Título: THE ASIATIC JOURNAL and Monthly Miscellany. ...
Editorial: Wm H Allen & Co, London
Año de publicación: 1844
Encuadernación: Hard Cover
iv.664pp. Contemporary dilapidated half leather and marbled paper covered boards, boards detached and lacking leather corners, spine lacking and stitching broken leaving the Journal, although comlete and quite clean internally, in several text blocks with a few loose gatherings or pages, contemporary decorative library bookplate (with small cancellation stamp) to front paste down , no other library stamping, text block sound, tight, and rather clean for the age. This series of the Journal saw its publication in two volumes to the year rather than the previous three and the pagination became continuous. There are still sections (Register or Chronicle) giving details of East India Company shipping arrivals and departures, births, marriages, deaths, military promotions, etc. This volume has articles on Visit to the Hindoo Kush, services of the First Bombay European Regiment, Gwalior, Persian Texts, intercourse with Japan, etc often involving discussions of and long quotations from contemporary books and government papers. Photo by e-mail on request. N° de ref. de la librería 005291
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