The Treasury of Language. A Rudimentary Dictionary of Universal Philology.
London: Hall and Co. 
First edition pp.[iv], iv, 301, . A very good copy. Recently rebound in half calf, cloth boards.
James Bonwick, 1817-1906, was a prolific writer on Australia. He wrote the introduction to this dictionary and is listed as one of a number of compilers. An appendix promised in the preface was not published.