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The first book on British Malaya
A short account of the Prince of Wales's Island,
or Pulo Peenang, in the East-Indies; given to Capt. Light, by the King of Quedah. Ornamented with an elegant engraving, representing "A View of the North Point of the Prince of Wales's Island, and the ceremony of christening it." Also a chart, including the plan of the island. London John Stockdale 1788
First edition, 8vo, pp.(iii)-vi, (7)-34, , 12, , [1, blank], frontispiece, 2 folding maps. A very good copy in contemporary wrappers, original paper label on spine. Bound without half-title. Early stamp with coronet of the Holstein-Holsteinborg library to title-page.
Bastin & Rohatgi, Prints of Southeast Asia in the India Office Library, no.1
Amsterdam Frederick Muller 1861
pp.viii, 549, 30 hand coloured plates. A very good copy bound in contemporary leather-backed boards. Blind stamp of British and Foreign Bible Society on title, and shelf number on spine. Inscribed to the British and Foreign Bible Society, from the Netherlands Bible Society.
A Travellers Notes,
or Notes of a Tour through India, Malaysia, Japan, Corea, the Australian Colonies and New Zealand during the years 1891-1893. Chelsea James Veitch & Sons (for private circulation only) 1896
First edition, 4to, pp.219, 8 plates, text illustrations, folding map. A very good copy in original cloth.
Dr Krom's annotated copy
Oudheden van Java.
Lijst der voornaamste overblijfselen uit den Hindoetijd op Java met eene Oudheidkundige Kaart. Batavia Landsdrukkerij & 's Hage: M. Nijhoff 1891
First edition pp.xviii, 338. Verhandelingen van het Bataviaasch Genootschap van Kunsten en Wetenschapen, Deel XLVI. This interleaved copy has the bookplate and ownership signature of Dr. P.H. Pott, but before him it was owned by Dr. N.J. Krom who extensively annotated the inter-leaves with his revisions and notes. Bound in contemporary quarter calf, but without the separately issued map.
Singapore Malaya Publishing House 1931
First edition in book form, pp.123. A very good copy in the original cloth-backed boards. Inscribed "Dolly, Christmas 1931", and with a later ownership signature. Bookseller's label of Kelly & Walsh, Raffles Place.
COPAC records one copy only, in the British Library
A Malay - English Dictionary.
Part I: (Alif to Za). Part II: (Sin to Nya). Arranged according to the Jawi alphabet. Index. Singapore Kelly & Walsh. 1903
First edition, three parts bound in one, 4to, pp.ii, ix, 355, (357)-700, (4), (705)-717, liv, , v. Contemporary half calf, neatly re-backed, preserving original spine. A very good copy.