Title: Memoirs of William Forster, in two volumes (Vol. I & II)
Author: William Forster; edited by Benjamin Seebohm
Description: Two volume set. Original brown cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine. Boards show general wear; worn at spine ends; corners pushed (one corner is exposed); spines a bit faded. Pages unopened/uncut. Some minor foxing. Antique name label on ffep's. pp. v, 400. viii, 394. Octavo. 8.5 x 5.5 inches.
The memoirs of William Forster (1784-1854), the English Quaker preacher and fervent abolitionist. Provides an extensive record of his travels, observations, ministry, and abolition work in Europe (UK including Ireland, Spain, France, Prussia, Bavaria, Switzerland, Italy, Denmark, Sweden), Lower Canada, and the United States.
Jacket Condition: None
Publisher: Alfred W. Bennett
Keywords: anti-slavery, abolition, Quaker, Britain, Europe, United States,
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