Watts, Isaac. Watts' Divine and Moral Songs, for the Use of Children. New-York: Printed and Sold by Mahlon Day, 1828. 
Soiled paper wrappers, fold with hand-sewn repair, 3 1/2 x 5 3/4 inches, 23 (1) pp. With 16 wood engravings. First and last page blank, pasted to printed wrapper, as issued. Fair. Pamphlet.
No record at WorldCat; they do record 1829 & 1830 printings.
16 "Divine Songs" and 5 "Moral Songs."
The printer's address is "At the New Juvenile Book-Store, no. 376, Pearl-street.
Mahlon Day (1790-1854), b. Morristown, NJ; d. at sea in the sinking of the SS Arctic off the coast of Newfoundland. Day was an Orthodox Quaker and traveled with Joseph John Gurney in his ministry, chronicling in his diary their trip through the West Indies and the Caribbean in 1839-40. His press produced many tracts for New York Yearly and Monthly Meetings. He was a trustee of the African Free School and a manager of the New York Institution for the Blind.
"Mahlon Day was one of two printers who dominated the New York City children's book publishing scene in the early 19th century (the other being Samuel Wood). Day published entertaining and educational books that, like most others of his time, focus on piety, virtue, and morality." - New-York Historical Society website.
Isaac Watts (1674-1748); English Independent minister, author, and hymn-writer.