Priests’ Prisons for Women, or A Consideration of the Question, Whether Unmarried Foreign Priests Ought to Be Permitted to Erect Prisons, Into Which, Under Pretence of Religion, to Seduce or Entrap, or by Force Compel Young Women to Enter, and After They Have Secured Their Property, Keep Them in Confinement, and Compel Them, a Their Slaves, to Submit Themselves to Their Will, Under the Penalty of Flogging or the Dungeon? In Twelve Letters to T. Parkin Scott, Esq., Member of the Baltimore Bar, and Vice Consul of the Pope. Andrew Boyd Cross.

Priests’ Prisons for Women, or A Consideration of the Question, Whether Unmarried Foreign Priests Ought to Be Permitted to Erect Prisons, Into Which, Under Pretence of Religion, to Seduce or Entrap, or by Force Compel Young Women to Enter, and After They Have Secured Their Property, Keep Them in Confinement, and Compel Them, a Their Slaves, to Submit Themselves to Their Will, Under the Penalty of Flogging or the Dungeon? In Twelve Letters to T. Parkin Scott, Esq., Member of the Baltimore Bar, and Vice Consul of the Pope

Good. Item #11379

Baltimore: Sherwood & Co., 1854. First Edition. Octavo. 47 pp. String-bound printed wraps. Early waterstaining and browning of title leaf; portion missing from title; front and rear wraps detached but present. Binding otherwise holding.

Scarce pamphlet from the Baltimore-born temperance advocate, pamphleteer, and all-around industrious reform advocate Andrew Cross. No copies in retail at the time of this writing.

Price: $150.00