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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