Title: The universal character, by which all the nations in the world may understand one anothers conceptions, reading out of one common writing their own mother tongues. An invention of general use, the practice whereof may be attained in two hours space, observing the grammatical directions. Which character is so contrived, that it may be spoken as well as written.
Author: Beck, Cave, 1623-1706?
Publication Info: London, : Printed by Tho. Maxey, for William Weekley [and J. Rothwell at the Fountain in Cheapside], and and [sic] are to be sould at his shop in Ipswich., 1657.
subjects: [Language, Universal -- Early works to 1800] [Language, Universal -- Alphabet -- Early works to 1800]
Title: The ground-work, or foundation, laid (or so intended) for the framing of a new perfect language and an vniversal or commonwriting : and presented to the consideration of the learned
Author: Lodowyck, Francis.
Publication Info: [London] printed : [s.n.], MDCLII 
subject: [Language, Universal -- Early works to 1800]