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Boston: Congregational Sunday-School and Publishing Society, 1891. Photo Illus. xv, 507pp. 8vo, contemporary 3/4 brown morocco, morocco rubbed. Boston: Congregational Sunday-School and Publishing Society, (1891). First Edition. Very good Truman Post was born in Vermont and graduated from Middlebury College. In 1833, he moved to Jacksonville, Illinois and became a professor of Classics at Illinois College. In 1847, Post moved to St. Louis and became pastor of the Third Presbyterian Church, which he headed until 1882. In 1851, his church voted to become Congregational.
London: Adam and Charles Black, 1927. 24 plates by W. G. Blackall. 4to, decorated blue cloth, bottom of spine and edges of corners lightly worn, corners of cloth bumped, many pages lightly creased in upper right corner margins, a few pencil marks in the margins of the list of illustrations. London: A & C. Black, 1927.
Paris: Octave doin, 1906. Clinique Therapeutique de la Faculte de Medecine. Hopital Beaujoh. Extrait du Bulletin General de Therapeutique, No. 9, du 8 Mars, 1906. 32pp., 26pp. blank. Bound with original title wrapper. 8vo, burgundy cloth, with impressed library stamp. Paris: Octave Doin, 1906. Very good (+).
Dublin: Potts, 1779. Translated from the French by Eloisa. 4 volumes. Frontispieces in volumes 1 & 4. Pages are age toned, water stain on one frontispiece, 12mo, contemporary calf with red & black leather labels and gilt stamped spines (rubbed). Dublin: J. Potts, 1779. Small ownership stamp at the bottom of each title page and inside front cover.
Lancaster: Franklin & Marshall, 1945. Printed, with an Introduction and Notes, from a newly discovered Manuscript, now in the Fackenthal Library at Franklin and Marshall College. Frontispiece portrait + 2 facsimile leaves. 37 pages, 8vo, black cloth-backed boards. Lancaster, Pa., 1945. Very good (+). One of 400 numbered copies, published by Franklin and Marshall College, of Rush's letter concerning the founding of that institution.