Volumes 1 and 2 bound together. Allison and Samuel Rhoads and Abraham L.
24 monthly issues bound together. Complete; each volume contains 104 text pages. Half-leather with marbled boards; 6.75 x 10.25.Clean pages with light intermittent foxing. Old pencil annotation at top of the first title page. To the first six leaves.
Some edge wear to cover; two-inch loss of spine covering at head and tail. This ardent abolitionist journal includes coverage of the debate regarding the expansion of slavery, news of anti-slavery events, some early writings of Frederick Douglass, discussion of Quaker events, American slavery laws, Uncle Toms Cabin, temperance issues including the Maine Law, and much more.
The journal was the organ of the Free Produce Society of Philadelphia and its publisher, George Taylor, managed the citys Free Produce Store. Free Produce included all manners of goods (traditionally made with slave labor) that were produced without any taint of slavery.
Such items were much more expensive than slave-produced items, but the most principled Quakers and abolitionists paid the price to keep their consciences clear. Although the Society disbanded in 1856, Taylor. The store open until after the Civil War when customers no longer saw a reason to patronize him. (October, 1868) and Cisons Quality Came Second in.While digital and microform reprints are common, as of 2017, OCLC shows only a few institutions holding intermittent original. View My Other Items For Sale. I know that this can be expensive, but I've switched to this method because I've had too many claims of non-receipt by international buyers. Please don't assume anything that is not specifically stated or shown on this listing page. This is a Read'Em Again Books sale. Read'Em Again books is a member of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America (ABAA), the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers (ILAB), the Ephemera Society, the Manuscript Society, the American Philatelic Society (APS), the U. Philatelic Classics Society, and the Military Postal History Society (MPHS).
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