Stone Collection: Volume 66 - Item 18
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18. Charles Fitch, An Address, Delivered on the Fourth of July, 1836, at Pine Street Church, Boston, in the Morning, and at Salem, in the Afternoon: By Request of the Friends to the Immediate Abolition of Slavery (Boston: Isaac Knapp, 1836). (28 p.)
Abolitionist sermon using as its text the first sentence of the Declaration of Independence (“We hold it to be self-evident, . . .”) The program for the event appears on the last page and includes the words to three hymns.