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A NEW, EASY, AND PRACTICAL
SYSTEM OF SHORT-HAND,
UPON THE GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF THE LATE
To which is added,
Numerous Improvements from the best Writers,
WHEREBY A PERSON MAY ACQUIRE THE METHOD OF CORRECTLY REPORTING Public debates, LECTURES, AND SERMONS.
For the Use of Schools, and Private Tuition,
"Its usefulness is not confined to any particular Science or Profession, but Universal."--DR. JOHNSON.
"It forms altogether the most concise, luminous, and cheap manital of Stenography, which has yet made its appearance."---Star, Sept. 29, 1823.
Corrected and much Improved;
With a new Alphabet of 15 letters, including the vowels by the late Eminent W. BLAIR, ESQ. M.A. (now first published from his Manuscript.)
JOS. BUTTERWORTH AND SON, SIMPKIN AND MARSHALL, AND KNIGHT AND LACEY, SOLD BY ALL BOOKSEllers.