Concord, N. H. Fisk & Chase, Printers, 1832.
Fourth Edition. Hardcover. 12mo. , 264 pages, . Boards with leather spine. Originally the boards were covered with marbled paper but only a thin section of the original remains on the front cover. No title label on the spine. Light damp-stains to the early pages of the text. The right front flyleaf has a large tear. A previous owner's very light name in pencil and a date of 1832 written on the right front flyleaf. On the rear fly sheet is the inscription - "Sarah Parker Portsmouth N. H." The rest of the lengthy title summarizes the contents: Educated at Yale College in Connecticut, Ordained in Trinity Church in the City of New-York, Persecuted in the State of Connecticut, On Account of Religion and Politics, For Almost Twenty Years; and Finally Falsely Accused and Imprisoned in Norwich Jail, for two years, on the charge of crimes said to have been committed in the town of Griswold, in the county of New-London, when he was not within one hundred miles of the place, and of which, he was absolutely as innocent as the judge who pronounced the sentence, or any other person in the world. Also - A Concise View of the Authority, Doctrine, and Worship, in the Protestant Episcopal Church, and a Very Valuable Index to the Holy Bible. Fair. Item #23601