APA Citation

Gurney, T. (1785). Brachygraphy: or An easy and compendious system of short-hand, adapted to the various arts, sciences and professions: Improved after more than forty years practice & experience by Thomas Gurney: and brought still nearer to perfection upon the present method by Joseph Gurney (The tenth edition.). [London]: Printed for J. and M. Gurney: sold by M. Gurney, bookseller, No. 128, Holborn-Hill, London.

Chicago Style Citation

Gurney, Thomas. Brachygraphy: Or An Easy and Compendious System of Short-hand, Adapted to the Various Arts, Sciences and Professions: Improved After More Than Forty Years Practice & Experience By Thomas Gurney: And Brought Still Nearer to Perfection Upon the Present Method By Joseph Gurney. The tenth edition. [London]: Printed for J. and M. Gurney: sold by M. Gurney, bookseller, No. 128, Holborn-Hill, London, 1785.

MLA Citation

Gurney, Thomas. Brachygraphy: Or An Easy and Compendious System of Short-hand, Adapted to the Various Arts, Sciences and Professions: Improved After More Than Forty Years Practice & Experience By Thomas Gurney: And Brought Still Nearer to Perfection Upon the Present Method By Joseph Gurney. The tenth edition. [London]: Printed for J. and M. Gurney: sold by M. Gurney, bookseller, No. 128, Holborn-Hill, London, 1785.

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