A Sketch of the Life and Character of the Rev. David Caldwell, D.D., Near Sixty Years Pastor of the Churches of Buffalo and Alamance; Including Two of His Sermons; Some Account of the Regulation, Together with the Revolutionary Transactions and Incidents in which He Was Concerned; and a Very Brief Notice of the Ecclesiastical and Moral Condition of North-Carolina while in Its Colonial State

Greensborough, NC: Printed by Swaim and Sherwood, 1842. First edition. 8vo. 302, (2) pp. Index/errata leaf. Howes C-211. Sabin 11169: "Contains interesting Revolutionary reminiscences respecting North Carolina." Thornton 1915. Weeks, p. 11: "Contains much rare and valuable material for the social life of the colony." Contemporary red straight-grain morocco (corners and edges bumped), gilt, ornamental gilt border framing both boards, spine gilt with rules and ornamentation, gilt spine title, marbled endpapers, all edges yellow. Rebacked, with the original spine laid down, repair top one spine panel. Still a very good copy of a scarce book in a nice contemporary American binding. (3117). Item #56702

Price: $250.00

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