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The Anti-Slavery Alphabet.
Philadelphia. 1847. Merrihew & Thompson, printed for the Anti-Slavery Fair.
 16 p. (actually, 32 p., as printing occurs only on one side of leaves) illus. 17 cm.
'D is the Driver, cold and stern, Who follows, whip in had, to punish those whodare to rest, or disobey command'and the like.
spine stitched, covers worn, ep soiled and written upon
preliminary to the alphabet, a poem exhorting youngsters to end slavery by refusing to support products produced by slaves.
pub. blue decorated wraps printed in black.
Also available in an electronic version.