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    [Benjamin Franklin Imprint] David Hall, A Mite into the Treasury. or Some serious Remarks on that solemn and indispensable Duty attending assemblies for divine Worship, incumbent upon all Persons come to Years of Understanding (especially the professors of truth) whilst favour'd with Health, Strength and Liberty; together with some due Animadversions upon the Neglect thereof; as also a Word of Consolation to such sincere hearted Friends, as are render'd incapable of personally attending them, by reason of Old Age, some bodily Disorder, or Confinement, &c. To which is subjoin'd, An Epistle to Friends of Knaresborough Monthly-Meeting (Philadelphia: B. Franklin and D. Hall, 1758), 53pp, Octavo, paper wrappers (front wrapper loose). Edition of 3000 reprinted by Franklin in 1758 at the behest of the Philadelphia Monthly Meeting. An early ownership inscription, "This Book for Caleb Shreve Jnr." Scarce.

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    October, 2008
    17th-18th Friday-Saturday
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