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    The Anti-Slavery Record. Vol. I & II.. New York: Amer. Anti-Slavery Society, 1835-36. First editions.

    More Information: The Anti-Slavery Record. Vol. I, for 1835. Vol.  II for 1836. New York: Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, 1835-36. First editions. Two octavo volumes. iv, 174; iv, 170 pages. Twelve illustrated chapter headings. Original decorated full cloth with gilt spine titles. Covers well worn and rubbed with some abrasions and staining. Some tearing along spines and ends. Moderate foxing to both volumes. Vol. II has excised preliminary and terminal page, as well as periodic pencil scribbling. Ownership signature in Vol. I. Generally, very good copies. AI30092. Hubbard I, 967. Hampton 1396. Lomazow 321. Sabin 81862. Work, page 297.

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