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Hosmer, William

The higher law, in its relations to civil government: with particular reference to slavery, and the fugitive slave law

The higher law, in its relations to civil government: with particular reference to slavery, and the fugitive slave law
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Derby & Miller, Auburn. 1852, ix, 204p., tissue-guarded steel-engraved frontis portrait of Seward, 7.2x4.7 inch cloth boards with spine-title gilt and blind panelling of covers. Find previous owner's pencil signature (very old), irregular foxing to preliminary (including portrait) and to terminal leaves, some edgewear with eighth-inch losses at rims and corner-tips. A good-only copy. Hosmer's disquisition, dedicated to Seward, is a pungent attack against slavery in all its manifestations

Cat.No: 13557

Price: $250.00

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