New-Haven: Published and Sold by A. H. Maltby; Boston: Pierce and Parker, 1833. Evident first edition. Original printed yellow wrappers, stitched, 9.5 x 5.75 inches, 24 pages, untrimmed. Wrappers quite foxed; some scattered internal foxing and a little light soiling and wear; a good copy. Item #19436
From the Congregationalist clergyman and polemicist, gradual emancipationist and advocate of colonization (see the ANB), an attack on Garrison; per the LCP catalog description, "Articles reviewed are William Lloyd Garrison’s Thoughts on African colonization; James Cropper’s Letter to Thomas Clarkson; and Abolition of Negro slavery published in American quarterly review, September, 1832." The edition statement would seem to have been more accurately rendered with a comma, "second, separate edition," as there appears to be no other edition besides this supposed second separate edition published besides the periodical appearance in the Christian Spectator. Lib. Company. Afro-Americana, 759; Dumond, page 23; Sabin 2671 & 70214; American Imprints 17489.