Published by Writers Workshop, Calcutta India, 1970
Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1970. Very Good hardcover/ Very Good paper title label; black printed title on spine, logo on front, on orange cloth. 9" tall; publisher's plastic cover has left small adhesive marks on the pastedowns and first endpapers, small smudge on front, otherwise unmarked. 56 pages. A translation into English by Suresh Kohli of the Hindi play, Hatya Ek Akar Hi. Four characters meet in a mock trial of Gandhi just before his assassination January 30, 1948: 3 assassins who also play the part of Prosecutor, Historian, and Judge, and a Young Man in Doubt-cum-Accused. A study of the motives, character, and milieu of the event. 0-89253-656-X.
Seller Inventory # DG082516
Published by The News-Letter Press, Exeter NH, 1897
Hardcover. Condition: Good+. Exeter NH: The News-Letter Press, 1897 - near Very Good hardcover - 9.25" tall - blue cloth, gilt lettered and dec on spine - beveled edges, decorative endpapers - tissue-guarded frontis and 5 other portraits - corners rubbed with light exterior wear; small lower corner dampstain on front few pages; otherwise, tight, bright, with no markings or dogears - indices - x + 299 pages.
Seller Inventory # GG-WT011615
Published by James Crissy and Thomas, Cowperthwait and Co., Philadelphia PA, 1843
Full-Leather. Condition: Good. "Compiled under the inspection of the Honourable Bushrod Washington, from original papers bequeathed to him by his deceased relative." Philadelphia PA: James Crissy and Thomas, Cowperthwait and Co., 1843 - Second Edition ("revised and corrected by the author") - Good hardcover - full leather with gilt dec edges, spine has 4 raised bands, 2 black gilt lettered labels on spine - marbled edges and endpapers - exterior, corners rubbed, outer edge toned; hinges tender but holding; toning on front and Index pages, otherwise bright text - previous owner names on front blank endpaper, no other markings - 448 pages + 32pp Notes + [i]-v Index. Marshall's Washington.
Seller Inventory # GX-WT102616
Published by Yale Banner Publications, New Haven CT, 1949
Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. New Haven, CT: Yale Banner Publications,  - Very Good hardcover - 11" tall x 8" - dark blue textured cover, white stamped lettering - previous owner name, 1949 date, edge toning, on front pastedown, otherwise no markings - lavish b\w photos include G.H.W. Bush - acknowledgements + 279 pages.
Seller Inventory # GX-WT110116
Published by Macmillan & Co., NY, 1967
First Edition Signed
Hardcover. Condition: Near New. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 1st printing, SIGNED by the author. Near new hardcover/near Very Good dust jacket. NY: Macmillan, 1967. 8.5" tall, b\w photos, maps; index, 276pp. Author Beatrice Pitney Lamb (1904-1997) wrote 4 books on India, including India: A World in Transition, 1963; well known also for photo exhibits on Indian architecture and village life. Signed by Author(s).
Seller Inventory # BI082006
Published by Duell Sloan & Pearce, NY, 1941
First Edition Signed
Hardcover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. First Edition. NY: Duell Sloane & Pearce, 1941. First Edition (stated), Signed Inscription by the Author to writer Faith Baldwin (signed in English and in Hindi lettering). Good+ hardcover/no dust jacket; 9 inches tall; green cloth with gilt decoration & lettering; illustrated endpapers. Small black tar-like marks/smudges on rear cover and rear edge of backstrip; glossary. Glossary. 647 pages. Krishnalal Shridharani (1911-1960). Signed by Author(s).
Seller Inventory # BI122212
Published by Charles P. Somerby, NY, 1880
Hardcover. Condition: Good. First Edition. NY: Charles P. Somerby, 1880 - First Edition - near Good hardcover/no dust jacket - 7.5" tall - dark blue cloth with blindstamped dec and gilt lettered spine - brown endpapers - inscription: "Margaret A. Bradley, Compliments of the Author" - errata slip tipped in - front cover shows few dark spills and faded patch; wear at top & bottom of spine, edgewear; rubbed corners; front hinge cracking - two small corner turndowns; otherwise interior is near Very Good, unmarked - 171pp. Author describes himself as an "American Buddhist" on the title page; his Preface is dated Forestville, Conn., October, 1879. The book itself is cited in Volume 2 of Thomas A. Tweed's Buddhism in the United States, 1844-1925 (6 volumes). Landmark volume in the history of Buddhism in America.
Seller Inventory # RB082704
Published by G.P. Putnam 's Sons, NY & London
Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. New York & London: G.P. Putnam's /The Knickerbocker Press, n.d. - near Very Good hardcovers - black leather covers, with gilt stamped signature on front, gilt lettering and dec on spines; red lettering on title pages; green endpapers; t.e.g., silk ribbon marker, tissue-guarded frontis in each with other b\w ills - spines sunned; exterior light edgewear, heavier on Vol. 6, with chipping at top backstrip of 5 vols; otherwise clean bright interiors with no foxing or markings, clean edges - pages: Vol. 1: 400; Vol. 2: 388; Vol. 3: 440; Vol. 4: 415; Vol. 5: 417; Vol. 6: 415. 6 volume set, part of Complete Works. Lady Trevelyan was Lord Macaulay's eldest sister, Hannah.
Seller Inventory # GX-HE031113