Liverpool: F.D. Richards, 1851. First printing. Paperback. 24pp. Thin octavo [21 cm] Pamphlet glued between amateur plain brown wraps, with a simple paper title label mounted to the front wrap. Fair condition only. The wraps are mildly sun faded, and the edges are slightly chipped and creased. There is a numerical paper label across the fold of the spine, and there is a small pen mark on the front wrap. The majority of the pages are completely detached, but present. P. 21 has been torn in half and half of the page is missing. The last page is adhered to the rear wrap along the inside margin. The pages are browned, and occasionally lightly stained. As is. Item #29381
After the printing of the Danish Book of Mormon, Snow departed to Liverpool. He would stay in Liverpool for two months. Before moving on to London, he compiled this short work. The contents contain excerpts of six letters, a short observation on Sweden, a short observation of Denmark and a non-Mormon poem titled "Wife, Children, and Friends". Scarce. Crawley #600. Flake #8160.