City Readers Digital Historic Collections at the New York Society Library
Stenography; or, Short-hand improved: Being the most compendious, lineal, and easy method hitherto extant. The persons, moods, tenses & particles which most frequently occur, are adapted to join with ease & accuracy at pleasure: the rules are laid down with such propriety, consistence, & perspicuity, that the practitioner will need no other assistance. The whole illustrated with an alphabetical praxis, adapted to all purposes in general, but more particularly to the three learned professions; namely, law, physic, & divinity. By John Angell, who has practised this art above 30 years.
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|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Tunis Wortman||1/29/1790||2/11/1791||Angel's Shorthand|
|Anthony L. Bleecker||10/8/1791||10/19/1791||Angels shorthand|
|Leonard M. Cutting||12/24/1791||2/17/1792||7d||Angels shorthand Wells|