Boston: Burnham, 1863. The illustrations are based on the metal cuts used in Croxall's first edition. 8vo, publishers cloth; a bright copy, with the bookplate of James T. Joslin. This edition was first published in London, in 1722. "Samuel Croxall a prominent theologian of his day, intended his translation to...
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New York: Clark & Maynard, (1850). 96 pages. Illustrated with wood-engravings. Sixteenmo (5 x 3 3/4 inches); embossed red cloth; light wear and minor foxing. With neat, previous owners inscription dated 1860, on front free end-paper. An obscure little alphabet book, more often found in later editions with a variant publisher. OCLC locates only two copies.