1859, Broadside, Gov. Nathaniel Banks, Proclamation Of Public Fasting
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1859, Broadside, Gov. Nathaniel Banks, Proclamation Of Public Fasting:
This item is a wonderful, document dated March of 1859, where Governor Nathanile Banks has proclaimed a day of public fasting and prayer, so that all may look at the condition of man and see what they can do to improve the conditions of the oppressed.... Commonwealth of Massachusetts. By His Excellency Nathaniel P. Banks ... a proclamation for a day of public fasting, humilitaion and prayer. : ... Thursday, the seventh day of April next ... Given at the Council chamber, this twenty-third day of March, in the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine ... outer cover, verso of the broadside when folded, bears the address of a Reverend Young of Newton Corners, Massachusetts, with a blue Franklin stamp. Overall in very good condition, broadside is 20x24, folds, displays nicely.
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