Grammar of the Hawaiian Language. Honolulu: Mission Press, 1854. 156 pp. Period marbled boards rebacked. Foxing, lacking folding table (as often, per Forbes), title backed, boards rubbed.
First edition, second issue of the first comprehensive grammar of the Hawaiian language, partially funded by the Hawaiian government. Honolulu bookseller Thomas G. Thrum found a number of remainder copies of the grammar in about 1890 and reissued them adding a new title with his name at the foot. Forbes 1974.