Oneida Reserve, N.Y. (Leonard and Company, Printers), May 13, 1851. 8vo, unbound, eight leaves (fastened with an early straight pin), -176 pages. Printed in two columns. A light stain and some faint foxing; a very good copy. Item #13461
The weekly newspaper of the perfectionist utopian Oneida Community and its leader John Humphrey Noyes, edited by Noyes' sister Harriet. Includes several of Noyes' "Home-Talks" (on various theological subjects) and correspondence from other perfectionists in Putney, Vermont and Brooklyn. (A letter from H. W. Burnham in Brooklyn includes an account of seeing Henry Ward Beecher preach at an anti-slavery meeting.).