Quite poor condition. i-x, 11-456 pages. Hardcover: H 18.25cm x L 12cm. Brown cloth spine frayed at ends and with tape repairs lengthwise along both joints; boards so rubbed as no printing is legible, tape repairs along board margins, board edges are worn particularly at corners and have surface paper loss. Spine cocked; tape repairs to front and rear hinges. Binding shaken between pages iv-v; obtrusive ink writing and some blotting to front endpapers with the former obscuring the concluding "Miss." in a four-line ink stamp at top of front free endpaper "From | D.O. Semmes, | Druggist, | Grenada, Miss." Pencil calculations and ink writing on rear endpapers; interior pages marred by toning, foxing, and pencil and ink writing; first three leaves (ffep, title leaf i-ii, and iii-iv) chipped at their top fore-edge corners. Sold as is with its redeeming quality being the presence of a scarce late 19th century Grenada, Mississippi bookseller stamp. OCLC attributes book's authorship to Horatio N. Robinson although his surname only appears upon title as "Robinson's Mathematical Series" with editor Daniel W. Fish's name prominently printed towards bottom of page. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: THE PROGRESSIVE HIGHER ARITHMETIC, FOR ...
Publisher: New York, Cincinati, Chicago: American Book Company from the press of Ivison, Blakeman & Company, .
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