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While I'm unable to find the teaching in precisely the form presented by ArtScroll, it can be deduced from what is found in the Zohar HaQadosh, Parashat WaYera 103A: מַאי בָּאִים בַּיָּמִים. שִׁעוּרִין דְּיוֹמִין דְּאִתְחֲזֵי כְּדֵין לְהוּ, חַד מֵאָה וְחַד תִּשְׁעִים, עָאלוּ בְּיוֹמִין שִׁעוּרָא דְּיוֹמִין כְּדְקָא יָאוֹת. מַה זֶּה בָּאִים ...


If you have access to the collected writings of Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch, see volume four. He has an extensive overview and insight into seffer Yeshaya. It doesn't go in order of the navi (but then again neither did Yeshaya, see Rashi in the beginning of the seffer), but his goal was a deeper, broader understanding. Recently, Feldheim(?) reprinted this ...


I believe this is a work by Rabbi Binyamin Kazis on the Semag available here (note: the print is from the 18th century). The page in question on lavin 258 can be viewed here. The beginning of it is the following:

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