THE FOUNDATIONS OF NATIONALITY. A DISCOURSE, PREACHED IN THE UNITARIAN CHURCH, MONTREAL, ON THE SUNDAY AFTER THE GREAT RAILWAY CELEBRATION, NOVEMBER, 1856.

Montreal: 1856. 28pp, stitched, original printed wrappers [chipped, with a closed tear]. Hist. soc. blindstamp. Very Good.

Celebrating the railroad as one of the nation's "foundations of nationality...Our land is a land of freedom, broad, generous, and unrestricted, so that every man, whatever be his creed, country, or color, may within our borders, enjoy his natural rights of 'life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.'"
FIRST EDITION. Not in TPL. Sabin 16763. Item #4648

Price: $100.00

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