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New York: The Mackay Society, 1980. 28p. 6.25x8.25 inches, illustrations, stapled pictorial wraps. Minor toning and handling, very good. With articles on Jo Labadie and John Henry Mackay, sex radicals and abolitionists, and more. As stated in this issue, “The purpose of The Storm has been from the beginning to.....
Boston: Weeks, Jordan & Co., 1840. Hardcover. 279p. hardcover, ex-library with spine label, bookplate, and card pocket at rear. First Edition, predating the British edition. "SIR, Having been requested by a benevolent institution in Boston to deliver a public lecture on some subject connected with India, I thought of presenting.....
Freeport, NY: Books for Libraries Press, 1969. Hardcover. xiv, 298p., cloth boards spine-titled gilt; tail rim is somewhat worn. A photo-reproduction of the 1861 edition. The book's main focus is on slavery and race relations, with fears that England and France may intervene on the side of the Confederacy. Select.....
Lowell, MA: The Vox Populi Press, 1896. Hardcover. xviii, 586p., first edition, original brown cloth binding professionally repaired, end papers foxed, minor internal foxing else very good condition. Ballou, a Unitarian minister, was the founder of the Hopedale utopian community, an abolitionist and pacifist.