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    Anna Ros nam kiz üzerine bir Ingiliz karinin çocuklar icin duzmesi (A Girl Named Ann Ross: The Story of an English Lady for Children). Malta: Amerika Stampahanesinde, 1829.Small octavo. Spine split and shaken. Both boards detached. Fair.
    This is the Armeno Turkish (Turkish written in Armenian character) translation of Anna Ross, a novel by Scottish writer Grace Kennedy (1782-1825) originally published in 1824. Kennedy's novels for young children, with moral and religious leanings, were very popular in their day. The publication of this novel in Malta, a place where there was no Armenian community, was part of a series in Armeno Turkish published in the same year (at least six other books) by the American Humanitarian Society.


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