No publisher, place or date. (Perhaps Amherst or Portsmouth, NH): 1807. Pamphlet, single stitched in the center left margin. Lacking any wraps that were issued. Pagination runs 197-234. A single issue of this magazine devoted primarily to religious items. This number features a sketch of the life of Eunice Wells, further extracts from the diary of Reverend Ivory Hovey (containing some reference to locations in Maine) as well as a few theological/philosophical essays. The Piscataqua Evangelical Magazine ran for three volumes, providing a publication venue for New Hampshire and Maine ministers and religious figures. GOOD condition, ex-library, with scattered stamping and some handwritten library notations throughout. Some staining and spotting to the front page. Light offsetting, moderate uneven darkening and scattered soiling. Pages curled at the corners, with some creasing, and a few with tears at the upper corners. A 3 by 3 1/2 inch piece CUT out from the lower portion of page 223/24, with loss of text in that area. Sabin 63024. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: The Piscataqua Evangelical Magazine. ...
Publisher: No Publisher
Publication Date: 1807
Book Condition: Good
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