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54 pages; 8vo (9.75") 25 cm; Softcover, self-wraps, bound by knotted cord as issued, 56 pages numbered to 54, a few footnotes. Printed with the obsolete long S resembling an f, on rag (cotton-fiber) pages with deckle edges. ; The election sermon was a prestigious sermon delivered to a state legislature following a state-wide annual election. Azel Backus (1765-1817) was pastor of the Congregational church of Bethlem (Bethlehem) Connecticut, and in 1812 was elected first president of Hamilton College, Clinton, New York. ; This is an actual publication from 1798, not a flimsy computer-generated fake. ; Exterior spotted. Final leaf, which is unprinted, has a closed tear. Interior is clean apart from a touch of foxing. Binding intact. Quite scarce.
Title: Absalom's Conspiracy : A Sermon Preached at the General Election at Hartford in the State of Connecticut, May 10th, 1798
Categories: Religion & Spirituality,
Publisher: Hudson & Goodwin: 1798
Book Condition: Very Good+
Item: 1.00 lbs
Seller ID: 18467