A Southern Traveller's Visit to New-England. ANONYMOUS.

A Southern Traveller's Visit to New-England

Boston: Lincoln and Edmands, 1830. First Edition. A Commonwealth, contented, gentle, kind,
Each separate member to one whole combined,
And thence conclude, a reasoning not unjust,
Where slaves exist, a hostile force is nursed--
Freedom alone creates a power to trust! (p. 16).

AMERICAN IMPRINTS 3555 (spelling the title "Traveler"); SABIN 88510. Octavo (ca. 21cm.); disbound; 16pp. Light foxing, spine a bit fragile, else Very Good and fresh. Anonymously-composed paean to New England as seen through the eyes of a rural farmer visited by a Virginia gentleman. Concludes with the abolitionist message:.

Price: $250.00

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