Memoir of Rev. Edward Mott Woolley : By His Daughter, with an Appendix Containing Selections from His Sermons

By: Gillett, Fidelia Woolley

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360 pages; 12mo (7.75") 20 cm; Hardcover, dark brown blindstamped cloth, 360 pages, appendix of 6 sermons, b/w frontispiece portrait engraving of Woolley, with tissue guard. ; Written by the Rev. Fidelia Woolley Gillett, assisted by the Rev. Aaron B. Grosh. ; The Rev. Edward Mott Woolley (1803-1853) was an early American Universalist preacher in western New York and one of the first in Michigan. His daughter was also a noted pastor in Michigan, one of the earliest ordained women in North America (1877); We have graded this book Poor. Edges quite worn, tips rounded, pages yellowed from age, with light foxing here and there. Main defect: backstrip is missing, spine was well repaired long ago with a black cloth overlay, and title was very neatly painted on same. Hinges are intact. Binding tight. Everything readable. Scarce. Sold as is.

Title: Memoir of Rev. Edward Mott Woolley : By His Daughter, with an Appendix Containing Selections from His Sermons

Author Name: Gillett, Fidelia Woolley

Categories: Biography,

Publisher: Abel Tompkins: 1855

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Poor with no dust jacket

Item: 1.00 lbs

Seller ID: 20161

Keywords: Universalist ; Universalism ; Liberal Religion ; Biography ; Preachers ; Ministers ; New York History ; Michigan History ; UUTopics ; UUAuthors ;,