Perforations in the Latter-day pamphlets. No. I, Universal suffrage, capital punishment, slavery, by one of the 'eighteen millions of bores'

Boston: Phillips, Sampson, and Company, 1850. 48p., self-wraps, disbound, minor browning, corners torn off of a couple of pages.

Wright, a mathematician and insurance actuary, was a prominent activist and publisher in the abolitionist movement and was part of the abolitionist strain that saw secret societies, such as the Masons, as enemies of human liberty. The 'latter-day' pamphlets referred to are Thomas Carlyle's.

Cat.No: 142605

Price: $125.00