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Flint, Abel:

A DISCOURSE, DELIVERED AT HARTFORD FEB.22, 1800, THE DAY SET APART BY RECOMMENDATIONS OF CONGRESS, TO PAY A TRIBUTE OF RESPECT TO THE MEMORY OF GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON, WHO DIED, DECEMBER 14TH, 1799. BY...PASTOR OF THE SOUTH CHURCH IN HARTFORD.

Hudson and Goodwin, Hartford: 1800 22pp, stitched into modern plain wrappers, with the half title. Scattered light foxing, final blank with a closed tear. Very Good. Inscribed at top of title page, 'Presented by the Author to Wm Lockwo' [inscription trimmed at outer margin]. Flint examines the sterling character of "the American Cincinnatus," especially his magnificent "private virtues" which are so frequently deficient in other men "distinguished for martial courage or political wisdom." FIRST EDITION. Evans 37430. Stillwell 81.


Book Id: 20110

Price: $250.00

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