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237,  p. Index (actually, table of contents) on last p. " It may be proper to inform the reader that the controversy which has given rise to the following essay was originated by Asa Rand, a professed minister of the gospel, in Gorham, Maine ..." - Introduction. Wove paper (machine made?) Quarter bound with gray paper covered boards and sheep spine with 5 panels separated with gilt double fillets. Text with some foxing, especially the endpapers and front binder's blank. In ink on front pastedown: "No. 47 Belonging to the Library of Friends in Smyrna. Price .50 cts." Leather spine worn and rubbed. Boards somewhat soiled. Top front and lower back spine with 1" split, not affecting binding. All 4 outer corners slightly bumped.
Title: A Brief Examination of Asa Rand's Book, Called a "Word in Season;" With a Refutation of Some of His Erroneous Statements and Charges Against the People Called Quakers; Whereby His Work Will Appear Out of Season .
Categories: Religion: Quakers,
Publisher: Salem :, Printed By Thomas C. Cushing,: 1821
Binding: Paper over Boards
Book Condition: Good
Jacket Condition: No DJ
Size: 7.25" Tall
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: AC0145
Keywords: Asa Rand, Word in Season, Quakers