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Seller ID: king,thomasstarr.50boston::benjaminh.green,1852.
Boston: :Benjamin H. Green, 1852. First edition. Original printed wrappers, 40 pp. Daniel Webster had died October 24, this sermon was preached a week later at the Hollis Street Meeting House. King later took a pulpit in San Francisco and is credited with being largely responsible for California remaining on the Union side in the civil war. Despite New Englanders' ambivalence toward Webster after the Fugitive Slave Law, this sermon falls under the category Eulogy: uncritical. A Very Good copy. View more info