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    [Anti-Slavery]. Frederick Douglass. The Anti-Slavery Movement. A Lecture. Rochester, New York: Press of Lee, Mann & Co., 1855. First edition of this rare tract. Octavo. 44, [4, blank] pages. Publisher's dark blue printed wrappers. Spine has been restored and repaired, occasional tape residue to spine and covers, some wear, creasing, soiling to wrappers. Text with occasional dampstaining, creasing, mild wear. Contemporary ownership signature at the top of page 44. Very good. Sabin 20709. In this famous tract, Douglass give a brief history of the American Anti-Slavery Movement, and comments on its strengths and weaknesses, and evinces a cautious, yet hopeful, outlook on its future.

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