Universal stenography; or, A plain & practical system of short writing: rendered perfectly easy to read & write; free from all prolixity and obscurity; adapted to every purpose in which short writing is useful, or ornamental, and attainable in a few hours by the most common capacity: being an improvement on the most celebrated systems ... and superior to all in ease, elegance and expedition. Designed for use of schools & provate gentlemen.
|Main Author:||Mavor, William Fordyce, 1758-1837.|
London, Printed by T. Gillett, for R. Phillips, 1801.
> Early works to 1800.
vi, 54 p.
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