THE PRINCIPLES OF PEACE EXEMPLIFIED IN THE CONDUCT OF THE SOCIETY OF FRIENDS IN IRELAND, During the Rebellion of the Year 1798, With Some Preliminary and Concluding Observations. By Thomas Hancock, M. D. Stereotype Edition.

Boston: Printed by Whipple & Damrell, for the American Peace Society, 1843.

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First American edition thus, 1843 "Stereotype Edition" 108pp. 12mo. BENJAMIN TRUEBLOOD'S COPY, INDIANA PEACE SOCIETY ACTIVIST. [Benjamin F. Trueblood, born of Quaker parents, in Indiana, in 1847, was an educator and activist, and became the most famous leader of the American Peace Society. He was also a member of the General Committee of the Thirteenth Universal Peace Congress and a lifelong member of the Society of Friends (serving as minister)]. Spine is dull and lightly spotted, extremities of covers lightly discolored, endpapers and title page moderately foxed, else a very good, bright copy, with the text fresh and clean.

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