Mr. De Vinne makes a single comment upon the passage, in which he says the last comma in this extract is superfluous.
De Vinne notices an irregularity in the style of setting credits.
The De Vinne Press does not use a period after the letters and figures noting paragraph enumerations.
It is gaining ground rapidly in the best printing-houses, and is recommended by De Vinne, who uses it in his books.
The letter-press is of course De Vinne's best,—there is nothing better on this side of the Atlantic.
Mr. De Vinne says the dash should be selected whenever there is an abrupt change in a statement.
The De Vinne system should be mastered by typewriters, and used by them on all work that is left to their own judgment.
Mr. De Vinne illustrates his definition by a sentence which possesses special interest75 for the student of punctuation.
De Vinne says: Parentheses always inclose remarks apparently made by the writer of the text.