The HEALTH ALMANAC, For the Year of Our Lord, 1842.; (Second after Leap Year, and 66th of American Independence.) Devoted to The law which regulates the animal, originally designed for the spirit of man.
The HEALTH ALMANAC, For the Year of Our Lord, 1842.; (Second after Leap Year, and 66th of American Independence.) Devoted to The law which regulates the animal, originally designed for the spirit of man.

The HEALTH ALMANAC, For the Year of Our Lord, 1842.; (Second after Leap Year, and 66th of American Independence.) Devoted to The law which regulates the animal, originally designed for the spirit of man.

New York: The Health Depository, No. 126 Fulton Street, 1841. 1st printing thus (Drake 7892). 47, [1] pp. Page 18 on extoll the virtues of a vegetarian diet. Illustrated with cuts, primarily diagrams of the mouth & teeth, used to illustrate the belief that humankind not meant to be a carnivore. 12mo. 7-3/8" x 4-1/4". Printed self-wrappers, stitched. 1st leaf nearly detached. Age-toning, stains, wear & signs of use, including prior owner annotations in the almanac section. Stitch holes along spine, indicating booklet may have once been part of a sammelband volume. A Good copy of this rare survivor. Item #46682

OCLC records 8 holding institutions, none west of the Rockies.

Price: $245.00