AN ORATION PRONOUNCED AT BRIDGEWATER October 4, 1798 at the Request of the THE COLUMBIAN SOCIETY

By: Whitman, Kilborn

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39, (1) pages; 39pp, Half title [foxed]. Chipping & ownership names on front wrapper, otherwise Very Good. "An early analysis of the national character of Americans. ... The American experiment in representative democracy is unique: unoriginated in conquest, and free from all feudal tenures and embarrassments. Liberty in its most rational latitude is enjoyed. The American Character has been formed by the Revolution and the adoption of the Constitution." [see D. Lesser] Sabin 103743. OCLC: 62841114 Owner's names include "Mr. Ezekiel Whitman, Bridgeport" ; "Mordecai George, New Gloucester October 1799." ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings.

Title: AN ORATION PRONOUNCED AT BRIDGEWATER October 4, 1798 at the Request of the THE COLUMBIAN SOCIETY

Author Name: Whitman, Kilborn

Categories: 18th Century, Antiquarian Books, Military History, Americana and American History, 18th Century,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Boston, Samuel Etherbridge: 1798

Binding: Pamphlet

Book Condition: Very Good-

Size: 8vo

Seller ID: 41610

Keywords: American Character Liberty Principles of Freedom U.S. Constitution American Democracy