1.1. A regular Toeplitz method of summability is given by a transformation
m = 0, 1, 2 , … of the sequence s
into the sequence σm. According to the definition of regularity, every such method sums a convergent sequence sn to the value lim s
. The question naturally arises, whether there are more extensive classes of sequences summable by all regular methods 1.1(1) or at least by all such methods subject to some simple additional conditions. Questions of this kind have been treated by the author (Lorentz , ) and, from another point of view, by R. P. Agnew   ; in this paper we wish to discuss the problem systematically.