Hardcover. SIGNED BY ABOLITIONIST EUGENE PARDEE. A hardcover book bound in modern 3/4 black cloth with marbled boards. The first title page has library stamps on it. Foxing and age-toning throughout, plus some light dampstaining in the top margins. Otherwise, text clean and binding tight. The cover is like new. Item #177417
A compilation of various 19th-century antislavery works. Contains multiple signatures of Eugene Pardee, an Ohio abolitionist and conductor on the Underground Railroad. Includes LIBERTY: THE IMAGE AND SUPERSCRIPTION ON EVERY COIN ISSUED BY THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (1837), EMANCIPATION IN THE WEST INDIES by Jas. A. Thome and J. Horace Kimball (1838), CORRESPONDENCE, between the Hon. F.H. Elmore, One of the South Carolina Delegation in Congress, and James G. Birney, One of the Secretaries of the American Anti-Slavery Society (1838), THOUGHTS ON THE PROPOSED ANNEXATION OF TEXAS TO THE UNITED STATES by Theodore Sedgwick (1844), ORATION ON THE LIFE AND CHARACTER OF GILBERT MOTIER DE LAFAYETTE by John Quincy Adams (1835), SPEECH OF MR. LINN OF MISSOURI, in Reply to Mr. McDuffie, on the Oregon Bill (1843), SHORT PATENT SERMONS (undated), and SPEECH OF MR. DUNCAN OF OHIO, ON THE GENERAL APPROPRIATION BILL FOR 1840 (1840).