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had one of her husband's stenographic assistants type the correspondence."
Did she mention anything about her qualifications as a typist?"
" Yes, sir; she said she had been a professional typist for years and used the touch system."
" What is meant by a touch system?"
" A system of typing in which the operator does not look at the keys of the typewriter, but strikes entirely by a'sense of touch."
" Is there anything about this typing by which you can tell whether the person operating the machine used a touch system?"
" Yes, sir; a certain evenness of touch by which all of the keys were struck with approximately the same force. In the so-called two-finger system or hunt-andpeck system, because the pressure is less mechanical, the keys are struck with varying force and there is a very slight difference in the impression made by the type upon the paper."
" In your opinion, Mr. Purley, this paper was written upon a machine other than the one in which it was found and by a person using the touch system. Is that right?"
" Yes, sir; beyond any possibility of doubt this document was typed upon the Remington Portable which was found in Mrs. Basset's bedroom. In my opinion it was typed by a person who used the touch system and

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