An address delivered at Bloody Brook, in South Deerfield, September 30, 1835, in commemoration of the fall of the "Flower of Essex," at that spot, in King Philip's War, September 18, (o.s.) 1675. Edward Everett.

An address delivered at Bloody Brook, in South Deerfield, September 30, 1835, in commemoration of the fall of the "Flower of Essex," at that spot, in King Philip's War, September 18, (o.s.) 1675

Boston: Russell, Shattuck, & Williams, 1835. 8vo, pp. 44; removed from binding; title page spotted; all else very good. Includes hymns by Lydia Sigourney, William Bourn Oliver Peabody, and Samuel Willard. American Imprints 31559; BAL 17682b; Sabin 23245. Item #59245

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