Pamphlet(SLAVERY & ABOLITION.) Address of the Irish Unitarian Christian Society to their Brethren in America. Boston, 1846. Duodecimo, 7 pages, approximately 5" x 7.5". Many Unitarians were abolitionists. The Irish Unitarians had sent a message to their American brethren in 1844, urging them to oppose slavery, and received no response. Here the Irish tried again, in a message printed in Boston for general distribution, urging that "Christianity holds no fellowship with slave-holding." Rare: Only 3 copies located in OCLC. Unbound, full vertical fold, long closed tear to final leaf. Overall in good condition.