A "Font" Of Type. As a scrap of information we give the proportions in which the different letters are cast to a font of type, and in which they occur in print: Letter e, 1500 ; t, 900 ; a, 850 ; n, o, s, i, 800 ; h, 640 ; r, 620 ; d, 440 ; a, 340 ; c, m, 300 ; f, 250 ; w, y,200 ; g, p, 170 ; b,100 ; v, 120 ; k, 80 ; q, 50 ; j, x, 40 ; z, 20. Besides these are the combined letters, fi,50 ; ff, 40 ; fl, 20 ; ffl, 15 ; ffl, 10 ; ae, 10 ; oe, 5. The proportion of the different letters of capitals differs very materially from that of the small letters, the letter I being used most frequently, then T, then A and E, &c