This English typecase lay is that given in Timperley: The Printers' Manual (1838). It differs from Johnson's New Lower of 1824 in putting the figures in the top row, including k in the Lower, rather than Upper, moving ae and oe to the Upper, and omitting em dash and thin spacing. Hazard had earlier showm figures moved to the Lower, in Stower 1808, but he had also altered some of the box sizes.
The empty configuration is shown as Lower case.
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ie with the boxes left blank
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ie with characters assigned to boxes
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