The History of Tame Beasts
New York, NY: Mahlon Day, 1836. A short chap book that provides an illustration and description of fourteen domesticated animals (three of which are different species of dogs). The animals described in the book are: the horse, the ass the cow, the ox, the sheep, the goat, the cat, the mastiff, the pointer, the spaniel, the hog, the reindeer, Arabian camel and the elephant. The back cover has a list of other books sold by Mahlon Day. On the front cover, it states that this book was sold a the New Juvenile Book Store located at No. 374 Pearl Street in New York. 16 pgs. Yellow printed wrappers. Thread binding. OCLC 2 (Oct 2019) Measures 4 1/2" x 2 3/4" Age toning and soiling. Sewing repair. Back cover missing small section on bottom.