McGraw-Hill did a facsimile of the Liverpool booklet, from 1888, in 1971. It was sent to shorthand teachers along with an information letter giving some history of the booklet and the shorthand system.
Here’s the cover, the letter to teachers, and the first opening page spread.
Cool! If you want, you can send me the jpgs for the images you posted above. I can host them.
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Thanks to Carlos for inserting legible files of my first 3 scans, then the PDF file of the entire booklet.
Thank you for providing the scans!
Isn't it amazing that Gregg was only 19 when he came up with this?
It's amazing he was able to create the system as such a young man, and when you compare it to other shorthand systems it's amazing how coherent and functional it is.