Ephemera, Philadelphia: Josiah Tatum, 1850. Good with No dust jacket as issued.
Single issue publication with stitched binding, part of it still intact. Pages tanned and foxed with some soiling/staining. Holes in left margin, heavy wear to corners, some edge wear. ; Weekly Quaker publication begun in 1847. Later merged with Christian Worker to form American Friend. Contents: Memoir of Jonathan Backhouse of Darlington, England. Humanity to the brute creation recommended. Life in California (by Bayard Taylor). State of things at Jamaica. Michigan and the death penalty. Extract from the speech of harles E. Clarke of New York on the admission of California delivered in committee of the whole in the House of Representatives, May 13, 1850. Numerous reprints of news from various sources, with discussion of slavery in some. ; 10" tall ; 16 pages.
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