Aurea clavis: or, A golden key to the cabinet of contractions

Publication Date1695
Remainderunlocking all the misteries (and seeming difficulties) of an engraven sheet of short-hand lately published, entituled, A regular and easy table of natural contractions by the persons, moods, and tenses, &c. By William Mason, writing-master, at the Hand and Pen in Bell-Yard, between Grace-Church-Street and Cornhill, London. It being nearly suited to his late short-hand book, entituled, Arts advancement, &c. But more exactly adapted to a short-hand, in manuscript, which he now teacheth. This present clavi is suited to the meanest capacity, and gives directions how to apply the said contractions to any other short-hand: instance being given, at the end of this book
Extent27+, [1] p.
Publisherprinted for, and sold by, the author above said: also by C. Coringsby, at the Golden Turks Head, against St. Dunstan's Church, in Fleet-street. R. Cumberland, at the Angel in St. Paul's Church-yard. J. Back, at the Black-Boy on London-Bridge; and other booksellers in London and Westminster


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