Nineteenth and twentieth century text-books written for public instruction.
- Principles of Geometry. Benares 1879
- – in Hindi
- Fifth Hindi Book, by Rama Sanka Misra, M.A., C. S. offg. Magistrate and Collector, Basti (for the III Class of Village Schools, N.W.P.). Rev. Ser. 5th ed. Benares 1897.
- First Edition. A schoolboy’s companion with explanation of the game and rules of cricket etc. 1884.
- Parsing made easy. A collection of useful grammatical notes and specimens of parsing: for the use of junior and senior class students, by Har Nath Sahai. New ed.. Lucknow, Methodist publishing house 1887.
- Sanskrit reader Vol. IV. Bombay 1887.
- A companion to Hill’s Second Geography, by Ram Nath Bhargave, B.A., Allahabad, 5th ed. rev. 1898.
- Notes on Tales from Shakespeare, by a Professor of English, Allahabad, Educational Book Depot, 1910.
- A companion to The Cloister and the Hearth, with a summary of each Chapter and typical questions and answers by Ram Nath Bhargave, B.A., Allahabad 1912.
- Gujarati Infants’ Primer, prepared by the vernacular text books revision committee. Dept. Public Instruction, Bombay. Macmillan 1913.
- Full notes on Ruskin’s Crown of Wild Olive, Part I, by Prof. J.L. Bannerjee. Karachi. (?1926).
- Half-hour lectures on drawing and painting, by Henry Warren. Windsor & Newton Ltd. n.d.
- Copybook of Arabic exercises of 1880s-90s.