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8 pages plus covers. Sold at the Depository, 56 Pater Noster Row, and 65 St. Paul's Churchyard, and by the booksellers. Marked as No. 79 on front cover. Inspirational moral tale of a father who after seeing his son abuse a black man hires the man to dig potatoes and offers him the opportunity to flog his son - an invitation the man declines, much to the surprise and instruction of the son. A scarce, early piece in support of humanitarian racial consciousness. No stated date (c. 1830) and no printer listed. Sewn wraps, with fading to front and fraying to rear; interior is clean with very light soiling only.