[The Jewish Congregation, Edinburgh.] Printed handbill, signed by four members, and addressed in manuscript to the Managers of the Bank of Scotland, asking them to retain any funds they may hold of the late Abraham,or Abram Hayman of Edinburgh.

[The Jewish Congregation, Edinburgh, Scotland's first Jewish community] [Philip Levy; Abraham or Abram Hayman; Moses Eldorf; M. Ezekiel]
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Dated in manuscript 'Edinburgh | 24 Decr 1823'.

1p., 4to. In fair condition, on aged and creased paper, with one short closed tear. The printed text reads: 'We beg to intimate to you, that Abraham, or Abram Hayman, lately residing in Edinburgh, is now dead, leaving considerable Funds, and without having any Relation in this country.

Printed pamphlet titled 'Taylor's System of Shorthand Writing. Edited by Matthias Levy', with copy of Autograph Note Signed from shorthand writer Henry Dobell to 'Mr Cross', describing the copy as 'one of a very few in existence'.

Samuel Taylor, shorthand writer; Matthias Levy, Member of the Institute of Shorthand Writers, editor; Henry Dobell, shorthand writer
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Pamphlet: New Edition. London: 1890. 4, Serle Street, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. [with '5, Mitre Court, Fleet Street, E.C.' deleted]. Note: on letterhead of 'Henry Dobell, Shorthand Writer', 33 Chancery Lane, London, WC2.

PAMPHLET: 16pp., 12mo, and four plates of 'Taylor's System of Shorthand | as used by the Author.' Erratum slip. Stitched. In light-green printed wraps. In good condition, on lightly-aged paper. Two page introduction by Levy, followed by three-page 'Preface to the Second Edition' by him, dated 'July, 1890'. The rest of the pamphlet consists of 'An Essay intended to establish a Standard for Stenography'. In his introduction Levy explains that 'numerous enquiries' have induced him 'to publish the following System of Shorthand, which was invented by Samuel Taylor and first published in 1786'.

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