Baltimore: J. Murphy, 1848. Hardcover. Uncommon. Includes 12 issues from 1848 with articles on causes and treatments of lunacy, superstitions of unbelief, archdiocess of Baltimore, Methodist Mission in Oregon, Society for Aged Clergymen, churches in Scotland, French Revolution, expulsion of the Jesuits from Naples, Distress in Ireland, Persecution of the Church in Switzerland, poetry, music, obituaries, and much more. A notice in the front of the book from the publisher states that this is to be the last volume issued of this magazine as the publisher has been publishing it for "quite some time" at a loss. In three quarter leather over marbled paper covered boards with gilt title to spine. Large chip to foot of spine. Both hinges are split but boards remain attached. Leather is and boards are heavily worn. Occasional foxing throughout and occasional spots of soiling. Clean overall. Lacks front free endpaper. Includes several illustrations. 664 pages. REL/061820. Very Good.
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Baltimore: J. Murphy, 1846. Hardcover. Uncommon. Includes 12 issues from 1846 with articles on Native Americans, Lord Baltimore and the Maryland Charter, "Oriental Churches", Brazil, Maryland history, Festivals among the Jews, John P. Kennedy, as well as poetry, music, literature reviews, and foreign and domestic intelligence. Ex-library from St. Joseph's Seminary with gilt stamp to spine, sticker to spine. and library markings to endpapers. In a modern binding of black buckram over black leatherette covered boards with gilt title to spine. Occasional foxing throughout, which is heaviest on engravings and tissue guards. Occasional pencil markings, a few pen markings, and occasional soiling, but clean overall. Fold-out illustration of the sixth provincial council is torn and lacks the bottom portion. The other four full page engravings: Mt. St. Mary's College (MD) and St. Joseph's Sisterhood and Academy (MD), Pius 9th, and Gregorio XVI, are both present; although, both are foxed. 692 pages; however, pages 389 - 409 are missing; however nothing is called for on these pages within the contents and most issues end with a literary review section, which this issue ends with - so perhaps these pages never existed. REL/061820. Very Good.