Broaddus, Andrew. The Virginia Selection of Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs; from the most approved Authors; Adapted to the various occasions of Public Worship and Social Meetings. In three parts: Part I. - Various Subjects, systematically arranged. Part II. - Adapted to Particular Occasions. Part III. - Peculiar to the Order of Public Worship. Richmond, Va.: A. Morris, 1857. New Edition, Enlarged and Improved. 
Full sheep with a black leather title label in gilt, gilt rules to spine, binding very good with light shelf-wear, 3 1/4 x 4 1/2 inches. 1858 & 1861 owner's signatures in pencil on the ffep, 600 clean pp., a few creased page corners. An exceptionally nice copy. Very good. Full leather.
This edition not in Starr. Editions with 600 pp. began in 1852. 710 selections, words only, with indexes.
Andrew Broaddus (1770-1848), b. & d. in Carolina County, Virginia; Baptist minister and author. "His love of letters and his studiousness were such that he became one of the most thorough Biblical scholars of his times...From the very beginning Mr. Broaddus was popular as a preacher. He was ordained Oct. 16, 1791...As a preacher, Mr. Broadus was the foremost man of his generation...About 1828 he prepared the "Dover Selection," and afterwards the "Virginia Selection," several of whose hymns were of his own composition, and all of which were used very extensively by the churches." - Cathcart, The Baptist Encyclopedia (1881).
With a signed provenance card from the collection of A. Merril Smoak, Jr., DWS.