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The British Railway System a Description of the Work Performed in the Principal

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The British Railway System a Description of the Work Performed in the Principal
J L Maclean
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The stern rebuke of a really just and humane man tells with infinite force on all dispositions. The deputy must be a skilful dis- ciplinarian, with this in view, for he has a large staff under his control, and efficient service will be won or lost according as he has tact, or wants it. He must be conversant with all the details of office work to be able to advise and instruct. Next to these high qualifications, he ought to be fairly cultured, and possessed of some native parts ; as he should gi...ve tone and style to the correspondence issuing from the office, sending back for correction or re-writing, whatever is offensive to good taste. It may be urged that in a correspondence so voluminous it is idle to look for the graces of style and the higher courtesies ; but we maintain that to the cultured it is as easy to be gracious as to the uncultured it is to be boorish; and we are desirous of holding up this view to the rising generation all the more that this is an age of cheap and effective intellectual drill.

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