Dover: Printed at teh Dover Gazette Job Office, 1850. 1st printing. SIGNED 4x by Fenner. 11, [1 (blank)] pp. Of particular note are pages 8 & 9, which list 48 ladies of the Association. 7-13/16" x 4-3/4". Original publisher's printed buff paper wrappers, stitched. Now housed in an archival mylar sleeve. Age-toning, with some soiling to wrappers. Small stain in fored-edge of text-block. Withal, a VG copy of this rare survivor. Item #49426
Fenner was a Dover physician who served as Surgeon of the 2nd New Hampshire Regiment in the Mexican War. He was also a founder of the Anti-Slavery Society in 1835, and was involved in other social causes as well as educational efforts.
Scarce catalogue from this New Hampshire institution, OCLC shows no institutional holdings, with a sole holding of the 1851/52 catalogue [U of NH].