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APA Citation

Matlock, John.  (1685).  Fax nova artis scribendi, or, An introduction (by way of dialogue) to the best forms and proportions of all letters, in each hand most useful, and excellent for all business both in clerkship and trade : to which is added, rules for spelling and pointing : as also, a table of abbreviations, so large that it will facilitate both the writing and reading of any business at common or civil law : together with some directions which may be beneficial for a clerk in the progress of his whole clerkship.  London :  Printed by John Leake for the author, and are to be sold by Luke Meredith

MLA Citation

Matlock, John.  Fax nova artis scribendi, or, An introduction (by way of dialogue) to the best forms and proportions of all letters, [electronic resource] : in each hand most useful, and excellent for all business both in clerkship and trade : to which is added, rules for spelling and pointing : as also, a table of abbreviations, so large that it will facilitate both the writing and reading of any business at common or civil law : together with some directions which may be beneficial for a clerk in the progress of his whole clerkship / by John Matlock  Printed by John Leake for the author, and are to be sold by Luke Meredith London  1685

Australian/Harvard Citation

Matlock, John.  1685,  Fax nova artis scribendi, or, An introduction (by way of dialogue) to the best forms and proportions of all letters, [electronic resource] : in each hand most useful, and excellent for all business both in clerkship and trade : to which is added, rules for spelling and pointing : as also, a table of abbreviations, so large that it will facilitate both the writing and reading of any business at common or civil law : together with some directions which may be beneficial for a clerk in the progress of his whole clerkship / by John Matlock  Printed by John Leake for the author, and are to be sold by Luke Meredith London

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