or, Short-hand improved :
being the most compendius, lineal, and easy method hitherto extant ... The whole illustrated with an alphabetical praxis, adapted to all purposes in general, but more particularly to the three learned professions; namely, law, physic, & divinity. By John Angell ...
|Main Creator:||Angell, John, d. 1764.|
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London, Printed for the author, & sold by A. Miller [etc., 1758?].
Page following p. xx numbered xxxii.
Each copy signed and numbered cf. Pref, p. xx. No. 207.
"The learned preface is said to have been written by Dr. Johnson. The system is chiefly Mason's of 1707, now called Gurney's"--Westby Gibson, Bibliography of shorthand, p. 8.
Physical description: 2 p. l., iii-xx, , iii-xxix p. XXI pl. on 11 l. 19 cm.
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