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A Letter to the Committee Chosen by the American Tract Society, to Inquire into The Proceedings of its Executive Committee, in Relation to Slavery by  William Jay - First edition - 1857 - from The Old Mill Bookshop (SKU: 215540)

A Letter to the Committee Chosen by the American Tract Society, to Inquire into The Proceedings of its Executive Committee, in Relation to Slavery

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A Letter to the Committee Chosen by the American Tract Society, to Inquire into The Proceedings of its Executive Committee, in Relation to Slavery

by Jay, William

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[New York, 1857. First edition. 38, [2, blank] pp. 8vo. Stitched as issued, title a bit soiled, library stamp to top of page 3, otherwise very good. First edition. 38, [2, blank] pp. 8vo. An attack on the American Tract Society by Jay, one of the founders of the NY Anti-Slavery Society, for its attempts to sidestep the issue of slavery. Dumond, p. 69; OCLC 5080015

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Bookseller Inventory #
215540
Title
A Letter to the Committee Chosen by the American Tract Society, to Inquire into The Proceedings of its Executive Committee, in Relation to Slavery
Author
Jay, William
Format/binding
38, [2, blank] pp. 8vo
Book condition
Used - Stitched as issued, title a bit soiled, library stamp to top of page 3, otherwise very good
Quantity available
1
Edition
First edition
Place of Publication
[New York
Date published
1857
Keywords
African American History

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