Title: AMERICAN SLAVE CODE IN THEORY AND PRACTICE; ...
Publisher: American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, NY
Publication Date: 1853
Book Condition: Fair
Edition: Third Printing
Third edition published within 6 months of the first. Brown embossed boards, rubbed at the corners, light spotting, 1 1/2 chip at the bottom of the spine, slight chips on the back hinge very discreetly patched with matching cloth, 3/4" tear at the top of the front hinge, waterstain along the bottom left edge of about 1/2 of the text in decreasing measure as you move from front to back, foxing on soem of the pages, strong binding with 1 signature slipping a bit but still attached. 431pp. plus 10 page publisher's catalogue in the back. Sabin 27846; Coleman 3047. Bookseller Inventory # 027753
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