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White, Stephen:

DEATH DISSOLVES THE NEAREST AND DEAREST RELATIONS, AND THE CLOSEST CONNEXIONS BETWEEN MEN. A SERMON, OCCASIONED BY THE MUCH LAMENTED DEATH OF COL. JOSEPH TRUMBULL, ESQ. WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE JULY THE 23D, 1778, AND DELIVERED IN THE FIRST SOCIETY IN LEBANON, AT HIS INTERMENT, JULY THE 24TH. BY STEPHEN WHITE, A.M. AND PASTOR OF THE FIRST CHURCH IN WINDHAM.

Printed by [Hannah] Watson and Goodwin, Hartford: 1779 5" x 6.75". 17, [1 blank] pp. Stitched, untrimmed, lightly toned and worn. Good+ to Very Good. Hannah Watson was Connecticut's first woman printer. Trumbull was barely forty years old when he died. A Harvard graduate, he was elected a delegate to the Continental Congress in 1774 but he did not serve; he joined the Revolutionary army, and was promoted to Colonel. Evans 16680. Trumbull 1632.


Book Id: 22683

Price: $375.00

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