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    [Newspaper]. Bound Volume of the Boston Recorder. Vol. IV, No. 1 - Vol. VI, No. 53. January 2, 1819 - Dec. 29, 1821. Boston: Nathaniel Willis, 1819 - 1821. Folio. Contemporary quarter-calf binding, over marbled boards. A Christian publication, this volume contains articles of interest on topics such as Cherokee, Choctaw and Asian Missions; The Execution of Pirates; A Warning to Drunkards; What Christianity Has Done for Women; Indoor Superstitions and Cruelties, The Death of Caleb Strong; etc.

    Condition: Extremities rubbed, bumped and edgeworn, with scattered dampstaining and minor surface loss to front and rear boards. Scattered foxing, creasing and age-toning throughout, with some occasional dampstaining and edge tears. Contemporary owner's ink signature on front page of most issues. Very good.

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