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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 maybe read with the greatest Ease. Improv'd after upwards of Thirty Years Practice and Experience. By Tho: Gurney.
- Gurney, Thomas, 1705-1770.
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[London?, s.n., 1770?]
iv,3-6,5-48p.,plate : port. ; 160.
The seventh edition.
Alston, VIII, 219
Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Thomson Gale, 2003. (Eighteenth century collections online). Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.