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Mitchell, William H.:

A FAREWELL DISCOURSE, DELIVERED IN THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, WETUMPKA, ALA., ON THE 28TH DAY OF JULY, 1850.

Printed by William Rollston, "North Alabamian" Office, Tuscumbia [AL]: 1850 21, [3 blank] pp. Original printed yellow wrappers [light dust and edgewear, a few small chips to back wrap], stitched. Accession number stamped in blank margin of title page. Errata slip tipped in after the title page. Light vertical crease through center of text, Very Good. Tuscumbia, birthplace of Helen Keller, is located in the foothills of the Appalachians in Northern Alabama, west of Huntsville and just South of Florence. Imprints from this little town are unusual; OCLC, which does not record this one, locates only a few Tuscumbia imprints, and fewer before 1850. Owen 1062. Not in Ellison, Sabin, or on OCLC as of October 2014.


Book Id: 21873

Price: $375.00

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