The pen's triumph being a copy-book, containing variety of examples of all hands practised in this nation according to the present mode; adorned with incomparable knots and flourishes. Most of the copies consisting of two lines only, and those containing the whole alphabet; being all distil'd from the limbeck of the authors own brain: and an invention as usefull as rare. With a discovery of the secrets and intricacies of this art, in such directions as were never yet published, which will conduct an ingenious practitioner to an unimagined height. Also a choice receipt for ink. Invented, written, and engraven by Edward Cocker, dwelling on the south side of St. Pauls Church, over against Pauls Chain, where he teacheth the art of writing.
Are to be sold with other of the authors works, by John Dowse stationer, at the great North door of St. Pauls Church London,
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