689 Steinbach Nutcracker Scribe
Do you know an advocate? If not, then
youíll meet him at the latest when he presents his bill. Itís always
such a happy matter when you have something to do with an
attorney. The question of rights has been a matter of luck since
Biblical times. Jesus sits on Godís right. A guest sits to the right
of his host, and the Catholic priest even now walks onto the altar with
his right foot first. Thatís why being rig ht and getting oneís
right are two different things according to a wise old saying. The old
town scribe knew that. There was the procurator (party clerks) and the
advocate (legal adviser). In the Germany of old these expert writers had
such a neat, precise and even handwriting the German script of course.
Nowadays grandchildren are not able to read what their grandparents
wrote. They normally only learn the Latin script at school.
So how pleased I am to be able to
fluently read the tip-top elegant handwriting of my grandmother in
personal and commercial letters as well as book-keeping. Many people
with a mucky scrawl these days should take a leaf out of her book!
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