Comprising, also, chronological lists of its officers, members and beneficiaries, with the anniversary addresses of Hon. T.U.P. Charlton, Col. Howell Cobb, Hon. Robert M. Charlton, Rev. Willard Preston and Col. Robert H. Griffin. Also, a historical sketch of Bethesda. Savannah: John Cooper, 1860.
First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo. , 29 pages; , 206 pages; 10 pages; 22 pages; 24 pages titled "Bethesda, Its Founders, &c. A Historical Sketch" by J. F. Cann; 11 pages titled "Anniversary Address April 23, 1823, by the Hon. Thomas U. P. Charlton"; pages 12-13 blank; pages 14-21 titled "An Address Delivered Before The Union Society, April 23, 1834, by Col. Howell Cobb"; pages 22-28 titled "An Oration Delivered Before The Union Society, April 23, 1835 by Hon. Robert M. Charlton";  pages headings "Corrections, &c, "An Act"; "Union Society Institution for Indigent Orphan Boys"; "Resolution of the Board of Managers." . Publishers pebble brown cloth ruled in blind on covers. Gilt stamped title on spine. Front board is detached. Light toning and occasional foxing to the text. Title on the spine is scuffed.
De Renne II 615; Parrish & Willingham 7930. Fair. Item #17471
A Confederate imprint. Originally scheduled to be published 1860, the last two paragraphs of the last page states: "From various uncontrollable circumstances, and to supply some omissions, and correct inaccuracies that might exist, the publication of the volume of Records, of which a few copies were hastily done up for the last anniversary of the Society, has been delayed until a very recent period." The following paragraph makes an explanation of the additions and changes to the book. At the very bottom of the page is a date of April 1861 and the initials "J. M. C." By 1861, Georgia was already one of the Confederate States.