Ephemera, Philadelphia: Josiah Tatum, 1853. Fair with No dust jacket as issued.
Single issue unbound publication. Pages tanned and foxed with small amount of writing at bottom edge of first page. Holes in left margin, heavy wear to corners including creasing and some chipping; some edge wear. ; Weekly Quaker publication begun in 1847. Later merged with Christian Worker to form American Friend. Contents: biography and correspondence written by Daniel Wheeler (1771-1840), a Quaker missionary describing experiences in Tahiti, where he would do mission work. Notice of Mary Blackwell of Kingsbridge, England, who died in 1852 at the age of 38. Article by William Jay, president of the American Peace Society, on some signs of the times auspicious to the cause of peace. An address of Christian counsel and caution to emigrants to newly-settled colonies, issued on behalf of the Religious Society of Friends. Report on Friends' manual labor school, Adrian, Michigan. Message to the Philadelphia Free Produce Association of Friends. Numerous reprints of news from various sources. ; 10" tall ; 16 pages.
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