Battle Creek, MI: National Religious Liberty Association, 1892-1893.
Sammelband in recent green buckram binding, titled on the spine "Religious Liberty Library Volume 1." Unused card pocket on rear pastedown, law library bookplate on front pastedown, otherwise quite clean. Alonzo T. Jones (1890-1923) was a prominent Adventist preacher and editor who became a vocal advocate for religious liberty after speaking in Congress in opposition to a bill that would have established Sunday as an official day of rest. This collection of pamphlets--of which he is the author of four--includes "Due Process of Law" and the Divine Right of Dissent; Religious Intolerance in the Republic: Christians Persecuting Christians in Tennessee; Church and State (by Ringgold); The National Sunday Law: Argument of Alonzo T. Jones before the United States Senate Committee on Education and Labor at Washington, D.C., Dec. 13, 1888; Sunday Laws in the United States (by Ringgold); and The Captivity of the Republic: A Report of Hearing by House Committee on Columbian Exposition, January 10-13, 1893, and the Present Status and Effect of the Legislation on Sunday Closing of the World's Fair.