PROSCRIPTION DELINEATED; or a Development of Facts Appertaining to the Arbitrary and Oppressive Proceedings of the North Association of Litchfield County, in Relation to the Author.

Hudson, [NY]: Published for the Author, by Stone and Corss, 1819. First edition 8vo. 20 cm. 290 pp. Original drab paper boards, paper spine with printed paper label (spine stained and cracked, chipping to ends). Untrimmed. Written in response to the author's censure by the Litchfield North Association for his involvement in various financial ventures, and the revocation of his license to preach. Proceedings of the Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of the State of New York, as well as the Grand Lodge of New York from the early 1820s, contain information about the Masonic trials that took place when it became known that the Reverend Daniel Parker (1774-1835), a Freemason, was advertising and selling a memory aid containing Masonic ritual. AMERICAN IMPRINTS 49011. OCLC: Boston Public, Wm. Clements, Western Univ., Huntington. Indiana Univ. Item #64267

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