A wedding ring, fit for the finger, or, The salve of divinity on the sore of humanity: with directions to those men that want wives, how to choose them, and to those women that have husbands, how to use them: laid open in a sermon at a wedding in Edmonton. William Pecker, i e. Secker.
A wedding ring, fit for the finger, or, The salve of divinity on the sore of humanity: with directions to those men that want wives, how to choose them, and to those women that have husbands, how to use them: laid open in a sermon at a wedding in Edmonton
A wedding ring, fit for the finger, or, The salve of divinity on the sore of humanity: with directions to those men that want wives, how to choose them, and to those women that have husbands, how to use them: laid open in a sermon at a wedding in Edmonton
A wedding ring, fit for the finger, or, The salve of divinity on the sore of humanity: with directions to those men that want wives, how to choose them, and to those women that have husbands, how to use them: laid open in a sermon at a wedding in Edmonton
A wedding ring, fit for the finger, or, The salve of divinity on the sore of humanity: with directions to those men that want wives, how to choose them, and to those women that have husbands, how to use them: laid open in a sermon at a wedding in Edmonton
A wedding ring, fit for the finger, or, The salve of divinity on the sore of humanity: with directions to those men that want wives, how to choose them, and to those women that have husbands, how to use them: laid open in a sermon at a wedding in Edmonton

A wedding ring, fit for the finger, or, The salve of divinity on the sore of humanity: with directions to those men that want wives, how to choose them, and to those women that have husbands, how to use them: laid open in a sermon at a wedding in Edmonton

Worcester (Mass.): Printed by Daniel Greenleaf, 1802. 64mo (97 x 60 mm). 75 pp. (p. 69 cropped along fore-edge with loss), blank page [76] pasted onto back wrapper. Contemporary sprinkled wrappers (worn and partially defective). Loosely inserted into contemporary red morocco wallet, lined with fabric (partially defective). With faults, and priced accordingly. Item #3291

Contains some very useful advice such as: "If the woman be a help to the man, then let not the man cast dirt on the woman."

Our copy has been preserved (evidently for some time) in a small wallet. In it are enclosed five pieces of Pittsburg / Philadelphia ephemera (three cartes-de-visite, one business card, and one newspaper cutting), which add to its historical interest.

Price: $100.00

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