Boston: Bela Marsh [Bela Marsh and Redding and Company], 1850. First Edition. Octavo (23cm.); publisher's tan wrappers printed within double rule; 71pp. Rear wrapper separated but present (quite chipped and foxed), upper cover a bit worn, top margin toned with faint contemporary manuscript note, else Good overall, internally sound. At head of upper cover: "A Latter-Day Pamphlet."
"There is so much smartness and sense in this snarling tract , that one is provoked,--catching something of its irritable temper,--that it should be spoiled by petulance, bad taste, and lamentable lack of dignity" (from a contemporary review in "The Monthly Religious Magazine," Vol. 5, 1850).