Practical penmanship, being a development of the Carstairian system: comprehending an elucidation of the movements of the fingers, hand and arm, necessary in writing: their combinations and application, with remarks on the impediments which retard the progress of learners, and the errors resulting from common methods of teaching. Illustrated by 24 engravings ...

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O. Steele, 1832 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 112 pages
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