Quite a rare sermon which seems to be something of an early iteration of "dual covenant" theology. Uncut, and a rather tidy example of the pro-Israel literature of the time that was bubbling up just in advance of the premillennial eschatological rise among Edward Irving, the Albury Prophets, J. N. Darby, etc.
Beede, Thomas. The Allegory of the Olive Tree, Or, the Abrahamic Covenant not Disannulled. A Discourse. Amherst. Printed by R. Boylston. 1817. 28pp.
Original side-stitched binding, unevenly trimmed as original, uncut. Small stain on lower edge.