New York: James Miller, 1865.
Hard Cover. With “some slight abridgments” (from the Advertisement). The publisher is so self-effacing about Gulliver’s Travels that he derides it a bit as a “present reprint”...”intended simpley as an edition to our increasing, but yet not too numerous stock of books of recreation”. Swift’s name is not included on the title or the half-title page. The engravings by S. P. Avery have charm.~~Brown embossed cloth stamped in gilt with image of Gulliver both on the upper board and the spine. Lacking the front endpaper and the first blank leaf. Previous owner name on the pastedown, the recto of the frontispiece, the half-title and the tile page.