SIXTY (60) ISSUES OF "FRIENDS' INTELLIGENCER" ISSUED IN 1859: Vol. XV, Nos. 42-52 and Vol. XVI, Nos. 1-23 + 26-27. Edited by an Association of Friends.

Philadelphia: Wm. W. Moore, 1859. First Editions. Softcover. Slightly broken run of 60 issues, each numbering 16 pages, printed on rag paper, drop-title. In addition to some history of the Society and memorials to Quakers who passed, these issues present a variety of topics: Woman's Thoughts about Women; The Rescued Africans of the Echo; The Landing of Slaves in Georgia; American Vessels in the Slave Trade; The Aborigines of Our Country; The Slave Cargo of the Wanderer; Japanese Manners and Customs; Consul Harris in Japan, Full Report; Biographical Memoirs of Peter Yarnall; Farmers' Homes; Savannah Slave Auctions; The African Slave Trade; African Free-Labor Cotton; Mourning Customs; The Physical Training of Girls; The Military System; Tea Culture in the United States; Agricultural Societies and Colleges; Carpets and Carpet-making; Death of the Slave-hunting King; The Negro Crew on Our Brig; Liberia; Results of Emancipation in Santa Cruz; On the Use of Slave Produce; Women and Work, Women Want Professions; Slavery in Cuba; Speech of Charles H. Langston, a colored man, teacher in Columbus, Ohio, on trial at Cleveland for violation of the Fugitive Slave Law; Female Industry; Lectures by a Lady Doctor; &c.; &c. Occasional, light edge wear, although the rag paper has held up well. 11" x 7.25" Good. Item #040646

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