Shorthand with Engraved Plates

Byrom, John. THE UNIVERSAL ENGLISH SHORT-HAND; or, the Way of Writing English, in the Most Easy, Concise, Regular, and Beautiful Manner, Applicable to Any Other Language, But Particularly Adjusted to Our Own. Invented by John Byrom.

Manchester: Printed by Joseph Harrop, 1767. First edition. 8vo. (4),x,(3)-92pp. Illus. with an engraved table and 12 engraved plates. Modern 12 burgundy calf, gilt decorated spine with black morocco label, over marbled boards. Title page with two vertical tape stains (light discoloration) from something that was once attached to the verso. Still a very decent copy.


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