[Published] with permission of the Censor [with Censor's black ink stamp], Warsaw: printed with new type by the engraver Avigdor, son of Yo'el, [Date]: 582, .. .. Very good. - Octavo, 7-3/4 inches high by 4-3/4 inches wide. Hardcover, bound in plain green cloth with faded Hebrew lettering stamped on the spine. The covers are rubbed and stained with a chip to the cloth next to the rear joint. The collation is as follows:  leaves, 45 pages, and  leaves, with a decoated tail-piece. There is occasional scattered foxing and some soiling. A predious owner's name is penned at the bottom of the title page and rear endpaper. A censor's stamp and the stamp of an old bookseller appear on the title. Very good.
At the foot of the title is the following in Polish: "DARKE HALUSZON / Czyli Gramatyke Jezyka hebraysjiego / W. Warszawie 1822 / W Drukarni W. J.. Lebenssohna".
HEBRAICA; RELIGION; GRAMMAR; LANGUAGE; JEWISH STUDIES; CENSOR'S STAMP; EDUCATION; TEACHING; DUBERISH B.R.SH. KAHANA; DARKHE HA-LASHON; WARSAW; POLAND; AVIGDOR, SON OF YO'EL; DARKE HALUSZON; WARSZAWIE; 19TH CENTURY; NINETEENTH CENTURY; LINGUISTICS