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- The dumb language or the art of talking with the fingers. [Coloured line engraving] (1644) Published: Bowles & Carver, 69 St. Pauls Church Yard, London. (Wellcome Collection) John Bulwar, Chirologia
- Plate with rabbits and manual alphabet. (c. 1860)[Ceramic plate] Manufactured: H. Aynsley & Co. Potteries, Longston, Staffordshire. (Professor Bencie Woll)
- Sermo mirabilis, or, The silent language... (1692) London: Thos. Salusbury. (Action on Hearing Loss library) La Fin, C.
- Digiti-lingua Or the Most Compendious, Copious, Facile and Secret Way of Silent Converse Ever Yet Discovered (1698) (Action on Hearing Loss library)
- Didascalocophus (1680) Or, the Deaf and Dumb Mans Tutor to which Is Added a Discourse of the Nature and Number of Double Consonants, Both which Tracts Being the First (for what the Author Knows) that Have Been Published Upon Either of the Subjects (Action on Hearing Loss Library) Dalgarno, G.
- ‘Pictorial Signs of the Silent Language’ (1931)The British Deaf Times, May-June. Vol.XXVIII No. 329-330.