Morgan, Henry. Boston Inside Out! Sins of a Great City! A Story of Real Life. Boston: Shawmut Publishing Company, 1880. Second Edition (Nothing Suppressed). 
Brown cloth decorated in bright gilt, blind & black, 7 1/2 inches, thin streak of light blue ink or paint at bottom of spine. 480 clean pp., tight. Very good. Hardcover.
A somewhat salacious exposé of the sins of Boston, in the form of a story, with sections on Sunday Horse Racing; Yankee Courtship; the Theatre, Gambling, Fortune Telling; [the implied] molestation or rape of a Woman in a Dentist's Chair; Dining and Wining on Beacon Hill; Liberalism vs. Catholicism; Happy Home Destroyed; Suicide, &c., &c.
Rev. Henry Morgan (1825-1884), "one of the notables of Boston...For 25 years, from platform and pulpit, he has waged a war upon gambling and social evil. He was Pastor of the First Independent Methodist Church, on Shawmut-avenue. Mr. Morgan came originally from Newtown, Conn." - obituary, The New York Times, March 23, 1884.