DescriptionSamuel Williams. A Discourse on the Love of Our Country; Delivered on a Day of Thanksgiving, December 15, 1774. Salem, New England: Samuel and Ebenezer Hall, 1775.
Sewn, as issued. Half title loose. Former owner's name or inscription from author at the top of the half-title. Toned.
Williams writes: "We seem to be on the eve of some great and unusual events: Events which it is not improbable, may form a new era, and give a new turn to human affairs."
Howes W477. Evans 14627. American Independence 203.
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