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Parallel Between Alcohol Consumption And The Slave Trade Pamphlet 1828. Herman Humphrey, President Amhest college, Published by John P. Haven, 142 Nassau St. (New York) 1828 4" x 6 1/2" Pamphlet, "Parallel Between Intemperance And The Slave Trade, By Herman Humphrey, President Amhest college, Published by John P. Haven, 142 Nassau St. (New York), 20p, Full wraps, c. 1828. Edge wear, else a tight fine copy. An interesting pamphlet comparing the overindulgence of alcohol and the slave trade, with which being the most "Evil". On the front wrap is a woodcut of a man, obviously drunk, and a woodcut image of a slave on his knee's in chains. A most interesting read, with a graphic front cover.

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    Fine, with light wear

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    Parallel Between Alcohol & Slave Trade Pamphlet 1828

    Auction ended on Tue, Feb 13, 2018
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