New-Brunswick, N.J.:: Rutgers Press, Terhune & Letson, Printers,, 1830. First edition.. Somewhat foxed; final gathering quite browned; a very good copy.. 8vo, removed, 34,  pages. The lawyer, orator and soon-to-be presidential candidate addresses two Rutgers societies on the proper course and ends of education. Sabin 104869; American Imprints 5513. (Inventory #: 10105)
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