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Boston: Rand, Avery, and Frye, 1870. First edition. Original printed wrappers, 35 pp. Johnson was a radical unwilling to bind his name to any sect, even the most liberal Unitarian. He lent his pulpit to Garrison, Parker, and Phillips when few others would. His activities after resigning this pulpit were literary, contributing to "The Radical" and writing a memoir of Theodore Parker. Old verical crease, spine a little worn. A Very Good copy.
Title: A Ministry in Free Religion. A Discourse Delivered on the Occasion of Resigning this Relation to the Free Church at Lynn, on Sunday, June 26, 1870.
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