Boston: Marsh, Capen & Lyon, 1832. First edition. 8vo, removed pamphlet (no wrappers), 32 pages. Some light browning and foxing and light wear; in very good condition. Item #18481
The German phrenology pioneer died in Boston of typhoid while on tour in America; he was given an elaborate funeral, including this laudatory address from the Harvard professor Follen, published here by perhaps the leading publishers of progressive subjects such as anti-slavery and phrenology of the period. American Imprints 12432. Contemporary ink ownership signature (trimmed at the fore-edge) at the head of the title page.