A copy book, containing both experimental precepts and usual practices of fair and speedy writing

Publication Date1669
RemainderWith the necessaries thereunto belonging: being, as concerning matter, the substance of all the particulars in divers other copy-books, and for some of them which are of no use for learners, far better are put in their places. Which may be easily perceived by the impartial judicious, in comparing the difference between those and these. By J. Johnson, Master of writing.
Extent8 p., 21 leaves of plates
Publisherprinted by H. Brugis, for Iohn Overton and are to be sold at the White Horse without Newgate, at the corner of the Little Old Bayly, near the Fountain Tavern, 1669, where you may have the best choice of all sorts of maps, copy books and blanck bonds


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