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  • A commentary on the book of Job with a translation by COX, Samuel
    COX, Samuel
    A commentary on the book of Job with a translation

    London: C. Kegan Paul & Co, 1880. Scarce First edition. Original black buckram with gilt titles to spine. Clean condition, but a little rubbed. Black end papers, front and rear hinges have been reinforced by archival tape. Internally clean and tidy throughout. A few foxing spots only, mainly confined to the first few pages. Xi, 552 pp. Plus advertisements for C. Kegan Paul & Co. at rear. 230 x 150 mm (9 x 6 inches). Samuel Cox was a baptist minister and British theological writer born in 1826. He was editor of the monthly publication 'Expositor'.

    Book ID: 2764
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  • A Confutation of Quakerism; by BENNET, Thomas
    BENNET, Thomas
    A Confutation of Quakerism; Or a Plain Proof of the Falshood of what the Principal Quaker Writers (especially Mr. R. Barclay in his Apology and Other Works) do Teach. concerning the necessity of immediate revelation in order to a saving Christian faith; the Being, Nature and Operation of the Pretended Universal Light within; its Striving with Men, moving them to Prayer, and calling them to the Ministry; Regeneration, Sanctification, Justification, Salvation and Union with God; the Nature of a Church; the Rule of Faith; Water-Baptism; and the Lord's-Supper. Diverse Questions also concerning Perfection, Christ's Satisfaction, the Judge of Controversies, &c. are briefly stated and resolved.

    Edition: Reprint

    Cambridge: Printed at the University Press for Edmund Jeffery: 1709. Bound in a period full panelled calf, five raised bands to spine. Complete. Bennet, Thomas (1673–1728), Church of England clergyman and religious controversialist. He had prominent Whig principles, and these led to his early preferment under George. He wrote confutations, attacking Popery as well as Quakerism, and other dissenting groups. He also wrote attacking Non-Jurors. His later work and particularly his "Hebrew Grammar" did much to enhance his reputation. (See ODNB). collation: [viii +] 318 [+ 4+ 3] pp. ; page 127 is misnumbered as 129; final three pages are a catalogue of books printed for Edmund Jeffrey.

    Condition: The binding is holding firmly and is in good condition, with just some light wear to surface / extremities from handling, upper hinge cracked, corners bumped and worn. The leather work has polished up nicely though. The contents are holding firmly and are generally in good condition though toned, with some light scattered foxing, creasing or dust marking. Modern bookplate. Period plain end papers, browned. Armorial bookplate of W. Wynne

    Book ID: 1181
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  • A Defence of a Letter Concerning the Education of Dissenters in their Private Academies: by WESLEY, Samuel
    WESLEY, Samuel
    A Defence of a Letter Concerning the Education of Dissenters in their Private Academies: With a More Full and Satisfactory Account of the Same, and of Their Morals and Behaviour Towards the Church of England: Being an Answer to the Defence of Dissenters.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Robert Clavel and James Knaplock: 1704. Later Vellum with titles stamped to spine. ESTC T75521. 64pp

    Condition: Overall a decent copy. The vellum is clean and tidy, with a little foxing / marking only. A large, uncut copy. Lower corner of leaf D4 torn away, with loss of a few words from 6 lines of text. Paper flaw to leaves H-H2, with loss of a single word to recto and verso of each.

    Book ID: 1219
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  • A Gentleman in Prison. by ISHII, Tokichi
    ISHII, Tokichi
    A Gentleman in Prison. The Story of Tokichi Ishii. Written in Tokyo Prison. Translated by Caroline Macdonald

    New York: George H. Doran Company, 1922. First Edition. Hardback. Blue cloth, with paper labels to front board and spine. No dust jacket. Six b/w photographs. 164 pages. 200 x 130 mm (7¾ x 5 inches). An autobiographical study with excellent insight in to Japanese prison conditions of the time. Caroline Macdonald carried out missionary work in Tokyo prisons, and this is the true story of the convicted murderer Tokichi Ishii who spent 27 years incarcerated for his crime. Mrs Macdonald befriended Ishii and enjoyed many discussions about Christianity and Buddhism with him prior to his death.

    Condition: Light bumping to boards. Previous owner's signature to FFEP, otherwise very clean.

    Book ID: 2834
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  • A History of the Church of England in India Since the Early Days of the East India Company. by CHATTERTON, Eyre. (Bishop of Nagpur).
    CHATTERTON, Eyre. (Bishop of Nagpur).
    A History of the Church of England in India Since the Early Days of the East India Company.

    London: Society for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge (SPCK), 1924. Original blue cloth with gilt titles. Frontis photograph of the first Indian Bishop. Thirteen illustrations.

    Condition: Very nice condition. The blue cloth is clean and tidy with just a little handling to the head and tail of the spine. Inside, there are two gift inscriptions to the front end paper. A little light foxing to the pages.

    Book ID: 1536
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  • The Funeral Oration for Charles II
    A loyal tear dropt on the vault of the high and mighty Prince Charles II. Of glorious and happy memory... by ANDERSON, Henry
    ANDERSON, Henry
    A loyal tear dropt on the vault of the high and mighty Prince Charles II. Of glorious and happy memory...

    London: Luke Meredith at The King's Head, 1685. Full title reads: "A loyal tear dropt on the vault of the high and mighty Prince Charles II. Of glorious and happy memory. By Henry Anderson, M.A. vicar of Kingsumborne in Hampshire."
    The original funeral oration for Charles II. Now bound in faux leather boards with gilt titles to the front board. End papers from time of binding. Bound in to the rear are two additional leaves, printed in Circa 1816 and each offering a hymn composed by Joseph Wiggins. He was a member of Stretton Friendly Society (Quakers). The faux leather cover is clean and bright. The text is mainly clean, with a touch of marking / foxing to it.…

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    London: Luke Meredith at The King's Head, 1685. Full title reads: "A loyal tear dropt on the vault of the high and mighty Prince Charles II. Of glorious and happy memory. By Henry Anderson, M.A. vicar of Kingsumborne in Hampshire."
    The original funeral oration for Charles II. Now bound in faux leather boards with gilt titles to the front board. End papers from time of binding. Bound in to the rear are two additional leaves, printed in Circa 1816 and each offering a hymn composed by Joseph Wiggins. He was a member of Stretton Friendly Society (Quakers). The faux leather cover is clean and bright. The text is mainly clean, with a touch of marking / foxing to it. small number 19 to title suggests that this has been abstracted from a larger collection at some point. [6], 26, [4] p. ; 4⁰. Signatures: A-D⁴ +2 leaves. 200 x 150 mm (7¾ x 6 inches).
    Conforms to Wing A3091. Bibliography - Wing (2nd ed.), A3091

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    Book ID: 2822
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  • A Memorial of God's Judgements. Spiritual and Temporal. by LOCKYER, Nicholas. [Lockier].
    LOCKYER, Nicholas. [Lockier].
    A Memorial of God's Judgements. Spiritual and Temporal. Or Sermons to Call to Remembrance. First preached and now Published for Publick Benefit.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Dorman Newman: 1671. A collection of sermon's by Cromwell's Chaplain, Nicholas Lockyer [Lockier]. Full leather binding. First edition. Nicholas Lockyer (1611–1685) was an English clergyman and Independent minister, a close supporter of Oliver Cromwell and Provost of Eton College, and later an ejected minister and nonconformist. (10), 32 (2) 33-67, (2) 69-106, missing half title leaf 107-174 (2) 175-226 (4)

    Condition: Rubbed and worn leather boards. No end papers. Weak to front hinge. Marking to front board and title page. The rest of the book is mainly clean and tidy, but with some worm holes to the margins.

    Book ID: 1876
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  • A Pastor's Farewell. by GARRATT, Samuel.
    GARRATT, Samuel.
    A Pastor's Farewell. Twelve Sermons, Including the Last Eight Preached in Trinity Church, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Seeley, Jackson & Halliday: 1867. A first edition of this scarce work. Dark brown cloth. Contemporary brown end papers and owner's contemporary gift inscription to the FFEP. Samuel, Garratt 1817-1907 was also the author of "Signs of the Times" and "World Without End" amongst other works. He was an Evangelist within the Church of England. These sermons were given at the end of his tenure at Trinity Church in Lincoln's Inn Fields, before his departure for Ipswich. X, [1]-212, [ii]. pp

    Condition: A quite reasonable copy. The brown cloth has marking to the corner of the front board, and there is some light fading from water spots to the rear board. The spine has darkened so that the title is illegible (no gilt, if ever any, remains). Internally clean and tidy throughout, with a touch of darkening to the pages only. Foxing spots to the end papers only.

    Book ID: 1150
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  • A Practical View of the Prevailing Religious System of Professed Christians, by WILBERFORCE, William
    WILBERFORCE, William
    A Practical View of the Prevailing Religious System of Professed Christians, In the Higher and Middle Classes in the Country, Contrasted with Real Christianity. By William Wilberforce, Member of Parliament for the County of York. The Third Edition. Wide margins with printed summary to the margins.

    Edition: Reprint

    London: T. Cadell: 1797. A decent copy of this Third Edition. Original half leather, with marbled boards. 8vo. [vi], 492. [xviii]. Pp.

    Condition: The spine is rather chipped, and a little rubbed. The label has gone, so the title is just blind embossed where the label would have been. A little cracking to the edges of the boards, so although the boards are holding, they are a little loose. Internally the book is sound. Two neat owner's names to the end paper, one contemporary another mid twentieth Century. There is some foxing to the initial pages, but only to the first few, gradually fading to a clean and tidy copy. There is one ink underline to the margin of page 405 (not affecting text)

    Book ID: 1162
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  • A Treatise on Prayer: by Bickertsteth. Rev. Edward,
    Bickertsteth. Rev. Edward,
    A Treatise on Prayer: Designed to assist in the Devout Discharge of that Duty.

    Edition: Reprint

    London: L. B. Seeley and Son, 1825. Original diced Russian calf with gilt decoration to spine. Bookplate to the inside board. Contemporary gift inscription to the end paper. There is an engraved vignette to the title page. After the treatise on Prayer, there is around 70 pages with examples of prayers for the faithful to use, and an index. Edward Bickersteth (1786-1850) was an evangelical Church of England clergyman. He was active in promoting the Evangelical Alliance and was strongly opposed to the Tractarian movement. His son became the Bishop of Exeter.

    Condition: There is rubbing to the edges of the boards, with a little bumping to the corners. The gilt to the spine has been rubbed and the titles are no longer legible. It appears that the book may have been repaired in the distant past (unsure) the end papers look a little newer. The binding is strong and secure. Internally clean and tidy throughout with just a little darkening. Overall a sound copy.

    Book ID: 1346
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  • Almanach de la jeunesse en vers & en prose, orné de douze jolies gravures; by GENLIS, Mme La Comtesse de
    GENLIS, Mme La Comtesse de
    Almanach de la jeunesse en vers & en prose, orné de douze jolies gravures; ouvrage entiérement inédit.

    Paris: Alphonse Giroux, 1819. Very scarce. First edition, in attractive turquoise contemporary boards with gilt border decorations. With engraved title page and engraved portraits of saints. All edges gilt. Text in French. Includes space for notes / souvenirs, and a calendar. [2], 45, [45] pp. 125 x 80 mm (5 x 3¼ inches). Caroline-Stéphanie-Félicité or Madame de Genlis (25 January 1746 – 31 December 1830) was a French writer of the late 18th and early 19th century, best known for her novels and theories on children's education. her devotion to religion, morality, and feminine submission, strangely contrasts with her own life and her art.

    Condition: Boards soft at corners, small ink mark to front board, and discoloration under gilt decorated borders. Upper joint split, and inside is slightly foxed; and hinges weak. This been repaired at some point.

    Book ID: 2795
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  • An Answer to the Question, Why Are You a Christian? by CLARKE, John
    CLARKE, John
    An Answer to the Question, Why Are You a Christian?

    Boston: Apollo Press Joseph Belknap, 1795. A very nice copy of this scarce first edition. Recently rebound in half calf, with black marbled boards. Author's name and date in gilt to the spine. Binding is spotless. Internally complete, with some darkening to the initial pages. The page edges are rather chipped - but not affecting text. 43 pages. 250 by 160mm (9¾ by 6¼ inches). John Clarke (1755–1798) was a minister of the First Church in Boston, Massachusetts. Born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, he was educated at the Boston Public Latin School and Harvard University He joined the ministry of Boston's First Church in January 1778, and remained there until his death at age 42. He was a charter…

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    Boston: Apollo Press Joseph Belknap, 1795. A very nice copy of this scarce first edition. Recently rebound in half calf, with black marbled boards. Author's name and date in gilt to the spine. Binding is spotless. Internally complete, with some darkening to the initial pages. The page edges are rather chipped - but not affecting text. 43 pages. 250 by 160mm (9¾ by 6¼ inches). John Clarke (1755–1798) was a minister of the First Church in Boston, Massachusetts. Born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, he was educated at the Boston Public Latin School and Harvard University He joined the ministry of Boston's First Church in January 1778, and remained there until his death at age 42. He was a charter member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1780. & was associated with the Boston Library Society; the Humane Society of Massachusetts; and the Massachusetts Historical Society.
    Joseph Belknap was a Boston publisher. He was the son of a noted Congregationalist minister Jeremy Belknap, and a member of his "long lane" church in Boston. Here he had been involved with the ratifying of the Confederating Constitution of America. He involved in the foundation of, and printer to the Massachusetts Historical Society in 1791

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    Book ID: 3073
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  • Anekdoten voor Christenen, enook voor zulken die het niet zijn by KIRSCH, George Frederik.
    KIRSCH, George Frederik.
    Anekdoten voor Christenen, enook voor zulken die het niet zijn naar het hoogduitsch van George Frederik Kirsch, hofprediker des graven van Reuse.

    Hararlem: J.L. Augustini: 1813. First Edition - Part III in two volumes. These are numbered continuously - so 1-114, 115-244 pp. This series of 85 anecdotes of Christian morality was issued in 4 series (this being the third). Hard paper covers (later than publication date). paper labels to the spine. Written in Dutch.

    Condition: The covers are a little darkened and have some rubbing to the corners. Some cracking to the paper on the spine - but still holding well. bookseller stamps to the front of each volume, with owner's shelf locators etc: Overall a nice copy.

    Book ID: 1830
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  • Certaine sermons or homilies, appointed to be read in churches : In the time of the late Queen Elizabeth of famous memory. And now thought fit to be reprinted by authority from the King's most excellent Majesty. by [ANON]
    [ANON]
    Certaine sermons or homilies, appointed to be read in churches : In the time of the late Queen Elizabeth of famous memory. And now thought fit to be reprinted by authority from the King's most excellent Majesty. [Bound together with] The Second Tome of Homilies, of Such Matters as Were Promised and Entituled in the former part of the Homilies.

    London: John Norton for Joyce Norton: 1633. A nice copy of this two volume work, unfortunately lacking the title page to Volume 1. The volume starts on gather A. Original full leather boards, with a touch of bumping / edgewear to the boards. Recent spine with titles and date to the spine. There is a little water staining to the work, particularly to the edges, and a slight nicking to the edges of the blank front end paper. Some darkening / foxing, again particularly to the edges. Owner's inscriptions to the inside front board and to the 2nd end paper. (I think what is laid in as the first end paper is a later addition, when the spine was replaced…

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    London: John Norton for Joyce Norton: 1633. A nice copy of this two volume work, unfortunately lacking the title page to Volume 1. The volume starts on gather A. Original full leather boards, with a touch of bumping / edgewear to the boards. Recent spine with titles and date to the spine. There is a little water staining to the work, particularly to the edges, and a slight nicking to the edges of the blank front end paper. Some darkening / foxing, again particularly to the edges. Owner's inscriptions to the inside front board and to the 2nd end paper. (I think what is laid in as the first end paper is a later addition, when the spine was replaced - the 2nd end paper appears from condition and inscriptions to be the original one). Also lacking is leaf 3I2 (page 99/100) with the text here also lacking. Bizarrely, a full page plate, dating from 1814 has been laid in to face page 275. This is an engraving by Wm Craig and L. Brown, showing national liberty crushing the nations of Europe. This is perhaps laid in here as it is opposite an homily against Disobedience and Wilfull rebellion. This long homily, published in various forms, is important, as it was part of the celebrations following the failure of the rebellions against Queen Elizabeth. To the end of the work is "A thankesgiving for the suppression of the last rebellion." 1-98, [vi], 1-98 101-320 [iv].

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    Book ID: 1977
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  • Certainty Unattainable in the Roman Church by SEYMOUR, Rev. M. Hobart
    SEYMOUR, Rev. M. Hobart
    Certainty Unattainable in the Roman Church A Consideration bearing upon Secession to Rome.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Seeleys: 1851. First edition. Original dark brown, blind stamped buckram with decorations and a cross to the front and rear of the boards. The spine has been recently repaired with fresh gilt titles to the spine. The traditional anti-Catholic fare, with chapters on infallibility, the Saints, the Sacraments and Transubstantiation. A very clean and tidy copy with fractional darkening to the pages. 19cm x 14cm. An Anglo-Irish Protestant from Limerick, who had to move to England as he was so unpopular in England, Seymour spent his life writing Polemics against Catholicism. In 1844, having recently married, he went on a long journey to Rome with his wife. Several books against the Roman church followed - this being one of…

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    London: Seeleys: 1851. First edition. Original dark brown, blind stamped buckram with decorations and a cross to the front and rear of the boards. The spine has been recently repaired with fresh gilt titles to the spine. The traditional anti-Catholic fare, with chapters on infallibility, the Saints, the Sacraments and Transubstantiation. A very clean and tidy copy with fractional darkening to the pages. 19cm x 14cm. An Anglo-Irish Protestant from Limerick, who had to move to England as he was so unpopular in England, Seymour spent his life writing Polemics against Catholicism. In 1844, having recently married, he went on a long journey to Rome with his wife. Several books against the Roman church followed - this being one of them. He died in Bath in 1874.

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    Book ID: 1949
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  • Christian Politics by BATES, Ely.
    BATES, Ely.
    Christian Politics In Four Parts

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1806. First edition. Half brown leather with black labels to the spine. Marbled boards. Title, advert & preface. The work is in four parts. (1) Containing a view of civil government in its influence on virtue and happiness, chiefly from the relation it bears to liberty and property. (2) On the importance of Religion, both to society and the individual, with reflections on Religious establishments and toleration. (3) On the Conduct of the good citizen, particularly under any moderate government. (4) On the way to live happily under all governments, and in all situations. Bates was previously the author of "A cursory view of Civil Government." This current work is an expansion of…

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    London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1806. First edition. Half brown leather with black labels to the spine. Marbled boards. Title, advert & preface. The work is in four parts. (1) Containing a view of civil government in its influence on virtue and happiness, chiefly from the relation it bears to liberty and property. (2) On the importance of Religion, both to society and the individual, with reflections on Religious establishments and toleration. (3) On the Conduct of the good citizen, particularly under any moderate government. (4) On the way to live happily under all governments, and in all situations. Bates was previously the author of "A cursory view of Civil Government." This current work is an expansion of that first. He advocated that government protect liberty and property, the importance of toleration and of being a good Christian. Being a good citizen led to being a good Christian and vice versa. The emphasis on Toleration is particularly pertinent, given how soon after the French Revolution this text was written. xvi, 445 (1) pp.,

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    Condition: The boards and spine are clean, but there is a little rubbing to the spine, with a closed tear to the top edge of the spine. Inside, the book is clean and tidy throughout. The text block is bright and there is minimal darkening. Overall a nice copy.

    Book ID: 1409
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  • Communal Silence by DUNLOP, M. V.
    DUNLOP, M. V.
    Communal Silence An Address Given at High Leigh, Hoddesdon. May 1932.

    Edition: First Edition

    Oxford: Alden Press: 1936. Grey card covers. Cream paper, stapled. Dunlop was the founder of the "Fellowship of Meditation" an organisation to encourage Christian Meditation which is still going. 14 pages.

    Condition: A very nice copy of this booklet. The grey card covers have a touch of edge wear only. A couple of light marks, but overall a clean copy. Neat owner's name to the front end paper. Staples are a little rusting, but overall clean and tidy copy.

    Book ID: 1191
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  • Der Heilige Bonifazius: Oder Die Ausbreitung Des Christenthums in Deutschland by WAIßMANN, Georg. [Johan G. Waitzmann]
    WAIßMANN, Georg. [Johan G. Waitzmann]
    Der Heilige Bonifazius: Oder Die Ausbreitung Des Christenthums in Deutschland Fur Deutschlands Jugend Und Eltern Fur Belehrung und Erbauung Nach den besten Quellen Bearbeitet.

    Dilingen: G., Uulinger Schen Buchhandlung: 1840. Second edition of this work. Green paper wrappers, with decorative borders and titles in black. Printed in Gothic script German. Rough cut page edges. Title translates: St Boniface, or the Propagation of Christianity in Germany, edited for Germany's youth, and parents. I-viii, 9-156 pp.

    Condition: A nice copy of this scarce early edition. The green papers are clean and tidy, with a little marking / darkening to them only. Internally clean and tidy throughout

    Book ID: 1307
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  • Scarce
    Fourteen Sermons Preach'd in Lambeth Chapel, by WHARTON, Henry
    WHARTON, Henry
    Fourteen Sermons Preach'd in Lambeth Chapel, Before the most Reverend Father in God Dr. William Sancroft, late Lord Arch-bishop of Canterbury. In the Years MDCLXXXVIII. MDCLXXXIX. By Henry Wharton, M.A. Chaplain to His Grace. With an Account of the Author's Life.

    London: for Ri. Chiswell at the Rose and Crown in St. Paul's Chruch Yard, 1700. The second edition corrected. In full brown calf, with stamped decorations, and gilt to spine. With engraved portrait frontispiece [33], 462 pp. 190 x 120 mm (7½ x 4¾ inches).

    Condition: Boards are rubbed, mainly to edges. Spine has some wear / minor loss to tail. Book is complete and tight though. Pages are toned, but overall in a very good state.

    Book ID: 2848
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  • God in History; by CUMMING. The Rev. John,
    CUMMING. The Rev. John,
    God in History; or Facts Illustrative of the Presence and Providence of God in the Affairs of Men.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: John Farquhar Shaw: 1849. Full black leather binding with gilt decoration to the edges and gilt titles. Leather bookplate to the inside board with the name "Frances Smallbone" Cumming was a Scottish minister, part of the Scottish National Church based in Covent Garden. His theology is firmly Protestant. "It is thus that God still acts in history, and that all men are agents, consciously or unconsciously executing his purposes." vi, [ii], 156. pp

    Condition: The black leather is clean, but is rubbed to the edges of the spine, with some loss of surface colour here. Inside the book is clean and tidy throughout, with no particular flaws.

    Book ID: 1344
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