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Bigelow, Timothy:

AN ORATION PRONOUNCED AT CAMBRIDGE, BEFORE THE PHI BETA KAPPA, AT THEIR ANNUAL MEETING, ON THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1796. IT BEING THE DAY FOLLOWING THE PUBLIC COMMENCEMENT.

Manning and Loring, Boston: 1797 15, [1 blank] pp, with the half-title. Inscribed on half-title, "S.D. Parker to Wm. Parker." Disbound, loosening. Light tanning and foxing. Good+. Bigelow orates on the progress mankind has made in establishing the rule of law, and the diminution of arbitrary government. The dissemination of knowledge and education has led the way. FIRST EDITION. Evans 31824. Not in Jenkins.


Book Id: 18382

Price: $175.00

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