salignus 



SalillTim 

Salina 

SaliTiixca 



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£ooi two stalls for — 

Book three stalls for — 

£ook four stalls for — 

£ook one dress circle seat for — 

£ooi two dress circle seats for — 

Book three dress circle seats for — 

Book four dress circle seats for — 

£ook one upper circle seat for — 

Book two upper circle seats for — 

£ook three upper circle seats for — • 

Book four upper circle seats for — 

Cannot get tickets 

Cannot get tickets you want 

Cannot get tickets you want, shall I take for — 

Have a private box for to-night for the — . 

Save stalls for to-night for the — 

Have dress circle tickets for to-night for the 

Have upper circle tickets for to-night for the 

Have tickets for to-night for the — . . 

Received invitationior concert this eveningat — 

Received invitation for concert this evening, 

can you come • . . . . 
Received invitation for theatre this evening . 
Received invitation for theatre this evening, 

can you come . . . . . 
Received invitation for theatre this evening, 

meet me -at — 
S/iall I take a box for the — . 
Skall I take stalls for the — 
Shall I take tickets for the — . 
Take a box for to-night for the — 
Take stalls for to-night for the — 
Take dress circle seats for to-night for the — 
Take upper circle seats for to-night for 

the — 

Ta^^ tickets for to-night for the — 



Silivosus 

Salsius 

Salsura 

Saltatio 

Saltern 

Saluber 

Saluto 

Sambuca 

Samiolus 

Sanmites 

Sandalis 

Sandyx 

Sanesco 

Sangenon 

Sanguino 

Sanitas 

Santerna 

Saperda 

Sapineus 

Sapros 

Sarcina 
Sardonyx 

Sarissa 

Sarmen 

Sarritio 

Sartago 

Satageus 

Satagito 

Satisdo 

Sativus 

Satura 
Saucius 



92 "UNICODE": 

There ought to be Saxifer 

TAere ought not to be . . . . Scaber 

TAere will be Scabres 

TAere will not be . . . . • . Scala 

Time has already expired . .' . . Scalprum 

Time is too long Scambus 

Time is too short ..... Scanmum 
Time must be made the essence of the con- 
tract Scando 

Time will expire on the — . . . . Scansilis 

Can you alter the time to — . . . ScariQ.CO 

Can you extend the time for — . . . Scarites 

Shall I be in tim^e for — . . . . Scatebra 

There is not sufficient time .... Scena 

There will be plenty of time . . . Sclieda 

What is the latest time for — . . . ScllidiTiS 



Too long to telegraph details^ am writing fully . Schiston 

(Train) — Have missed train .... Scholium 
Have missed train, cannot arrive in time 

for — Scienter 

Have missed ^m^^^ cannot arrive this evening Scilicet 

Have missed train, cannot arrive until — . ScincTls 

Have missed train, do not expect me . . Scio 
Have missed train, impossible to be home 

before — Scirpeus 

Have missed train, impossible to be with 

you to-night ScilTOma 

Have missed train, make other arrangements Scloppus 

Have missed train, postpone meeting . . Scobina 

Have missed train, postpone meeting until — Scolymos 

Have missed train, remaining here to-night Scombrus 
Have missed train, send carriage to meet me 

at — Screatus 



UNIVERSAL TELEGRAPHIC PHRASE-BOOK 93 

Have missed trainy send conveyance to meet 

me at — Scriniuin 

Have missed traifiy shall arrive later . . Scriptio 

Have missed traiuy unable to keep appoint- 
ment . Scrofula 

Have missed train, wait for me until — . ScTltatus 

Have missed train, wait until I arrive . SCTltella 

Have missed train, will come by first in the 

morning ...... ScTltica 

Leaving by train arriving at — . . . ScypllTlS 

Leaving by train arriving at Cannon Street 

Station at — Scyricum 

Leaving by train arriving at Charing Cross 

Station at — ^cytala 

Leaving by train arriving at Euston at — . Scytllica 

Leaving by train arriving at Penchurch 

Street at — Secedo 

Leaving by train arriving at Holbom Via- 
duct at — Secessio 

Leaving by train arriving at King's Cross at — Seclus 

Leaving by train arriving at Liverpool Street 

at — Secludo 

Leaving by trai7i arriving at London Bridge 

at — • . Secretio 

Leaving by train arriving at Paddington 

at -^ SecundTim 

Leaving by train arriving at St. Pancra^ 

at — Sedecula 

Leaving by train arriving at Victoria at — . Seduco 
Leaving by train arriving at Waterloo 

at — Segestre 

Leaving by train due at — . . . Segnipes 

Leaving by train, meet me at — . . . Segnis 

Leaving by train, meet me at station at — . Segnitia 
Leaving by train, send carriage to meet me 

at — Segrego 



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*' UNICODE'': 



Leaving by train, send conveyance to meet 

me at — 

Leaving by train, shall be with you at — . 
Leaving by train this afternoon . 
Leaving by train this evening . 
Leaving by train this morning . 

(Trial) — When will the trial take place 

(Trouble) — Do not trouble in the matter 
Will necessitate too much trouble 

(True) — It is not true . . 
It is quvte true . . , 

(Trusted) — Are they to be trusted . 
Can be trusted to the extent of — 
Do not trust — ... 

To what extent can they be trusted 

(Understand) — Do not understand your letter . 
Do not understand your telegram 
Do you understand . . . . ■ . 
Do you understand our meaning . 
Does he understand ..... 



SeguUura 

Sejungo 

Selago 

Selectio 

Selibra 

Sella 

Sellaria 
Sementis 

Semibos 
Semidea 

Semiliora 
Seminex 
Semito 
Semodius 

Semoveo 

Semuncia 

Senmstus 

Senecio 

Senectus 



(Unicode) — To decipher this message refer to 

the Unicode Unicode 



(Unnecessary) — Consider it unnecessary . 



Senex 



(Unsaleable) — Is unsaleable^ unless at a heavy loss SeniTim 
Is quite unsaleable . . • • . Sentisco 



Unsatisfactory reports have arrived 
Is very unsatisfactory 



. SeorsTim 
. Sepelio 



UNIVEB8AL TELEGBAPHIC FRBA8E-B00K. 



95 



Visit. (Refer to Appointments, Postpone, Train.) 



Wait for me at — 

Wait for me this evening .... 
Wait for me this evening, will call 
Wait my arrival ..... 
^aiY my letter before starting . 
Wait my letter before taking any action 
Wait my telegram' before starting 
Wait my telegram before taking any action 
Wait until you hear further before — . 
Wait until you receive my letter 
Am waiting here for a letter from you before 
starting ...... 

Am waiting here for a telegram from you 
before starting ..... 



Septicus 

Sereno 

SergLa 

Seriola 

SerlTis 

Serratim 

Sesqui 

Sessito 

Sestiana 

SetaniTim 

SetosTis 
Sevoco 



Weather too unfavourable .... 
Weather too unfavourable, do not come 
Weather too unfavourable, must postpone - — 
Weather too unfavourable, return by rail 
Weather too unfavourable, returning by next 

train ....... 

Weather too unfavourable to put to sea 
Weather too unfavourable to put to sea, will' 

telegraph departure .... 
Weather too unfavourable to start to-day 
Weather very fine ..... 
Weather very fine, excursion to-day 
Weather very fine, sea quite smooth . 
Weather very fine, shall expect you—. 
Weather very fine, shall expect you this 

morning ...... 

Weather very fine, shall expect you this 

afternoon • . . . . 



SexatruTis 
Sextiana 
Sext-ula 
SexTis 

Siccanus 
Siccine 

Siderior 

Sido 

Sigma 

Signifer 

Signiniis 

Sigmim 

Silaceus 

Siliqua 



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'* UNIGODE.'' 



Weather \erj fine, shall expect you this 

evening 

Weather very fine, shall start to-day . 
Weather very fine, will wait your arrival 



When did you last hear from — 
Will. (Refer to Deaths, Exbcutobs.) 

Writing. (Refer to Letter, Post.) 
Writing to you by to-day's post . 
Writing to you by early post 
Writing to you by next mail — . 
Writing you to-day respecting — 
Writing you to-morrow respecting — 



(Wrong) — Is anything wrong . . . . 
Is anything wrong^ have received nothing 

from — 

Is anything wrong ^ have not heard from you 
Is anything wrong y have not heard from you 

for some time ..... 
Nothing wrong y will write .... 

Wrote. (Refer to Letter, Post.) 
Wrote to you addressed to — 
Wrote to you by mail of last — . 
Wrote to you by this evening's post . 
Wrote to you by this morning's post . 



Silnrus 

SHva 

Silveseo 



. Silvicola 



Similago 

Similis 

Simplex 

Simnltas 

Sinciput 

Sindon 

Singulus 
Sinister 

Sinopis 
Sinnm 



Sinuosus 
Siparimn 
Siquandare 
Siquajido 



PRIVATE CODE. 

A SIMPLE means of converting the Unicode into a secret private code is for 
correspondents to arrange to nse instead of the cypher set opposite to the 
phrases in the book the cypher affixed to the phrase one, two, or more lines 
above or below, as may be selected. For instance, if it is agreed to nse in- 
stead of the regulation cypher word the one next following it in the Code, 
a telegram with the word " Oporice " would mean to the general body of Uni- 
code users " Posted letter to-day, do not leave before receipt ; " but the per- 
son for whose private information the message was intended would read the 
real meaning as " Posted letter to-day, do not act on it, another follows." 
The following selection of cypher words will never be included in the 
" Unicode " for permanent use with any specific phrases. They are in- 
tended to be used only for private phrases to be arranged specially between 
individual correspondents : — 

Veneno 

Venenuni 

Venereus 

Veneror 

Venetns 

Venicula 

Veinor 

VenosTis 

Ventilo 

Ventrale 



98 ''UNICODE": 

Vemindo 
Venus 



Vepres 
Vepretum 



Veratrura 



Verax 



Verbena 



Verber 



VerbosTis 



Veredns 



Veretrum 



Veritas 



Vermino 



Vermis 



Vematio 



Verpns 



Verrinns 



Verruca 



UNIVEE8AL TELEGfLAPHIC PHBASE-BOOK. 99 

Versoria 
Vertagiis 
Vertebra 
Vertigo 



Verum 



Verutum 



Vesania 



Vescor 



Vesica 



Vesicula 



Vesper 



Vestio 



Vestras 



Veto 



Vetulns 



Vetustas 



Vexatio 



Vexator 



100 "UNIOODE*': 

VexUliun 
ViaJis 
Viarius 
Viaticus 



Viator 



Vibex 



Vibro 



Vicarius 



Vicatim 



Vicinia 



Vicissim 



Victima 



Victito 



Victrix 



Vidi 



Viduitas 



VidulTim 



VidiiTis 



UNIVEBSAL TELEQBAPHIGPHBASE'BOOK 101 

Vigesco 

Vign 

Vigilax 

Vigilia 

Vigor 

ViUa 



Villaris 



Villicus 



ViUuIa 



Vimen 



Vlnacens 



Vinca 



Vincio 



Vinctura 



Vincales 



Vindemia 



Vindex 



Vindico 



102 ** UNICODE*': 

' Vinetum 
Vinitor 
Viola 
Violator 



•> . 



Violens 



Violenter 



Vipera 

Vipereus 

Virago 



Viresco 



Viretum 



Virgula 



Viridis 



Viritim 



VirosTis 



Virtus 



Visula 



Vix 



UNIVERSAL TELEGRAPHIC PHRASE-BOOK. 



The following cypher words have been added to " Unicode '' 
since its :first publication : — 



Antidotum 

Anxiferum 

Congrnixim 

Conifer 

Coniferum 

MelliUa 

Mellinia 

Mellis 

Mellitorum 

Mellitum 

MeUo 

Mellorum 

Mellum 

Melofolia 

Melofoliam 

Meminisse 

Memoris 

Memoratus 

Obvertunto 

Obvigilat 

Obvigilavi 

H 



Obvigilo 

Obviam 

Obvolvunt 

Occallatus 

Occano 

Occ€ksiones 

Orarum 

Palpajninum 

Palpare 

Palpat 

Palpajnus 

Palpandum 

Rcuritatis 

Bavem 

Recludit 

Becludo 

Recludunt 

Beportare 

Bepotiorum 

Repress! 

Reputabo 



umcoDEr 



Reputans 

Beputavi 

Botula 

Burum 

Ruscario 

Ruscarium 

Buscuin 

Rusticitas 

Ruta 



Rutarum 

Sacomatis 

Sacrcurium 

Sacratum 

Sinuosus 

Sipcurium 

Siquandare 

Siquando 



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UNICODE USERS. 

The following is a list of important firms and establishments to whom mesaagea in 
the "Unicode" may be sent by any persons at any time without necessity for 
previous arrangement. Their registered telegraphic address is also given. 

BBOIBTSBBD 
KAMB OF FIEM. TBLBGBAPHIO ADDBB8S. 

AddaMB-WiUiainB, R., 16, Commercial Street, Newport, ) Addams-Williams, New- 
Monmouth (and at Crickhowell) f port, Mon. 

Alabaster, PaBBxnore ft Sons, Fann Street, Aldersgate i ai«„«^. Tv.«^^« 
Street, London . .[ Alamores, London. 

^a?sSLe" Wok^"". ^"^ "^ "^^^ '''• '"."'^" } All-Hne, London. 
**AiLclior"Ll2ie {see Henderson Brothers). 

An£:lo-American Brusb Electric Light Corporation, ) mjr^^^x^ t^^a^^ 
Limited, Belvedere Road, London . . . . f Magneto, London. 

^St;tS,'Li^o^^^ ""* ^*^^ Compw, 12, Hopwood | ^^j^^ liv^rpool. 

^rstre^l!^^^^^^ "i^'^' "^*^' ''': ^'^: } Army, London. 
Arnold, E. J., 3, Briggate, Leeds Arnold, Leeds. 

Artistic Stationery Co., Limited, Plough Court, Fetter ) ^j,^^. ^^^^^ 
Lane, London ^^ «^ «« *v, *^ « . 

Bain, W., ft Co., 6a, Victoria Street, Westminster^ London . Lochrin, London. 
Edinburgh Lochrin, Edinburgh. 

Batrd, WilUam ft Co., 168, West George Street, Glasgow . Bairds, Glasgow. 
^^*^i!fixS'"' *. ^\ ^' ^^'^^''' ®*'''.*' CJ)*^}BallantynePress, London. 
Edinburgh : Paul's Work .' .'!!.' ! { ^*^*y^^^^' *^- 

Bemrose ft Sons, 23, Old Bailey, London .... Bemrose, London. 
Derby Bemrose, Derby. 

Blnnie, James, 69, Bath Street, Glasgow .... Gartcosh, Glasgow. 

Binns, Walter, Stanhope Works, Horton Lane, Bradford . Stanhope, Bradford. 

Bird, Bookseller. Tring Bird, Tring. 

BoUans, E., ft Co., Banelagh Works, Leamington . . . Bollans, Leamington. 

Brai^uer, C, ft Co., Steel Pen Works, New John Street )3^ Birmingham. 

West, Birmingham ) ' ^ 

Brendon, WilUam, ft Son, Printers, Plymouth . . . Brendonson, Plymouth. 

Brlnsmead, John, ft Sons, 18, 20, and 22, Wigmore Street, ) grinsmead London 
London j ' 

Brown's Hotel (J. J. Pord ft Sons), 22, Dover Street, U^ownoteL London. 
London ) ^ 

Brown, Scott ft Co., Red Lion Yard, 254, High Holbom, lp^notuaL London. 

London ..." ) ' 

Brown, A., ft Sons, 26 and 27, Savile Street, Hull . Brown, Hull 

Bull, William James, 21, Westcroft Square, Bavenscourt 
Park, Hammersmith, London; National Union Club, 
Albemarle Street ; and London Sailing Club, 



104 ''UNICODE'*: 

BIOIITBXXD 
HAMI OF riBM. TBLKJBAPHIO ADOBBSB. 

« 

BuUlYaiLt ft Ca, 72, Biark Lane. London .... BuUivanti, London. 

Oaldw^ Brotlien, Limited, Waterloo Stationery and Print- \ ri.i^„^ii. v^;«k«^u ' 
ing WorkB, u; 13. and 15, Waterloo Place, Edinburgh ) Caldwell.. Edinbnrgh. 

Oallender'B Bitumen, Telegraph and Waterinroof Co., ) fj«Uender London- 
Limited, 101, Leadenhall Street, London . . . I i^allender, lx)ndon. 

Cameron ft Fergneon, 88, West Nile Street, Glaigow . Exemplum, Glasgow. 
London : Salisbury Court, Fleet Street . . . Gameronius, London. 

CammeU, CliarleB, ft Co., Limited, Cyclops Steel and Lron ) n.».».^ii ak^m^i^ 

Woriks, Sheffield . . ... . . . [Cammell, Sheffield- 
Campbell, P. and P., The Perth Dye Works, Perth . . Campbell, Perth. 
"^^Ire^^hl^""^ Accountants, 5, St. Andrews | barter, Edinburgh. 

^^^^ndon^" ^^^^' ^ ^^® ^*^'''«^ ^""^^^ ^^' }Caspeg, London. 
CaoBton, Sir Joseph, ft Sons, 9, Eastcheap, London . . Caustcheap, London. 

Ohatwood's Patent Safe and Look Co., Limited, 76, New- ) r«v«+«««j- t^«j«« 
gate Street, London . . . ... . [ Chatwoods, London. 

Manchester : 11, Cross Street . • . . . . Chatwoods, Manchester. 

Liverpool : 17, Lord Street Chatwoods, LiverpooL 

Leeds : 22, Bond Street Chatwoods, Leeds. 

Bolton : Lancashire Safe and Lock Works . . . Chatwoods, Bolton. 

Chnbb ft Son's Lock and Safe Company, Limited, 128, ) nu^ux. t^^a^^ 
Queen Victoria Street, London. . . . . 1 ) Chubb, London. 

City Timber ft Saw Hills Co.. Limited, 168, London Road,\ Macmuldrow liveroool 
Liverpool. (P. Macmuldrow, Managing Director.) ./ J*i»cm^<l«>^» l^verpool. 

Civil Senj?^ anpply AgBooiatton, Limited, 136, Queen Vic- 1 g^. ^o^^^^ 
tona Street, London .......) ' 

Clabbnm, James, Norwich 

Clay ft Abraham, 87, Bold Street, Liverpool . . . One, LiverpooL 

'^'cKfid?"*^' ™''. ^J **°" f""*^**'. "*" } Jacfaon, CUy Cro... 

Clpde, A. C, Letchmore Heath, Elstree .... Clode, Radlett. 

Coates ft Co., Blackfriars Distillery, Plymouth. . . Coates, Plymouth. 

Cochrane, Paterson ft Co., Leith Cochrane, Leith. 

Cochrane, Thos. E., Lieutenant, H. M. S. Invincible, 
Southampton. 

*"ffi|l"t.SSdo^' '^'^ '^. '*". """. "': {Comngridge. London. 
Ceilings, J. A, Monce Square, and Richmond Wa1k,Devonport Jacoals, Devouport. 
ColTille, David, ft Sons, 7, Fenchurch Avenue, London . Colville, Motherwell. 
^"^"^S^ld ' * ^!^' ^^^ Bmldings, Organ Works. | ^^^^^ Huddersfleld. 
Conan, Joseph, 4, Dawson Street, DubUn .... Conan, Dublin. 
Cook, Son ft Co., 22, St. Paul's Churchyard, London . , Cook, St. Paul's, London. 
Coope, E. Jesser, S.S. Yacht Sunrise 

^tr^^SJ" ^°V "^; ^^^: ^^^: *''.'^ ^^' ^^^^jCromac, Belfast. 
CottereU Brothers, 11, Clare Street, Bristol . . . Cotterells, Bristol 
Conper, James, ft Sons, City Glass Works, Glasgow . . Coupers, Glasgow. 
Coyentry Cycle Company, White Friars Lane, Coventry . Imperial, Coventry. 

"^^vSj^dor'*""'."^^ '' *"' '*: =•': }cheyl».ore. London. 
Cowie Brothers ft Co., 69, St. Vincent Street, Glasgow . Celtic, Glasgow. 



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UNIVERSAL TELEGBAFHIG PHBA8E-BG0K 105 

' KEOISTBBKD 

KAMB OF FIBM. TBLBORAPHIO ADDBV88. 

GroBBley, John, ft Sons, Limited:— 

Halifax : Dean Clough Mills . . . - . . Orosaleyg, Halifax. 

London : FaJcon HaU, 15, Silver Street . . . OroBsleysIimitedyLondon. 

Manchester : 57, Portland Street .... Tapestiy, Manchester. 

Cimard Steamship Co., Limited, Liverpool . . . . Gunard, Liverpool. 

Davey ft Son, Old Barge House Wharf, Blackf riars Bridge, ) ^vTallsend London. 
London ..........) ' 

DaWBon, 0. E., 10, Hart Street, Bloomsbury Square, Lon- ) t)^-^-* Tjondon 
don, "W.O ) * 

"•"SW, L^nd^*"?* ^^''"' ^^\ '"f ^«"^'^}Debenham, London. 

Dehenham, Tewson, Farmer, ft Bridgwater, 80, Gheapside, ) Debenhams, Oheapside, 

London . . . j London. 

Dickeson, Sir Richard, and Company, Victoria Warehouses, ) Richard Dickeson, 

Mansell Street, London j London. 

Dover : Market Lane Dickeson, Dover. 

Dublin : Ellis's Quay Dickeson, Dublin. 

Aldershot Dickeson, Aldershot. 

Dickinson, John, ft Co., 65, Old Bailey, London . . Gommiles, London. 

Dinning ft Cooke, Percy Iron Works, Newcastle-on-Tyne . | ^"^^'^ Newcastle-ou- 
Downing, J. S., Grown WorkSjG^mmercialStreet, Birmingham Downing, Birmingham. 
^^^^'*^^*''' ^^"^ company. Limited, 1, Gollege | D^^wick, Dublin. 

Dunn ft Wright, Printers and Publishers, 100—102, West ) r>\.^^A m „« 
George Street and 100—106, Stirling Road, Glasgow . f ^^^<ioi^ Ulasgow. 

Eason, Charles, Publisher, 13, Aston's Quay, Dublin . . Eason, Dublin. 

Eglinton Chemical Co., Limited, Lrvine, N.B. . . Eglinton, Irvine. 

Emmet, John, ft Co., Springfield Paper MiUs, Bolton . . Emmet, Bolion. 

English and Foreign Electrotjrpe Agency, 19, Ludgate ) ™^ .^^ . t««^«« 
Hill, London, E.G. . . . . . . .) Electragt, London. 

Eyre ft SpotUswoode, Great New Street, London . . Spotless, London. 

Farls, David, Warsfcone Lane, Birmingham . . . Faris, Birmingham. 

F&udel, PhiUlps ft Sons, 36 to 40, Newgate Street, London Faudel, London. 

Fauvel, C. H., 4, Garlton Terrace, Southampton 

Feltham ft Co., Gity Steam Works, Little Britain, London . Felthams, London. 

Femau ft Eltze, 133, West Gampbell Street, Glasgow . • . Femau, Glasgow. 

Finlayson, Bousfteld ft Co., Flax Mills, Johnstone, N.B. . Finlayson, Johnstone. 

Fleming, F. ft A. B. ft Co., limited, Ghemical Works, Garo- ) n— «i;«« t?^;«i>„-«i. 
line Park, Edinburgh; (London Office,15,Whitefriars St.) ;^«^o»"»e» iiOmburgti. 

Foster, Porter ft Co., Limited, 47, Wood Street, London . Fosporter, London. 

Fraser ft Fraser, Bromley-by-Bow, London . . . Pressure, London. 

Fulcher, Arthur, Milgate Park, Maidstone. (Telegraph 
Station, Bearstead) 

Gardner, Jno.; ft Son, 11, Bradford Street, Birmingham . Simplex, Birmingham, 
^"^nd^*®"* ^^^" Exchange, 9, Strand, Gharing Gross, | Rendezvous, London. 

Glasgow and West of Scotland Qnardian Society for the ) p„„ ,. ^ r<in«,,«« 

Protection of Trade, 145, Queen Street, Glasgow . . f ^^r<"*^» i^iasgow, 

Dundee Guardian, Dundee. 

Godden, William JelTerys, Solicitor, Point Pinellas, Hills- 
borough Gounty, Florida, U.S. A. 
Grand Hotel, Broad Street, Bristol . . . . . Grand, Bristol. 
Grand ^Otel, Trafalgar Square, London .... Granotel, London. 

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106 ** UNICODE": 

ESOXS'niBID 
VAMB OF FIUI. T«LK0RAPH1C AODBBM. 

Orant ft Ck>., 72 and 75, TummiU Street London . Grants, London. 

Oreen it Bona, Printers, Beverley Green, Beverley. 

OrMm, F., ft Ck>., 13^ Fenchnrch Avenue, London . . Thirteen, London. 

Qreen, H. 0. Efferton, King's Ford, Colchester 

Oreenar, W. W., St. Mary's Square, Birmingham . . Greener, Birmingham. 
London : 68, Haymarket Ejector, London. 

Onion ft Ck>., 11, Bmnford Street, Liverpool . . . Gnion, Liverpool. 

Haage ft Bohinldt, Erfurt Hagesmit, Erfurt 

Hallett ft Co., 7, St Martin's Place, London . . Olgrande, London. 

Hall, J. ft B., 23, St Swithin's Lane, London . . . Hallford, London. 
Dartf ord, Kent Hallford, Dartford« 

Hanaard, Henry ft Bon. House of Commons Printing Office, ) Hansards, London. 

41, Parker Street, W.C > ' 

Haalam, John, ft Co., limited. Fountain Street, Manchester Squirrels, Manchester. 

Bolton Squirrels, Bolton. 

London Sqxdrrels, London. 

Haynes, a«orge, ft Ca, Hampstead Cotton Mills, Cherry )h^^ Stockport. 
Tree Lane, Stockport i 

Hendenon Brotlien, ** Anchor " line, 47, Union Street, i Anchor Glassow 
Glasgow ) * ^^^ 

Henry* A S., ft Ca, Huddersfield Henrys, Huddersfield. 

Heywood, John, Publisher and BookseUer, I>eaMgate» I Books, Manchester. 
Manchester ^ -^ 

HUdeaheimer ft Fftnlkner, 41, Jewin Street, London . . Labor, London. 

Hobbs, W.. ft Bona, Printers and Chromo-Lithographers, ) g^, ;^^^^^^g 
Maidstone j ' 

Hogg, Alexander, ft Co., 60, Virginia Street, Glasgow . Hogg, Glasgow. 

Holden, Burnley ft Co., Cumberland Works, Cemetery Road, ) g^jj^ey Girlinjrton. 
Bradford .1 ^* * 

Holden, George, ft Son, 21, Carter Lauc, Old Change, London Holden, London. 

Holden, Isaac, ft Sons, Alston Works, Bradford . . Holdens, Bradford. 

Hooper ft Co., Covent Garden, London .... Hortus, London. 

Horn ft Bon, Patent Agents, Somerset Chambers, 151, J ^^^e-a-wake, Lond<m. 
Strand, London j ' 

Hombuckle, W. A., ft Co., 18, BiUiter Street, London. . Hombuckle, London. 

Hdtdl Mtftropole, Northumberland Avenue, London . . M^tropole, London. 

Honlaton ft Sons, 7t Paternoster Buildings, London . . Houlston, London. 

HowatBOn, Cteorge S., 20, Bucklersbury, London . . (7eorgeHowat8on,London. 

Howell, Henry, ft Co., 180, Old Street, London . . . Heniy Howell, London. 

Howell, John, ft Co., limited, 3, St. Paul's Churchyard, ) go^eu London. 

London j ' 

Hnsrhes, Thomas, ft Co., 194, Euston Road, London . . Navigable, London, 
mingworth, Daniel, ft Sons, Whetley Mills, Bradford . Illingworth, Bradford. 
Ismay, John, ft Sons, Newcastle-on-Tyne .... IsmaySfNewcastleon-Tyno. 

Jarvls, J. W., ft Son, 28, King William Street, Strand, London Biblionist, London. 

Jennings, George, Palace Wharf, Stangate, London . . Jennings, London. 

Johnson, Uatthey ft Co., 78, Hatton Garden, London . Matthey, London. 

Johnson. Walker ft ToDrarst, 80, Aldersgate Street, ) j. ^o^^^^ 
London > ' 

^^^^^iL^n ^ ^' ^' ^^*^ ^^ ^^"^^^ ^"^^^} Geographers, London. 



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UNIVEBSAL TELEGRAPHIC PHBA8E-B00K 107 

RSOISTERED 
KAMB OF FIRM. TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS. 

Junior Army and Na^y Stores, Limited :— 

London : York House, "Waterloo Place . . . Supplies, London. 

Aldershot : 16, 17, and 18, Union Street . . . Supplies, Aldershot. 

Dublin : 22, 23, and 24, D'Olier Street . . . Supplies, Dublin. 
Keen, Robinson & BellTille, Garlick Hill, Cannon Street, 1 ^^^ London 
London ) ' 

Kerr & Richardson, Wholesale Stationers, 89, Queen Street, 1 gllisland Glaseow 

Kesrser, A., ft Co., Foreign Bankers, 21, Comhill, London : — 

For Inland telegrams Keyser, Comhill, London. 

For Foreign and Colonial telegrams • . . . . Keyser, London. 

Klddler J., ft Son, Globe Works, Waterway Street, Not- ^^^ Nottingham. 

tingham ' ^ 

Eirby, Beard ft Co., 115, Newgate Street, London . . Bavenhurst, London. 

Lang ft Co., 146 and 150, Ingram Street, Glasgow . . Lftngkelty, Glau^ow. 
London : 16, Watling Street Langkelty, London. 

^^^ShSstld* ^^"' ^*' ^*^'' ^**''^' Peniston Road, | j^^^^^^^ Sheffield. 
Leaf, Sons ft Co., Old Change, London .... Leaf, London. 

Leckle, John, ft Co., Walsall Leckie, Walsall. 

London : 12, St. Mary Axe Saddlery, London. 

Legbrannock District Collieries Company, limited, 21, V xi7-»i^;a r<iaa<r/^« 
Hope Street, near Central Station, Glasgow . . .J ^*^^®» i^riasgow. 

Lelsler, Bock, ft Co., Glasgow ...... Leisler, Glasgow. 

Lelth Distillery, Leith . Bernard, Leith. 

Lepard ft Smiths, 29, King Street, Covent Garden, ) j^p^^^ j^^^^^j^ 

LesUe, D., Wholesale Stationer, Perth Leslie, Perth. 

Letts, Charles, ft Co., 3, Royal Exchange, London . . Diarists, London. 
LllleshaU Company, Limited, Priors Lee Hall, near Shifnal Lilleshall, Oakengates. 
Lindley, C, ft Co., 34, Englefield Road, London . . . Beauvoir, London. 
Lln3dat«rftNlyen,Queen'8Chambers,PirieStreet, Adelaide, j 2^^ Adelaide. 

South Australia j ' 

Lister ft Co., Manningham Mills, Bradford . . . Lister, Bradford. 
Little, John, The Library, Wrexham Little, Wrexham. 

Locl^opd (Crosby) ft Co., 7, Stationers' Hall Court, Ludgate ) c^osblock, London. 
Mili, Jbondon .........) 

London Mercantile Association, Limited, 8, Finch Lane, ) n^Qj-cable 
London ..........) 

Lotz, Abbott ft Co., 66, Queen Street, London . . . Ingbooth, London. 

Maclnre ft Macdonald!, 2, Bothwell Circus, Glasgow . . Lithographers, Glasgow. 

"^^S' ^^^* ^^^^ ^""^ ™^'' ^''^'''' ^^^'} Macmuldrow, Liverpool 

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Through Peril to Fortune. 
Peggy* and other Tales. 
The Magic Flower Pot. | School GKrls. 



Half-Orown Booka. 

Little Hinges. 

Margaret's Enemy. 

Pen's Perplexities. 

Notable Shipwrecks. 

Oolden Days. 

Wonders of Common Things. 

At the South Pole. 



Truth will Out. 

Pictures of School Life and Boyhood. 

The Toung Man in the Battle of Life. By 

the Rev. Dr. Landels. 
The True (ihlory of Woman. By the Kev. 

Dr. Landds. 
The Wise Woman. By Geoige Macdonal.L 
Soldier and Patriot (George Washington).