Good in Good dust jacket. Unknown printing. 235 p. ; 24 cm. "A University of Delaware Bicentennial book. " Essays originally published as the Centinel, the Anti-Centinel, and Remonstrant, in the Pennsylvania journal and weekly advertiser. Includes bibliographical references and index. Edited with an Introduction by Elizabeth I. Nybakken
Good. Text pages clean & tight with no markings or highlighting. Appears unread. DJ has scattered scratches & some shelf wear along edges. Gives the reader insight into colonial American consciousness. Very readable copy!
Very Good+, Very Good+ 8VO, 234 pgs. Hardcover: Cloth binding. with title on spine in silver. Bumped top spine edge. In this secular age Americans often dismiss what many revolutionary leaders judged to be, perhaps, the most direct cause of the American Revolution-the introduction of an Anglican Bishopric. Nice tight binding. Jacket: Minor edgewear chipping. Slight soil. Illustrated front cover. Desirable /attractive copy in protective mylar.
Near Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket. 8vo. 0874131413. A handsome first edition/first printing in Near Fine condition in a Very Good+ dust-jacket with light soiling and edgewear; The impact of the Centinel articles, written by several authors, clarified to American's the proposed introduction of an Anglican bishipric to the colonies and perhaps started the unrest that culminated in the American Revolution; 234 pages.
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