The Life and Writings of the Apostle Peter; Written for the American Sunday-School Union, and Revised by the Committee of Publication. Philadelphia: American Sunday-School Union, 1836.
Full green-dyed sheep with gilt spine titles, gilt rules to covers and spine, 3 3/4 x 6 inches, binding with edge-wear yet strong and tight. Orange waxed end papers, steel-engraved frontispiece by A. W. Graham of "The Lake of Gennesaret," yellow tissue guard present, nearly detached. 232 generally clean pp. with several additional illustrations, infrequent foxing. There is a separate half-title for the writings, "Letters of the Apostle Peter, written about A. D. 64 and 65." The blank leaf before the frontispiece is torn, lacking the bottom half. Good. 
"In this volume the attempt is made to take such facts, in the life of one of the most eminent of the apostles, as are furnished by inspiration, (and, of course, are of unquestionable authority,) and weave them into a connected narrative; exhibiting the peculiar features of the individual's character, and illustrating them by the principle incidents in his life....The author has not aimed to prepare a book for children....His purpose, therefore, has been to make the history of Peter interesting and instructive to all sufficiently advanced in years and intelligence to read it profitably, in its original form, as part of the sacred record." - Preface.
The address given for the ASSU is 146 Chestnut St. They were at this address from 1827 to 1853.