APA Citation

Mitchell, J. (1789). The elements of short hand: Founded on the principles of nature, grammar, and true philosophy, uniting each in the rational, grammatical, and elliptical contraction of the English language, And exemplified by a Variety of proper Examples. For the use of students in the universities, and of private gentlemen (The fifth edition.). London: printed for the author, J. Mitchell. And sold by J. Bew, No. 28, Pater-Noster-Row.

Chicago Style Citation

Mitchell, John. The Elements of Short Hand: Founded On the Principles of Nature, Grammar, and True Philosophy, Uniting Each in the Rational, Grammatical, and Elliptical Contraction of the English Language, And Exemplified By a Variety of Proper Examples. For the Use of Students in the Universities, and of Private Gentlemen. The fifth edition. London: printed for the author, J. Mitchell. And sold by J. Bew, No. 28, Pater-Noster-Row, 1789.

MLA Citation

Mitchell, John. The Elements of Short Hand: Founded On the Principles of Nature, Grammar, and True Philosophy, Uniting Each in the Rational, Grammatical, and Elliptical Contraction of the English Language, And Exemplified By a Variety of Proper Examples. For the Use of Students in the Universities, and of Private Gentlemen. The fifth edition. London: printed for the author, J. Mitchell. And sold by J. Bew, No. 28, Pater-Noster-Row, 1789.

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