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New York:St. Martin's Press. 1959. 379pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jacket is worn at the edges and spine with some light fraying and a few small chips and tears. Otherwise only lightly soiled and in very good condition. Book itself is only mildly shelf-worn. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good copy. FB015
NY:Doubleday, Page & Co. 1906. 442pp. + 34iilus. Rear hinge cracked but repaired; title on spine worn-off; otherwise, a very good clean tight copy. S006.
London: The Oxford University Press. 1961. 251 pp. Hardcover. Binding is clean and shows only light wear to the edges and spine. Interior is clean and bright, with no stray markings save for a few pencil underlinings on the Prefatory Note. Otherwise, an excellent copy. S037.
PRACTICAL DISCOURSES ON REGENERATION IN TEN SERMONS...To Which Are Added TWO SERMONS, ON THE SCRIPTURE DOCTRINE OF SALVATION BY GRACE THROUGH FAITH
Boston:E. Lincoln. May 1803. 216pp+36pp. Bound in full leather which is worn and scuffed. Previous owners name on the 1st and 2nd free fly-leaf. Pages are age-toned but overall in very good condition with minimal foxing/soiling.
QUAINT ALLERGORIES: WITH PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS OF DIVINE TRUTH, AS SET FORTH IN FIGURES, SIMILITUDIES, ALLGORIES, ETC., ETC. Profusely illustrated.
NY:Union Publishing House. (ca. 1875). 608pp. Illus. Hard bound. A very good, tight, clean copy.
SERMONS FOR SOME OF THE PRINCIPAL FESTIVALS AND FASTS OF THE CHURCH, AND ON CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE AND DUTY.
New York: Daniel Dana, Jr. 1859. 315pp. Hardcover. Binding is shelf-worn at the edges and spine with some mild soiling but otherwise in very good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings, save for some light toning to the page edges. Overall, a very good copy. FB029
141pp. Internally a tight, relatively speaking, clean copy. Binding has been rebound with a leather strip on the spine. Rest of binding shows wear. Contemporary ink phrase "Remember your are born to day. Signed by one Shuterbury. Considering age and nature of publication a very satisfactory copy.
SOME NEW SOURCES FOR THE LIFE OF BLESSED AGNES OF BOHEMIA INCLUDING A FOURTEENTH CENTURY LATIN VERSION (Bamberg, Misc. Hist. 146, E. VII. 19) AND A FIFTEENTH CENTURY GERMAN VERSION, (Berlin, Germ. Oct. 484)..
(Farnborough Hants, England):(Gregg Press Limited). (1966). 176pp. Hardbound. Illustrated. Fine copy. An early follower of Saint Francis and an associate of Saint Clare who founded the order of the Poor Ladies of San Damiano. in Latin and German with an extensive introduction in English. Facsimile Reprint of The University Press edition of 1915. (FB026)
SPECULUM THEOLOGIAE IN CHRISTO: OR, A VIEW OF SOME DIVINE TRUTHS, WHICH ARE EITHER PRACTICALLY EXEMPLIFIED IN JESUS CHRIST, SET FORTH IN THE GOSPEL, OR MAY BE REASONBLY DEDUCED FROM THENCE.
London: Thos. Cockerill. 449 pp. 1678. Original boards. Edge points look nibbled. Leather binding faded. Two small pieces of the binding missing at the top and bottom of the spine. Front hinge cracked. One previous owner's signature on first fly leaf. Otherwise free of stray markings with some foxing throughout. Pages age-toned.
Translated from the French. Chicago:Henry Regnery Company. 1960. 190pp. Illustrated. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jacket is frayed at the edges and spine ends with several chips and tears. Otherwise only lightly soiled and in good condition. Book itself shows some mild shelf-wear. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good copy with a good jacket.
THE AUTHORITY OF THE CLERGY AND THE LIBERTIES OF THE LAITY STATED AND VINDICATED IN ANSWER TO MR. ROGER'S DISCOURSE OF THE VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE CHURCH OF CHRIST.
London:James Knapton. 1720. 232pp. Hardcover. Contemporary boards, full leather worn and scuffed, with some separation along gutter edges. Internally various owners signatures to inside boards and verso of title page as well as 1st page of dedication. No free end-pages at beginning or end. Light soiling scattered throughout. The binding is tight.
248pp. Binding shows some wear, internally a very good copy.
Milwaukee, WI:The Bruce Publishing Company. (1969). 145pp. Hardbound. A very good, tight copy. Dust jacket frayed with a minor water stain, with some offsetting to spine. The book, aside from the small offset to spine, is a very good, clean copy.
London:Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. 1919. 128pp. Light fading or wear at ends of spine, otherwise a very good copy.
THE HISTORY OF THE FLAGELLANTS, OR THE ADVANTAGES OF DISCIPLINE; BEING A PARAPHRASE AND COMMENTARY ON THE HISTORIA FLAGELLANTIUM OF THE ABBE BOILEAU, Doctor of the Sorbonne, Canon of the Holy Chapel, &c. By Somebody Who is Not Doctor of the Sorbonne.
London:Fielding and Walker. 1777. Pagination repeats (4), 3, 2-5, 4-7, 6-8, (2), 9-340pp. Illustrated with 4 engraved plates and 4 vignettes. Rebound in 1/4 leather in recent times (now slightly sun-faded) with new end-pages but using older boards which are shelf-worn and soiled with wear to edges and edge points. Internally, pages are clean and slightly age-toned but free of any foxing or soiling. The rear inside cover does have several pencilled bookseller notes. Overall, a very good, clean copy.
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