Publisher: Joseph Healy / Weeks, Jordan & Co. / John S. Taylor, Philadelphia / Boston / New York
Publication Date: 1838
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: First Edition.
Original embossed cloth (floral pattern), lettering and border stamped stamped in gilt on upper board; 12mo (110 x 184 mm); pp. [i]-vi, -180. Some light chipping in the cloth at spine tips, corners, and along joints; front hinge a bit tender. Contents foxed. More than 50 poems, many of them with an anti-slavery theme, and dedicated to Whittier's friend and fellow abolitionist, Henry B. Stanton ".as a token of the author's personal friendship, and of his respect for the unreserved devotion of exalted talents to the cuase of humanity and freedom.". Bookseller Inventory # D7146
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