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[Kneeland, Abner] and Samuel Dunn Parker

Report of the arguments of the Attorney of the Commonwealth, at the trials of Abner Kneeland, for blasphemy, in the municipal and supreme courts, in Boston, January and May, 1834. (Collected and published at the request of some Christians of various denominations.)

Printed by Beals, Homer & Co., Boston. 1834, 93p., disbound, foxed, first few pages lightly chipped in corners, first edition. Published by those opposed to Kneeland. "The gist of the argument was that the press is free to express opinions provided they do not offend the beliefs of others..." *McCoy K149

Cat.No: 92062

Price: $225.00

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