Friends' Miscellany: Being a Collection of Essays and Fragments, Biographical, Religious, Epistolary, Narrative and Historical, Designed for the Promotion of Piety and Virtue. John Comly, Isaac Comly.

Friends' Miscellany: Being a Collection of Essays and Fragments, Biographical, Religious, Epistolary, Narrative and Historical, Designed for the Promotion of Piety and Virtue.

Philadelphia: Printed for the Editors by John Richards, 1833-1834. 8 nos, 8vo, original printed wrappers, untrimmed. Some spotting, foxing and soiling; a very good set in original condition. Item #9957

A complete run of volume five, from twelfth month through seventh month, with the title and contents in the final number. With much in the way of biographical information on American Friends, including a number of women (Mary Griffin, Elizabeth Ashridge, Elizabeth Twining), as well as some historical material (including a letter from William Penn to Margaret Fox) and verse.

Price: $75.00

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