A MEMOIR OF MRS. HARRIET WADSWORTH WINSLOW, COMBINING A SKETCH OF THE CEYLON MISSION.
New-York: Leavitt, Lord & Co., 1835.. 408 pages + 12 pages of ads. Engraved portrait of Mrs. Winslow. Octavo, 7 1/2 x 4 1/4 inches. Embossed brown cloth with gilt lettering on the spine; very light wear; foxing throughout. (Item ID: 2457)
Miron Winslow (1789 - 1864) and his wife were "stationed at Oodooville, Ceylon, from July 1819 to 1833, working among the Tamils of that region as preacher, educator, and translator. In the latter year his wife died and he spent the next two years in America, writing during the time A Memoir of Mrs. Harriet Wadsworth Winslow." - D.A.B.
He continued doing missionary work in India until 1864.