An address delivered before the Salem Charitable Mechanic Association, on their fourth anniversary, July 4, 1821: in the North Meeting House
Joseph E. Sprague, Salem Charitable Mechanic Association, Salem Charitable Mechanic Association (Salem, Mass.)
Published by W. Palfray, Jr., 1821 - Fourth of July orations - 21 pages
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