Printing telegraph


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an electric telegraph which automatically prints the message as it is received at a distant station, in letters, not signs.

See also: Telegraph

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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There was the first electric light, and the first grain-binder, and the musical telegraph of Elisha Gray, and the marvellous exhibit of printing telegraphs shown by the Western Union Company.
In 1855 he invented the Type Printing Telegraph which was used everywhere by the Western Union Telegraph Company.
One of his first operators, Henry Rogers, later superintended four other telegraph companies and helped perfect a printing telegraph. A second operator designed the most common lightening arrestor used in telegraph offices.
The Morse-based system of 1865 continued substantially unchanged into the 1890s; Western Union resisted moving toward more automated printing telegraphs. It did adopt more complex duplex and quadruplex systems, which allowed two and then four messages to be sent simultaneously.
Each day we have been printing Telegraph Money vouchers in your Telegraph.
The printing telegraph, one of David Edwards Hughes' (inset) inventions
Do you recognize the names New Valley Corporation or New York & Mississippi Valley Printing Telegraph Company?
HOW TO PLAY WE have been printing Telegraph Money vouchers in your Telegraph.
HOW TO PLAY Each day we have been printing Telegraph Money vouchers in your Telegraph.