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John Byrom (1692-1763)
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An Abridgement of Mr. Byrom's Universal English Short-hand, Or The Way of Writing English in the Most Easy, Concise, Regular, and Beautiful Manner (editor and sold, 1796)
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A Catalogue of the Library of the Late John Byrom, Esq., M.A., F.R.S., Formerly Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, Preserved at Kersall Cell, Lancashire (1848)
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The Private Journal and Literary Remains of John Byrom, ed. Richard Parkinson, vol. 1 (Chetham Society, 1855)
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The private journal and literary remains of John Byrom / 1,1 = 32 ((Manchester) : Chetham Soc., 1854)
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The private journal and literary remains of John Byrom / 1,2 = 34 ((Manchester) : Chetham Soc., 1855)
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The private journal and literary remains of John Byrom / 2,1 = 40 ((Manchester) : Chetham Soc., 1856)
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The private journal and literary remains of John Byrom / 2,2 = 44 ((Manchester) : Chetham Soc., 1857)
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The Private Journal and Literary Remains of John Byrom: Ed. by Richard Parkinson, vol. 1 (Chetham Soc., 1854)
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The Private Journal and Literary Remains of John Byrom: Ed. by Richard Parkinson, Volumes 1-2 (Chetham Soc., 1855)
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Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of Lancaster and Chester, ed. Richard Parkinson (Chetham Society., 1856)
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A Review of the Proceedings Against Dr. Bentley, in the University of Cambridge: in Answer to a Late Pretended Full and Impartial Account, &c. With Some Remarks Upon Serjeant Miller's Account of that University; ... By N. O. M.A. of the Same University (E. Moor)
Vol. 4 (1719)
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Vol. 8 (1719) GB 
The universal English short-hand ...: Invented by John Byrom ... now pub. from his manuscripts ... (J. Harrop, 1767)
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The universal English short-hand; or, The way of writing English, in the most easy, concise, regular, and beautiful manner, applicable to any other language, but particularly adjusted to our own (J. Harrop, 1767)
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