Index to the First Fifty Volumes of the Calcutta Review.
In Two Parts.Calcutta: Thos. S. Smith, City Press, 1873 Stock Code: 117601
The Calcutta Review was established in May, 1844, by Sir John Kaye, who was attached to the Corps of Bengal Artillery and was also the Editor of the notable Calcutta daily, Bengal Hurkara. As per the University of Calcutta's website, "The target audience clearly was the emerging English-educated Bengali middle class".
Extremely uncommon, Library Hub only lists one copy: at the British Library.
Provenance: from the collection of British colonial officer and Arabist, Samuel Barrett Miles (1838-1914), with his black-letter ink stamp to the front free endpaper, plate noting his wife's bequest of his books to Bath Public Reference Library in 1920, and associated manuscript shelf marks and blind stamps as usual.
Octavo. Original brown pebble-grain cloth, titles in gilt on spine, blind panels to the boards, light brown endpapers.
Light wear and rubbing, occasional faint foxing; a very good copy.
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