Universalist Watchman, Repository and Chronicle : 1830-1831

By: Bell, William

Price: $195.00

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Fair with no dust jacket

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208 pages; Folio (17.5") 44 cm; Hardcover, boundvolume, very tall, 12.75 x 17.5 inches. Tan leather spine and tips, tan boards, "Watchman" on spine. Main text in four columns. Volume 2 stated, one complete year, May 1830 to April 1831. Each issue is 4 pages, total 208 pages. Rag paper throughout. Denominational news, religious news, sermons, theological topics, poetry, much more. ; The Rev. William Bell was a prominent early Universalist preacher who edited this paper (Universalist Watchman) from 1827 to 1832, and later edited Gospel Fountain, also Star of Bethlehem, in Lowell, Massachusetts. Ebenezer Avery printed and published the Watchman in Woodstock, Vermont. ; We have graded this item Fair. Quite worn, boards chipped. Binding tight, all pages attached except front free endpaper which is just hanging on. Front endpaper is inscribed "Benj. W. Stevens / presented by Rev. M. H. Smith" [Matthew Hale Smith, a major Universalist booster until 1840 when he noisily changed religions]. Quite rare. Sold as is.

Title: Universalist Watchman, Repository and Chronicle : 1830-1831

Author Name: Bell, William

Location Published: Ebenezer Avery: 1830

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fair with no dust jacket

Item: 5.40 lbs

Categories: Religion & Spirituality

Seller ID: 23768

Keywords: liberal religion, theology, universalism, universalist