Philadelphia: Published by R. H. Small; Jesper Harding, Printer, 1829. First edition. Large 8vo (8.88 x 5.5 inches), original ribbon embossed blue-green cloth spine, drab boards, printed paper label, 350 pages. Spine somewhat darkened and rubbed, with about half the label perished; boards somewhat stained, somewhat foxed; a good, sound copy. Item #19444
“There has seldom been an opinion propagated by superstition, or maintained by prejudice, more pernicious to man, than the notion of a self-existing being, denominated the devil, satan, &c.” An extensive and idiosyncratic work of theology from a Chester County convinced Quaker who died in 1800 at age 44. American Imprints 39160.