Rills from the Rock of ages

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This is more of a question than a review. What was the date of the green cover edition of this book published? My copy doesn't have Halifax anywhere and no publication date. On page ii - at the bottom it reads "LONDON - MILNER & COMPANY - Paternoster Row On the Title Page it is the same as the Oxford/Google Blue copy - Except again at the bottom: LONDON" Simpkin, Marshall & Co., Milner and Company, Paternoster Row. The inside cover is inscribed to my Great-Grandfather who immigrated to Wisconsin from Londonderry, Ireland in the 1880's. My copy is in fair to poor condition, but I am curious about the publication date. Thank you. 

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