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by Thomas Gurney

Author: Thomas Gurney
Subcategory: Words Language & Grammar
Language: English
Publisher: Gale ECCO, Print Editions (May 28, 2010)
Pages: 60 pages
Category: Reference
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Thomas Gurney (shorthand writer). On 16 October 1750 he published his system under the title of Brachygraphy, or Swift Writing made Easy to the Meanest Capacity. Thomas Gurney (1705–1770) was an English shorthand-writer. Example of Gurney shorthand. Improv'd after upwards of thirty years' practice and experience, London, 34 engraved pages. The price of subscription was 2s. 6d. on application, and 5s. on delivery.

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GURNEY, THOMAS (1705–1770), shorthand-writer, was born at Woburn, Bedfordshire, on 7 March 1705. 1750 he published his system under the title of ‘Brachygraphy, or Swift Writing made Easy to the Meanest Capacity. His father, John, though of an ancient family (his descent is traced in the ‘Record of the House of Gournay’), belonged to the yeoman class, and was a substantial miller with a large family. Improv'd after upwards of thirty years' practice and experience,’ London, 12mo, thirty-four engraved pages.

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