Today I uploaded Gregg Notes No. 1 (1915) to the Internet Archive. The link is included at the end of this post.
This book is from the Gregg Court Reporting Series. There are two court testimonies and two jury charges written in Gregg Shorthand. The shorthand matches the 1902 Gregg Shorthand manual.
The separate book Gregg Dictation No. 1 (1915) is included in the second half of this document as the English key.
The shorthand plates were taken from the Court Reporting Department section of the Gregg Writer (Volumes 13-15 and 17, October 1910 to August 1915).
All of the Gregg Writer shorthand plates used for this book can be found in Google Books scans. However, most of the plates in the Google scans are very light and faded. Some of them are completely impossible to read. This Internet Archive upload of Gregg Notes No. 1 is scanned in color. The shorthand plates are very readable.
Here is the link for Gregg Notes No. 1 with English Key: