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    Jonathan Fisher. Short Poems... Portland: A. Shirley, Printer, 1827. First edition.

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    Jonathan Fisher. Short Poems: Including a Sketch of the Scriptures to the Book of Ruth: Satan's Great Devise, or Lines on Intemperance: I and Conscience, or a Dialogue on Universalism: and a Few Others on Various Subjects. Portland: A. Shirley, Printer, 1827. First edition. Eighteenmo. 143 pages. Early marbled paper over boards with leather backstrip. Titles lettered in gilt on the spine. Wear to the edges of the boards and spine with some scattered foxing throughout, else a sound copy of this scarce work in very good condition.



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    October, 2012
    4th-5th Thursday-Friday
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