Randall, Geo. M. Why I Am A Churchman: The Pitts Street Chapel Lecture, in answer to the Question, "Why I Am A Churchman.". Boston: For the Author, 1858. First Edition. 
Brown cloth stamped in blind & gilt, 4 3/4 x 7 inches, page edges dyed red, 108 pp., tight, foxing. Light blotch to front cover. Good. Hardcover.
A defense of the faith and practice of the Protestant Episcopal Church, delivered as one of six speakers invited to present the distinctions of their denomination in a series of lectures given at the Pitts Street Chapel in Boston.
Rev. George Maxwell Randall, D.D. (1810-1873), b. Warren, RI; d. Denver, CO. He was a graduate of Brown University and of the General Theological Seminary in Manhattan, NY, priest of the Protestant Episcopal Church. In 1865 he was consecrated Bishop of the Missionary District of Colorado and Parts Adjacent, which included the territories of Colorado, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming. He helped establish the Colorado University Schools, the Jarvis Hall secondary school, and the Matthews Hall School of Theology.