- Plates trifle/ sl. foxed; textlvs. (sl.) browned/ foxed. Spine pasted over w. sl. later cloth; covers rubbed/ stained.
Idem. The Art of Short-Hand Writing (...). With sundry improvements, adapted to the present state of Literature in the United States. Philadelphia, U. Hunt & Son, 1845, rev. enl. ed., 60p., engr. title and 17 plates (incl. frontisp.), contemp. hcalf, sm. 8vo.
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AND 6 others, all publ. in the USA, i.a. T. TOWNDROW, A Complete Guide to Stenography, or an Entire New System of Writing Short Hand. For the use of schools and private tuition (New Haven/ New York, 1832, 2nd ed., engr. plates, contemp. hcl. w. letterpress title-piece, sm. 8vo); E. WEBSTER, The Young Reporter. Or, How to Write Short-Hand. A Complete Phonographic Teacher being an Inductive Exposition of Phonography, intended as a School-Book (...). Rev. ed. A.J. Graham (New York, (1855), plates, ills., orig. dec. hcl., sm. 8vo) and works by E, HARMON, B. PITMAN, D.P. LINDSLEY and F.G. FOWLER.