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William W Patton; John Hooker; Milo Doty; William Jay; Fourth Congregational Church (Hartford, Conn.); American Anti-Slavery Society.
|Notes:||Reprint. Originally published: Hartford : Foundry of Silas Andrus & Son, 1855. With the addition of "Extract from a letter of Hon. William Jay, of New York, to Rev. R.S. Cook, corresponding secretary of the American Tract Society" (p. 35-36).
"The following unanimous remonstrance ... was originally published and circulated to the number of several thousands by private individuals. The stereotype plates having been generously presented to the American Anti-Slavery Society, it has been adopted as a tract in their series, and for obvious reasons is published without alteration. The committee by whom it was prepared consisted of the pastor, (Rev. Wm. W. Patton,) John Hooker, Esq., and Mr. Milo Doty."--Page . Dated: New York, June, 1855.
Collation: 1-3⁶ [$1,3 signed; signing $3 as '$*']; 18 leaves, pp. [1-3] 4-36.
|Description:||36 p. ; 19 cm.|
|Series Title:||Anti-slavery tracts, no. 16.|