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NY: Harper & Row. (1966). 318pp. Illus. Hard cover. With dust jacket.Book in very good, tight, clean condition. Dust jacket torn and frayed. S084.
A HISTORICAL DISCOURSE DELIVERED AT WORCESTER, IN THE OLD SOUTH MEETING HOUSE, SEPTEMBER 22, 1863; THE HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY OF ITS ERECTION.
With introductory remarks by Hon. Ira M. Barton, The President on the Ocasion. Worcester:Edward R. Fiske. 1863. 106pp. With attractive wood-block frontispiece of the Meeting House. Ex-library copy. Internally a very good clean tight copy. Library book-plate pasted down on front fly-leaf and card residue on rear boards.Externally, ends of spine frayed and library numbers in white at top of front binding as well as on spine. Presentation remark by Rev. Barton at top of title-page.
A SKETCH OF THE CHRISTIAN EXPERIENCE, CALL TO THE MINISTRY, AND MINISTERIAL LABORS OF THE REV. JOHN PEACOCK, DOMESTIC MISSIONARY.
127pp. Hard-bound. First 46 pages has a long-ago damp-stain on the right front leaves, Some minor foxing. Otherwise, a tight, clean copy. S008.
ALBERT THE GREAT, OF THE ORDER OF FRIEA-PRECHERS; HIS LIFE AND SCHOLASTIC LABOURS. Trans. From the French Edition By the Rev. Fr. T. A. Dixon.
Dubuque, Iowa: Wm. C. Brown Reprint Library. (nd). 472pp. Reprint of 1876 London edition. Boards rubbed slightly, with one large scratch on cover. Previous owner's name on first fep. Pages clean and birght. Overall, a very good copy.
AN APOLOGY FOR THE BIBLE IN A SERIES OF LETTERS, ADDRESSED TO THOMAS PAINE. Author of the Book entitled, The Age of Reason, Part the Second, being an Investigation of True and Fabulous Theology
Albany:Barber & Southwick. 1796. 192pp. Original boards, quite worn and scuffed; contrasting label on spine chipped and no longer legible; spine ends chipped at top and bottom; and the hinges are cracked but the boards are still attached. Internally, the pages are age toned but with very little foxing. There is a previous owners signature on the first free end-page but otherwise in very good condition. Evans 31564. S013.
Boston:The Beacon Press. (1953). 437pp. 1st Ed. Book in very good, clean condition; dust jacket shelf-worn at edges with some chipping. S018.
ASSERTIO SEPTE SACRAMENTOR ADVERSUS MARTI. LUTHER, AEDITA AB INVICTISSIMO ANGLIAE & FRACIAE REGE, & DO. HYBERNIAE HENRICO EIUS NOMINIS OCTAVO.
Ridgewood, N.J: Gregg Press. (1966) Reprint of 1521 edition. pp. Harbound. In addition to treatise by Henry VIII, contains ten Latin verses by J., Clerk, orator; Pope Leo's letter to Henry the 8th in which he give to Henry 98 the title of Fidei Defensor; oration by J. Clerk when he presented the book to the Pope; followed by the Pope's answer to Clark's oration.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF THE FIRST FORTY-ONE YEARS OF THE LIFE OF SYLVANUS COBB, D.D. TO WHICH IS ADDED A MEMOIR BY HIS ELDEST SON, SYLVANUS COBB, JR.
Boston: Universalist Publishing House. 1867. 552 pp. Hardcover. Binding chipped at spine ends. Some fraying at edges of binding. Internally clean and free of stray markings. There is a brief inscription by the author's sister inked towards the bottom of the first fly leaf. Pages show some light age-toning. Overall, a very good copy.
(Farnborough Hants, England):(Gregg Press Limited). (1966). Facsimile reprint of The University Press edition of 1918. 94pp. Besides providing a short biography of Giles and an extensive bibliography, this book reprints Latin MS. known as CODEX CANONICI MISCELL. 528, containing the Short Life, with an English translation. A fine copy.
Ridgewood, New Jersey: Gregg Press. 1966. 163 pp. Illustrated. Hardbound. A very good to fine copy. Reprint of Aberdoniae edition of 1914. Includes a DESCRIPTION OF A FRANCISCAN MANUSCRIPT, FORMERLY IN THE PHILLIPPS LIBRARY, NOW IN THE POSSESSION OF A. G. LITTLE; BROTHER WILLIAM OF ENGLAND, COMPANION OF ST. FRANCIS, AND SOME FRANCISCAN DRAWINGS IN THE MATTHEW PARIS MANUSCRIPTS by A. G. Little; THE LIBRARY OF THE GREY FRIARS OF HEREFORD by M. R. James; A SHORT NOTICE OF SOME MANUSCRIPTS OF THE CAMBRIDGE FRIARS NOW IN THE VATICAN LIBRARY by the Rev. H. M. Bannister; and RECORDS OF THE FRANCISCAN PROVINCE OF ENGLAND by A. G. Little. A fine copy. S025.
Ridgewood, NY:The Gregg Press, Ltd. 1966. pp. Facsimile Reprint. Marcello was Archishop of Venice. Red boards lightly soiled and sun-faded, otherwise a very good, clean copy.
DICTAMEN DEL FISCAL DON FRANCISCO GUTIERREZ DE LA HUERTA PRESENTADO Y LEIDO EN EL CONSEJO DE CASTILLA, SOBRE RESTABLECIMIENTO DE LOS JESUITAS.
Santiago, Chile: Imprenta de la Sociedad. 1849. iv, 276pp. Hard bound. Internally a very good, clean, tight copy. Color of paper of signatures vary.Binding shows wear at edges and spine. Altogether a very satisfactory copy.
(Farnborough Hants, England):(Gregg Press, Ltd). (1966) Facsimile reprint of 1912 University Press edition, 123pp. An excellent copy.
Heidelberg:Carl Winter Universitatsverlag. 1948. 103pp. Hard bound. A very good, clean copy. S009.
New York:Crossroad Publishing Company. 1997.1st edition. 227pp. With dust jacket. Both book and dust jacket are in very good condition, with no previous owners marks or signatures.
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