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London: International Headquarters of the Salvation Army, 1890. Hardcover. Good. viii pp1-286, i-xxxii  General Booth's hugely influential Salvation Army tract. Includes the famous fold-out chromo-lithograph frontispiece which memorably depicts the horrors of Crime, Drink, Shame, Destitution, Despair and Death. A GOOD copy of this blue-black, cloth-bound edition. One corner of the upper cover is rubbed, string marks to lower; amateur tape repairs to hinges. The text is nice and clean. Good 1890
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- In Darkest England and the Way Out
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