Three 19th-c. works on India and its history.

Murray, Hugh, a.o. - Historical and descriptive account of British India. Edinburgh, Oliver & Boyd, 1844. 3 vol., 8vo: 388, 516, 412 pp. (some spotting, sm. marg. tear in fold. map). Red publ. cloth with central blind & gilt stamped orn., flat gilt spines. Fifth edition (first 1832) of this extensive work on many aspects of British India. Ill. with folding map of India, 3 vign. on French titles, 11 full-page pl. and 12 sm. vignettes in text. - Malleson, G.B. - The Indian mutiny of 1857. With portraits and plans. London, Seeley & co, 1891. 8vo: 421 pp. Cont. polished calf, richly gilt spine on 5 raised bands, red leather title label, covers with giltruled border, central gilt stamp on front cover, gilt sides, marbl. edges. Second edition ill. with engr. frontisp. portrait, 3 engr. portraits and 3 military plans. Gilt device "Edinburgh Institution" and motto "Doctrina vim promovet insitam" on covers. Prize book 1891. - Lord Roberts of Kandahar - Forty-one years in India. London, MacMillan and co, 1900. 8vo: 601 pp. Cont. quarter red leather, gilt spine on 5 raised bands, green leather title label, marbl. covers & edges. New edition (1st 1897) in 1 vol., ill. with 44 pls, some folding. (5 vol.)

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