Worcester: Published by Henry J. Howland, 1846. First edition. Original printed wrappers, 4.38 x 2.88 inches, 96 pages. Frontis. Wrappers and leaves somewhat foxed throughout; some general wear and soiling; a very good copy. Item #19036
“He is a most devoted Peace-man, and would not be willing to shed the blood even of a woodchuck without necessity.” A collection of characteristic reform writings from the pacifist autodidact and lyceum lecturer known as “the learned blacksmith,” published just prior to his departure for England to agitate and organize for international peace.