Chandler 1836 First Edition Abolition Of Slavery
This item has been shown 705 times.
Chandler 1836 First Edition Abolition Of Slavery:
Chandler 1836 First Edition Abolition of Slavery
Rare 1836 First Edition “Abolition of Slavery” Volumes
1836-Dated, 1st Edition, “The Poetic Works” bound with “Essays, Philanthropic and Moral.. principally relating to the Abolition of Slavery in America,” by Elizabeth Margaret Chandler, Published by Lemuel Howell, Philadelphia, PA, About Fine.
This is a First Edition copy of Chandler’s two volumes, bound together, in this 7.25” x 4.5” book with original hardbound covers. The first volume has 180 pages and the second has 120 pages with an engraved frontispiece. Included is a memoir of Chandler’s life and character by Benjamin Lundy. Both of these works were published posthumously by Lundy, her editor, in his journal “The Genius of Universal Emancipation.” Proceeds from the sale of this book went to the abolitionist cause. The spine and edges of the work are worn and there are no free endpapers. The top margin of the title-page is town away and there is some foxing throughout. Great work on the abolitionist cause. Shaw 36587 & 36588.
Item Number: 75137 ADD Early_American_sales to your list of FAVORITE SELLER VIEW Other Items offered by Early_American_sales Complete Table of Contents, Current Offerings and Additional Images
can be found at Early American History sales online
Over 1,000 items currently online !