|Title:||A treatise on English punctuation : designed for letter-writers, authors, printers, and correctors of the press, with an appendix, containing rules on the use of capitals, a list of abbreviations, hints on the preparation of copy and on proof reading, specimens of proof-sheets, etc. / by John Wilson.|
|Author:||Wilson, John, 1802-1868|
|Note:||New York : Woolworth, Ainsworth, c1871|
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|Subject:||English language -- Capitalization|
|Subject:||English language -- Punctuation|
|Call number:||PE1450 .W66|
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