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Hall, David, Franklin, Benjamin
A MITE INTO THE TREASURY
Re-Printed By B. Franklin and D. Hall, London/philadelphia 1758 - . Or some serious remarks on that solemn and indispensable duty of duly attending assemblies for divine worship. To which is subjoined, an Epistle to friends of Knaresborough Monthly-meeting. Re-printed by Benjamin Franklin and David Hall. A very Rare find. In Original plain unprinted wraps, held together (tightly) by original twine/strings. Very bright and clean interior. Sabin 29747, Evans 8146, Miller 683. A few very small chips on spine, also a couple, barely noticable/light fox spots on a couple txt pgs. This early American Imprint in its fresh original state was printed in a very small quantity after a limited printing of only 3,000 copies the year before overseas. It pleads Quakers to attend weekly meetings and not subject themselves to the evils associated with non attendance. ; 4 3/4" x 7 1/4"; 53 pages [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
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