Concord [N.H.]: Published by George Hough, Sold at his Bookstore, 1822. First edition. 8vo, removed pamphlet (lacking wrappers), 26 pages. The longtime Congregationalist minister warns Universalists of the follies of their doctrines; a typical salvo against some of the principal works of early Unitarian-Universalist (and then New Hampshire resident) Hosea...
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Portsmouth, N.H. W. Weeks -- Printer, 1813. First edition. 12mo, contemporary calf spine, marbled boards, 179 pages. An uncommon and relatively early controversial work from one of the fathers of American Universalism, and a nice example of a Portsmouth imprint. Neat gift inscription dated 1905 on the front free endpaper. American Imprints 27777.