Kollock, Henry. Sermons on various Subjects, by the late Henry Kollock, D.D. (1822 Savannah imprint); Volume IV. Savannah: S. C. and I. Schenck, 1822. 
Worn full leather, 5 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches, white ink or paint splatter on rear board, top of spine chipped, outer hinges rubbed yet not cracked, lacks both front free end papers, one of the rear ones is torn with loss. (i)-viii., (9)-564 pp., foxing, first 4 leaves with short tear at bottom hinge, rest tight. Fair. Leather bound.
Includes a 4-page list of subscribers, printed in double columns. Most of the people named lived in Savannah, with others from the surrounding area.
40 sermons on evangelical themes.
Henry Kollock (1778-1819), b. Elizabeth Town, New Jersey; d. Savannah, Georgia. He was a Princeton graduate at the age of 15, and Professor of Divinity at his alma mater from 1803 to 1806. He was granted the D.D. by both Harvard University and Union College in New York. Kolluck became pastor of the Independent Presbyterian Church in Savannah in 1806.
Dr. Kolluck was "mentioned in the first fugitive slave narrative: Life of William Grimes, a Runaway Slave. In his groundbreaking autobiography, first published in 1825, William Grimes (1784-1865) described the religious counsel he received from Reverend Kollock, the cousin of one of his masters in Savannah, Georgia, before Grimes eventually escaped to freedom in New York. At the time Grimes knew him, Kollock owned at least two slaves and hosted regular prayer meetings attended by Grimes and other enslaved men and women. Grimes’s encounters with Kollock illustrate the contradictions lived by Kollock and men like him—both clergymen and slaveholders." - princetondotedu.