Ephemera, Philadelphia: Josiah Tatum, 1850. Fair with No dust jacket as issued.
Single issue publication with stitched binding. Pages tanned and foxed with some soiling/staining and a small amount of writing at bottom edge of first page. Holes in left margin, heavy wear to corners, some edge wear. Last page has an abrasion running vertically the length of the page resulting also in several small holes. Does not affect readability. ; Weekly Quaker publication begun in 1847. Later merged with Christian Worker to form American Friend. Contents: Testimony of Purchse Monthly Meeting, New York (1833), respecting Esther Griffin. Correspondence of William and Alice Ellis. Memoir of the life of John Marshall, Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. Continuation of a report of a visit to the West Indies in 1850. The proper principle of criminal treatment. The Fugitive (Slave) Act. Numerous reprints of news from various sources. ; 10" tall ; 16 pages.
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