New York: American Tract Society, 1830. 1st Printing. Broadside, primarily 6 column, ~ 135 lines per column, plus 15 lines of subject headers. 16" x 10". Now housed in an archival mylar sleeve. Some modest edgewear, and age-toning. Fold-lines, with some splitting along same. A Good copy. Item #46387
The list notes 238 "Duodecimo Tracts in English"; 10 "Occasional Tracts"; 33 French, 22 Spanish, 30 Italian, 38 German & 12 Welsch "Tracts and Handbills in Foreign Languages"; as well as 131 "Children's Tracts, Broadsheets, and Handbills." 2 columns of "Bound Volumes and Other Occasional Publications" concludes the list. Pricing information provided for each category [e.g., "In the above lists, [each cover being counted as 4 pages] is one cent for 15 pages."].
A very rare ATS survivor from ~ 190 years ago, just five years after the Society's founding, which documents the robust publishing endeavors of this evangelical organization. No copies found on OCLC, nor in American Imprints.