Published by Longmans Green & Co., London, 1875
Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1875 - First Edition - near Very Good hardcover - 9.25" tall - brown mottle-patterned paper covered boards with brown cloth backstrip and tips, paper label on spine - lessons in Sanskrit, using devanagari lettering as well as English transliteration - light sunning and rubbing to covers, rubbed top and bottom cover edges - tiny neat interlinear writing on about 8 lesson pages, faint ink smudge in a lower margin otherwise clean, clear text with no other markings - 96 pages. Printed at Oxford. Preface dated Sept 1, 1875, New Britain CT. Elihu Burritt (1810-1879), born in New Britain, CT, was a 19th century peace advocate known as the "Learned Blacksmith.".
Published by Longmans Green. London First edition, 1875
pp. viii, 96. Original limp cloth, rebacked, corners worn, first few leaves with the lower corners clipped not affecting text and some top corners dog-eared, occasional dusty margin. *The first edition is scarce - COPAC - only 3 copies listed : BL - GLASGOW - OXFORD.