1830 PROCEEDINGS of the ANTI-MASONIC CONVENTION in Philadelphia FIRST EDITION

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1830 PROCEEDINGS of the ANTI-MASONIC CONVENTION in Philadelphia FIRST EDITION

THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE UNITED STATES ANTI-MASONIC CONVENTION, Held at Philadelphia, September 11, 1830: Embracing [Including] the Journal of Proceedings, the Reports, the Debates, and the Address of the People. A sammelband of pamphlets of the 1830 U.S. Anti-Masonic Convention.

Published by I. P. Trimble, Philadelphia; Skinner and Dewey, New York; et al.

Hardcovers (front cover disbound but present), 6x9 inches, 164 pages. The pamphlets are numbered separately, but are also numbered consecutively where necessary at the upper gutter edge. There are 165 total pages. There is a table-of-contents at the front.

Condition: The front cover is disbound but present, the rear cover hinge is tender and separating but holding on, the spine covering is split at the folds and frayed; internally, the pages are in good condition, edgewear to the top edge of some pages where they were cut-open, an age spot or two here and there, overall the pages are tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked. A nice, complete copy, well printed, with covers in need of care.

Recent reprints of this anti-masonic convention are common, but this Primary Source 1830 First Edition is rare.

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