Graham, Mary Jane. Truth and Grace; or, The Works of Mary Jane Graham: With a Memoir. Philadelphia: Alexander Kirkpatrick, 1868.
Green cloth, 4 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches, lacks the first free end paper, former owner's name & name stamp on second (Sprinkle), frontispiece portrait of Graham, 251 clean pp. Good. Hardcover.  $45.00
48 p. Memoir followed by The Test of Truth and The Freeness of Grace.
Mary Jane Graham (1803-1830), “a native of London, removed a few years before her death to Stoke-Fleming, where she died. She translated the Vicar of Wakefield into French, Latin, and Spanish, and commenced an Italian version. None of these translations were published. She was also acquainted with the Greek, and skilled in mathematics; upon this science she left an original manuscript. Some of her addresses and questions written for the children of her parish, and other remains, have been published. She is best known by The Test of Truth.” – Allibone.
A memoir of her life was published by Rev. Charles Bridges.