The first twenty-four lessons contain most of the basic signs used in this PRIMER. Only their most rudimentary uses are described. Slight modifications of the order of study may be desired to accommodate individual needs: Lesson 9 may be studied before Lesson 8; Lesson 24 mable be studied before Lesson 23. The remaining lessons are devoted to vocal and instrumental music as braille notation applies. Appendix A deals with methods of great usefulness which, though set aside as present braille practice, survive nevertheless in published braille which will be with us for many years to come. Appendices B and C deal with aspects of notation not dealt with at great length in the lessons.