Microfiche reproduction of material originally published,[Manchester]: Chetham Society, 1856.
|Statement||edited by Richard Parkinson.|
|Series||Remains historical and literary connected with the Palatine counties of Lancaster and Chester -- vol.40|
|Contributions||Parkinson, Richard, 1797-1858.|
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Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of Lancaster and Chester. Vol. XXVII. the Autobiography of Henry Newcome. in Two Volumes, Vol. II, Pp. by. The Diary Review - Byrom’s universal shorthand. DIARY DATES, CONTENT DESCRIPTORS ___ religious social family health people language. WEB TEXT LINKS googlebooks one quote etext. ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT LINKS Manchester University: John Rylands Library - possibly. SOME PUBLISHED TITLES The Private Journal and Literary Remains of John. Byrom, John (bī`rəm), –, English shorthand expert and poet, educated at Trinity College, devised an early shorthand system, which he taught in Manchester. Although he copyrighted his system in , his book, The Universal English Shorthand, was not published until after his death. He was a great admirer of William Law, and much information about Law is found in Byrom. The Private Journal and Literary Remains of John Byrom, Volume 2; volume ISBN () Softcover, Nabu Press, The Rosetta Stone (British Museum Objects in Focus).