An introduction to Mr. Byrom's Universal English short hadn: or, The way of writing English in the most easy, concise, regular & beautiful manner. In a series of letters addressed to a young friend. To which are added, general observations on the short hand characters, with appropriate examples for the learner's exercise
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adjective adverb point amongst annexed ation auxiliary verbs beginning of words bottom Byrom's Short-hand Byrom's System commodious common word consonant marks contractions convenient denotes the word denoting the preposition distinct distinguish the words easily end of words English language Examples feoffee formed former frequently half its usual hand inclined letters inserted John Taylor learner Learner's Exercise legible letter f Lord's Prayer Manchester manner methods of Abbreviation middle nants necessary oblique curves observed occasionally omitted perpendicular practice preceding prefixed preposition or termination pronoun proper racters represent the word respect Rules of Abbreviation second character shew Short Short-hand alphabet Short-hand characters Short-hand marks Short-hand writing single consonant sonant sound stands Stenographic stroke substantive syllable System of Short-hand taught tion tive Treatise twirl vowel points vowel's place written at length written singly written upwards YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY