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Rives, W[illiam] C.:

DISCOURSE ON THE CHARACTER AND SERVICES OF JOHN HAMPDEN, AND THE GREAT STRUGGLE FOR POPULAR AND CONSTITUTIONAL LIBERTY IN HIS TIME. DELIVERED BEFORE THE TRUSTEES, FACULTY AND STUDENTS OF HAMPDEN SYDNEY COLLEGE, THE 12TH NOVEMBER, 1845.

Shepherd and Colin, Richmond: 1845 68pp, attractive modern plain wrappers, light scattered soil. Good+ or so. Rives tells the story of Hampden, "the immortal champion of civil and religious freedom," a martyr who resisted arbitrary English rule in 1642 and 1643. The College is named after him. FIRST EDITION. Haynes 15747. AI 5474 [4]. Not in Swem.


Book Id: 11680

Price: $100.00

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