American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. The Missionary Herald, for the year 1825, Vol. XXI.: 12 issues bound. Boston: Crocker & Brewster, 1825. First Edition.
Leather spine & corners, green marbled boards, outer hinges cracked and weak. 5 1/2 x 9 inches, vii., 400 unmarked pp., light foxing. Wood engraving of the funeral procession of Queen Keopuolani of the Sandwich Islands and a second one of the "Wailing on Account of the Death of Keopuolani." Old bookplate of an unnamed theological seminary. Ffep loose and laid in. Several owner's signatures and round emboss stamps. Bound with the general title page and index for the year. Fair. Leather_bound. 
The publication of the ABCFM intended to inform supporters of the missionary work undertaken by the Board. Includes overseas and American frontier Indian missions. This volume includes reports from Western Africa, Aleppo, Arkansas, Atooi, Huahine, Barracas, Ceylon, Bengal, Beyroot, Jerusalem, Bombay, Borabora, Candy's Creek (Cherokee mission), Cataraugus, China, Choctaw mission, Sandwich Islands, Lahinah, Society Islands, Kaavaroa, Waiakea, Honoruru [sic], Hayti, Mackinaw mission, Maimi mission, Michigan mission, New South Wales, Osages mission, Ottawas mission, Owhyee, Palestine, Putawatomie mission, Seneca mission, Shawnese mission, South Sea Islands, Syria, and at the Tonga Islands.
Revivals of religion are reported at Batticotta, in Germany, at Jaffna, at Manepy, at Oodooville, at Panditeripo, in Ceylon, and at Tillipally.
Includes letters from Hiram Bingham, John C. Bigham, Eustace Carey, John Mayhew, William Coombs, Jeremiah Day, Pliny Fisk, William Goodell, Cyrus Kingsbury, Theophilus Parvin, John Scudder, Asa Thurston, and Daniel Temple.
Above are a sample of the contents in this volume.