Letters of Elias Hicks: Including Also Observations on the Slavery of the Africans and Their Descendants, and on the Use of the Produce of Their Labor

Very Good. Item #7646

Philadelphia: T. Allwood Chapman, 1861. Octavo. 240 pages. Brown boards blind stamped front and rear and spine lettered in gilt.

Elias Hicks was an influential Quaker minister and anti-slavery activist, advocating for a consumer boycott of slave-produced goods, and helping bring about the abolition of slavery in his home state of New York.

Corners bumped and worn. Light staining and smudging to boards. Binding sound. Previous owner's inscriptions to front and second free endpapers. Pages lightly spotted but unmarked.

Price: $85.00