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Title: The Comparative Importance of Foreign and Domestic Missions; Including Statistics of Education, Philanthropy, Crime, &C. In Albany: A Discourse, Preached, January 7, 1846. By Henry F. Harrington, Minister of the First Unitarian Society in Albany. Published by Request
Description: Albany: Printed by C. Van Benthuysen and Co. 1846. 1846. Albany: Printed by C. Van Benthuysen and Co. 1846. 1846. Good. - Octavo, printed self-wraps, unbound, removed. 30 pages. The first signature is detached. There is occasional foxing with a small, light stain to the top edges of the title & the following 3 leaves. The rear blank is lightly soiled & its edges are slightly darkened. There is a light vertical crease to each leaf where the pamphlet has been folded. Good.

First edition.

Harrington argues that work in the domestic field is at least as important and urgent for the Church as foreign missions. Good .

Keywords: RELIGION; MISSIONS; THE COMPARATIVE IMPORTANCE OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MISSIONS; HENRY F. HARRINGTON; MINISTER; FIRST UNITARIAN SOCIETY, ALBANY; EDUCATION; PHILANTHROPY; CRIME; STATISTICS; DISCOURSE; SERMON; NINETEENTH CENTURY; 19TH CENTURY; FIRST EDITION

Price: US$ 25.00 Seller: Blue Mountain Books & Manuscripts, Ltd.
- Book number: 17116

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