London: N. Trubner and Co., 1866. Second Edition. Six Volumes (presumably complete). Octavos. From the subtitle: "A collection of ancient Hindu Hymns, constituting the first Ashtaka, or Book, of the Rig-Veda; the oldest authority for the religions and social institutions of the Hindus." Translated from the Original Sanskrit. From the library of Dorothy Norman via Ernest Ridley Debenham (of Debenham's) with his large bookplate in each volume, along with the small label of bookseller John M. Watkins, Cecil Court, London. Light wear to the spine ends (with a small tear at the crown of Vol. V), else close to near fine in burgundy boards.