THE WORKS OF JOHN WOOLMAN IN TWO PARTS

London: James Phillips, 1775. Second edition. Hardcover. 319 pp; plus two pages of the publisher's advertisements; fascinating account of the life and travels of John Woodman; who as a member of the Society of Friends or Quakers advocated fair treatment of blacks and true harmony of mankind. He was one of the early colonial settlers of New Jersey; having begun his travels in 1746. In full leather binding which is very noticeably scuffed, scraped, and corners are bumped; backstrap is missing; endpapers browned; binding tight, hinges intact and text block is free of any foxing. Good +. Item #71383

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