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    Mexican Catechism in Spanish and Nahuatl

    Explicacion Clara y Sucinta de los Principales Misterios de Nuestra Santa Fé. Oracion Dominical, Mandamientos y Sacramentos en el Idioma Mexicano. Puebla: Imprenta del Hospital de S. Pedro, 1835.

    First edition. Twelvemo. 266 pages. Errata sheet. Frontispiece. Text in Spanish and Nahuatl.

    Contemporary polished morocco over buckram boards. Gilt lettering to spine (titling the book "Catecism Mexicano," with the initials at the base of M. R. M., a previous owner, attorney Modesto R. Martinez). Inked name of later owner, George Byron Hyde, an American physician who practiced in Mexico from 1889 until the time of the Revolution. Some scuffing to the boards. Binder's label to front pastedown. Very good.

    Sabin, 23424.

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    February, 2010
    11th-12th Thursday-Friday
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