A Sermon Preached Before His Honor Thomas Cushing, Esq; Lieutenant-Governor, The Honourable The Council, and the Two Branches of the General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts May 28, 1783. Being the General Anniversary of the General Election. Henry Cumings.

A Sermon Preached Before His Honor Thomas Cushing, Esq; Lieutenant-Governor, The Honourable The Council, and the Two Branches of the General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts May 28, 1783. Being the General Anniversary of the General Election

Boston: Printed by T. & J. Fleet, 1783.

First Edition. Wraps. Disbound stitched wraps. Approx. 7.5" x 4.75". 55 pages, [1] blank. Outer half title page not present. Title page starts on page 3. Pages 3-6 are loose. Light toning to contents. This sermon was preached after the end of the Revolutionary War with British troops still waiting to return home. Cumings argues that Americans who joined the British side should forfeit citizenship and property. A significant review of early American society at the close of the War. Scarce. 8 copies of this work located in OCLC.

Evans 17899; Sabin 17896. Good. Item #15696

Price: $350.00

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