INDIAN IMPRINTS -- MARTYN, Henry. Christian India: or, an Appeal on behalf of 900,000 Christians in India who want the Bible. A sermon, preached at Calcutta ... for promoting the objects of the British and Foreign Bible Society, Calcutta: P. Ferris, 1811. 8° (198 x 124mm). 47pp. and 4pp. list of benefactors. (Title very lightly dust-soiled.) Disbound.
The Syrian Christians of Travancore, Calcutta: 1807. 8° (215 x 139mm). 35pp. (Title lightly waterstained and lightly soiled, verso of final leaf lightly soiled.) Disbound.
DEROZARIO, M. The Complete Monumental Register: containing all the epitaphs, inscriptions, &c. &c. &c. in the different churches and burial-grounds in and about Calcutta, Calcutta: P. Ferris, 1815. 8° (207 x 123mm). With list of subscribers and final blank. (Lower corner of A2 torn away.) Contemporary mottled calf (extremities rubbed, lettering-piece chipped). Provenance: George Allen (signature on title).
[The Threefold Science. The Jyotish udhyayu of the Vedu, or astronomical treatise appended to the sacred writing of the Hindoos], in Sanskrit, Marathi and English, translated into English by John Stevenson, Bombay: The American Mission Press, 1833. Small 4° (204 x 153mm). Errata slip at end. (One leaf lightly dust-soiled.) 19th-century half calf (rubbed). PRESENTATION COPY, inscribed on front endpaper: "To Mr John Stevenson from his sincere friend J Stevenson". Contains Sukta 1-35 of the first Mandala of the Rigveda, with a gloss in Sanskrit, a paraphrase in Marathi and a translation into English by J. Stevenson, besides a Vedic calendar in Sanskrit ascribed to Lagadh.
KENA UPANISHAD -- Translation of the Céna Upanishad one of the chapters of the Sáma Véda; according to the gloss of the celebrated Shancaráchárya, Calcutta: Philip Pereira, 1816. Small 4° (198 x 132mm). (Small waterstain on title and a few small holes in lower margin, lightly spotted.) 20th-century paper wrappers. Rare first edition of this translation by Rammohun Roy.
With Observations on the Hindoo and Moohummudan Laws of Inheritance, as affecting Converts to Christianity in India (Calcutta, 1831), James R. Campbell's Missions in Hindústán (Philadelphia, 1852), and Thomas Robinson's The Last Days of Bishop Heber (Madras, 1829). (8)