Raynors HCA 2017-02
This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 2/23/2017
The Christian Examiner was founded as the Christian Disciple in Boston in 1813, changing to the name by which it became well-known in 1824. Like the Disciple, the Examiner promoted "spiritual and moral improvement", focused mainly on religious topics, and included some book reivews, religious news, and poetry. In 1857 Frederick H. Hedge and Edward Eeverett Hale took charge. Group of SEVEN monthly issues of the Christian Examiner to include; January 1848, 160pp., disbound, VG. This issue includes a 30 page editorial entitled “TREATMENT of SLAVERY at the NORTH,” covers a wide range of slavery topics primarily attempting to persuade the Southern states. ... , plus, Christian Examiner, January 1855, disbound, 160pp., VG. This issue includes an editorial “KANZAS and NEBRASKA” 10pp., with an anti slavery slant on the comprimise. ... plus, Christian Examiner, September 1856, disbound, 164pp., includes an editorial “PEACEFUL TREATMENT OF SLAVERY,” 12pp. ...plus, Christian Examiner, May 1856, disbound, 160pp., includes an article “A Journey in the Seaboard Slave States ...” 2pp., VG. ...plus, Christian Examiner, July 1857, disbound, 160pp. Includes a 28 page report “THE DECISION OF THE SUPREME COURT IN THE DRED SCOTT CASE.” Unfortunately there is a 3” hole in one of the sheets. ... plus, Christian Examiner, September 1857, disbound, 148pp., includes an article “Bishop Hopkins on Slavery” 16pp, VG. ... plus, Christian Examiner, November 1856, disbound, 164pp., includes an article “PRESIDENT LORD’S DEFENCE OF SLAVERY” 25 pages, VG.
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