3 edition of A compendium of the usuall hands of England, Netherlands, France, Spaine, and Italie found in the catalog.
A compendium of the usuall hands of England, Netherlands, France, Spaine, and Italie
|Other titles||Daniels copy-book|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1148:59|
|Contributions||Cocker, Edward, 1631-1675|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||67|
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Daniels copy-book, or, A compendium of the hands of England, Netherland, France, Spain, and Italy, Samaritan, Caldaean, Syrian, AEgyptian, Arabian, Roman Author: Edward Cocker. A compendium of the usuall hands of England, Netherlands, France, Spaine, and Italie with the Hebrew, Samaritan, Caldæan, Syrian, Ægyptian, Arabic, Greek, Saxon.
A compendium of the usuall hands of England, Netherlands, France, Spaine, and Italie: with the Hebrew, Samaritan, Caldæan, Syrian, Ægyptian, Arabic, Greek, Saxon.
Daniels copy-book, or, A compendium of the most usual hands of England, Netherland, France, Spain, and Italy: with the Hebrew, Samaritan, Caldæan, Syrian, Spaine, Arabian, Greek, Saxon, Gotick, Craotian, Slavonian, Muscovian, Armenian, Roman, Florentine, Venetian, Saracen, Æthiopian, and Indian characters: vvith all the hands now most in mode and present use in Christendom, written.
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