THE GENERAL ADDRESS (IN TWO PARTS) OF THE OUTINIAN LECTURER TO HIS AUDITORS. Periodically read by him as a lecture during the season in London and descriptive of the institution of the Outinian Society in the hundredth year after the death of the benevolent William Penn, and the year of the second peace of Aix-la-Chapelle, to secure the advantages of justice and benevolence, with the aid of ethical and critical lectures where no other provision can easily be made for that purpose.
Printed by W. Nicol, late Bulmer & Co. London. 1822, 1822. FIRST EDITION. 8vo. (9.3 x 6.1 inches). Illustrated title, 56pp, 7 full page engravings, each with a plain tissue guard. Aside from some light spotting to the tissue guards this is a bright and clean copy throughout. Finely bound..... More