The pens celerity or, a book of copies, containing examples of all the most useful curious hands in England and for the better information, ease and furtherance of young beginners, here are copies wherein are comprised the breaks or parts, and particles of all letters, distinctly made, as they ought to begin, proceed and end; by which you may plainly see how one stroke depends on another, and one letter helps to the making of another. By Edward Cocker.
printed and to be sold (with school-pastime, natural arithmetick, the countreys school-master, fair writings storehouse, pens triumph, pens fecility, pens paradice, porters description of the whole world, his alphabetical tables, the new and truest sort of the tradesmens armes, with all other sorts of maps and pictures) by Robert Walton at the Globe and Compasses at the West-End of St. Pauls Church, as you turn towards Ludgate,
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