Multum in parvo, or, The pen's gallantry. A copy-book, containing twenty four sentences in prose, in alphabetical order, and as many in verse, each distich comprehending the twenty four letters: and many examples of alphabets. : Written in all the curious hands now practised in England, and our neighbour-nations. Unto which is now added the best copies of court-hand, with instructions for every thing belonging to writing; by which any one of an ordinary capacity may learn to write without a teacher. Also, the rare principles of this art in a poetical alphabet; published for writing-masters to set their learners. /
And are to be sold by Tho. Sawbridge at the three Flower-de-Luces in Little Britain.
|Series:||Early English books online.
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|Item Description:||Added engraved t.p.|
Engraved throughout on one side of leaf except for main t.p., and "How to make a pen" (8 p. at end), which is printed.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
|Physical Description:|| p.,  leaves of plates, 8 p. : ill.|