An Address Delivered Before the Enosinian Society of the Columbian College, D.C., July 4, 1837

By: Edgar Snowden

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This pamphlet was broken out of a bound book of pamphlets. May have some glue residue at spine, staining or cockling. Ink writing on title page; ink blots on back of pamphlet bleed through to last text pages. Minimal pencil markings within text. The Enosinian Society was the first student organization formed at Columbian College, now George Washington University. This Independence Day address by Edgar Snowden, editor of the Alexandria Gazette, discusses "some of those causes which now seem most likely to preserve the precious inheritance [liberty] which has been bequeathed to us", focusing on the topics of Law, Rights, and Education. Full refund if not satisfied.

Title: An Address Delivered Before the Enosinian Society of the Columbian College, D.C., July 4, 1837

Author Name: Edgar Snowden

Categories: Newberry Pamphlet,

Publisher: Washington, Peter Force: 1837

Binding: Pamphlet

Book Condition: Good

Type: Pamphlet

Seller ID: 014926