Brachygraphy, Or, Short-writing, Made Easy to the Meanest Capacity: The Persons, Moods, & Tenses, Being Comprized in Such a Manner, that Little More Than the Knowledge of the Alphabet is Required, to the Writing Hundreds of Sentences, in Less Time Than Spoken : the Whole is Founded on So Just a Plan that it is Wrote with Greater Expedition Than Any Yet Invented, and Likewise May be Read with the Greatest Ease : Improved After Upwards of Thirty Years Practice and Experience

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Publish'd according to Act of Parliamt, 1760 - Shorthand - 53 pages
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