THE BELIEVER'S TRIUMPH OVER DEATH, AND THE GRAVE. A SERMON OCCASION'D BY THE DECEASE OF MRS. ANNA CARY, LATE CONSORT OF MR. RICHARD CARY OF CHARLESTOWN; AND PREACHED THERE (THE SABBATH AFTER) MARCH 2, 1755. AND NOW PUBLISHED AT HIS DESIRE
1755 · Boston, N.E.
by Prentice, Thomas
Boston, N.E.: Edes & Gill, 1755. (2), 26, (2) pp. Lacking the half title. Disbound, light to moderate scattered foxing, some wear to blank inner margin. Small release rubberstamp at bottom corner of blank margin. About Good+.
With a copy of the obituary that appeared in the Boston Gazette, identifying Mrs. Cary as the "daughter of the late Richard Bradley, Esq; Attorney-General at New-York." Born in England, Bradley was appointed New York's Attorney General in 1722 and remained as such until 1751. He participated in the 1735 Zenger trial.
Evans 7545. (Inventory #: 26159)