The art of instructing the infant deaf and dumb, by John Pauncefort Arrowsmith. Illustrated with copper plates, drawn and engraved by the author's brother, an artist born deaf and dumb. To which is annexed the Method of educating mutes of a more mature age, which has been practised with so much success on the continent, by the Abbé de L'Epée.
|Main Author:||Arrowsmith, John Pauncefort.|
|Other Authors:||Hartnell, Joseph. , Arrowsmith, Thomas. , Arrowsmith, Thomas. , L'Epée, Charles-Michel de, 1712-1789.|
London : Published by Taylor and Hessey, 93, Fleet Street, and sold by T. Arrowsmith, 37, Sloane Square. 1819.
British Sign Language.
Mute persons > Education.
Deaf children > Education.
Illustrations : Frontispiece stipple-engraved self-portrait of Arrowsmith; 2 engraved charts illustrating the "manual alphabet" in single and double-handed versions.
Colophon: "Printed by J. Hartnell, Wine-office-court, Fleet-street London."
⁴, B-S⁸ [w/m: O 1818]
viii, 272 p.,  leaves of plates :
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