London: Printed by W. Bowyer, for J. Stagg... 1738. 1st edition. 11, , cxxii, , 24, 64, 73-80, 73-80, 89-96, 89-211,  pp. Text continues despite mispaginations. 8vo. 8-1/8" x 5". Period full brown calf binding. Red speckled edges. Binding worn, with front board held be cords. Lacks free eps. Period pos to top of t.p. Damping to lower corner of first 20 leaves, gradually diminishing. A Good copy. of a book scarce in the trade. Item #35466
Grey, "Church of England clergyman and writer, was a man of many remarkable gifts, which found expression in widely varying ways. His most influential achievement was the composition of Memoria Technica, or, A New Method of Artificial Memory (1730), a book which was republished many times, with modifications, until 1861. ... Grey's imaginative theories as a teacher found further expression in 1738, when he published [the volume here offered], A New and Easy Method of Learning Hebrew without Points." [ODNB].
ABPC shows just one copy to auction in the last 30+ years .