Knoxville. 1834. 299pp. Original calf-backed paper boards, spine gilt. Hinges started, boards rubbed, edges and corners worn. Toned, with moderate foxing. Good plus. Item #WRCAM53612
An early work by William Brownlow, later editor of the TENNESSEE WHIG, and then Governor and Senator for the state. During this period of his life, Brownlow was a travelling Methodist preacher. This work consists of a lengthy attack on Presbyterianism and a short autobiography, including an account of his travels through North Carolina, Tennessee, and Cherokee Nation. ALLEN 1113. AII (TENNESSEE) 527. HOWES B882, "aa."