Rev. J[asper] Adams. A Baccalaureate Address, Delivered in St. Paul's Church, 3d November, 1835, at the Annual Commencement of the College of Charleston. Charleston: Jas. S. Burges, 1835. First Edition. 16pp. Disbound. Light scattered foxing. Wrapper remnants. Very good.

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