Senefelder lived to see his invention extensively adopted, and to reap benefit from his ingenuity.
When Senefelder wrote, he had to invent many names for the processes, manipulation-methods, and tools.
The text-book gives all explanations and remedies for such cases that the wide experiences of Senefelder have made known to him.
The German campaign of 1806 brought him to Munich, where he visited the workshop of Senefelder, the inventor of lithography.
And since then no incautious British artists or critics have dared to tamper with Senefelder's definition of lithography.
There is one characteristic feature of the discovery of lithography for which Senefelder ought to receive the fullest credit.