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Chicago:Henry Regnery Company. 1962. 1st edition. xii+210pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. A very good, clean copy with a very good, slightly edge-worn dust jacket.
A VINDICATION OF THE FREE INQUIRY INTO THE MIRACULOUS POWERS, WHICH ARE SUPPOSED TO HAVE SUBSISTED IN THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH, ETC. FROM THE OBJECTIONS OF DR. DODWELL AND DR. CHURCH
London:R. Manby and H. S. Cox. 1751. 1st edition. (iv)+99pp. Rebound in 1/2 cream leather with buckram boards, with red labels to spine strip and new end-pages. Boards are lightly soiled, but otherwise in very good condition. Internally, a few penciled notes to half title page, otherwise a very good, clean copy.
ACTS OF THE APOSTLES. A COMMENTARY ON THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES. (Hermeneia - A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible)
Philadelphia:The Fortress Press. (1987). xlviii+287pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Aside from light soiling to page edges, a very good, clean copy, inside and out. The dust jacket is lightly soiled and shelfworn, with light wear along edges, with some small chips and tears.
Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd for the Scottish Gaelic Texts Society. 1962. xlviii+264pp. The blue boards are lightly shelf-worn, with title in gilt on spine still bright. Internally, there are no previous owners marks or signatures and the pages are clean and bright. A very good copy. *A facsimile reprint, including the prefixed poems and the shorter catechism of 1659, with notes and glossary, and an introduction.
Philadelphia:Benjamin and Thomas Kite. 1818. 298pp. Hardcover. Bound in full leather with title label to spine, quite worn and scuffed, cracked along front gutter with board still attached, and chipping to both spine ends. Internally end-pages are age-toned/foxed with a previous owners name inked to 2nd free end-page as well as top of title page, and an additional ink mark to title page, covering part of title. Otherwise, pages are age-toned within text area but with brighter margins. The binding is tight and hinges intact. A good solid copy.
Ridgewood, NJ: The Gregg Press Incorporated. 1965. Hardcover, no jacket as issued. 235pp. The London 1873 edition as republished by Gregg in 1965. Very Good condition. We purchased this book directly from the publisher over fifty years ago; it has never been privately owned. A bit of age toning to page edges, some faint foxing to the half-title, and some minor shelfwear. Binding is square and tight. The work of Renaissance theologian John Colet. (cfm)
Ridgewood, NJ: The Gregg Press Incorporated. 1965. The London 1874 edition as republished by Gregg in 1965. Very Good condition. We purchased this book directly from the publisher; it has never been privately owned. A bit of age toning to page edges and some faint age spots. Binding is square and secure. The work of Renaissance theologian John Colet. (cfm)
CRISTOPHORI MARCELLI ... DE AUTHORITATE SUMMI PONTIFICIS ET HIS QUAE AD ILLAM PERTINENT. ADUERSUS IMPIA MARTINI LUTHERIJ DOGMATA
Ridgewood, NJ: The Gregg Press Incorporated. 1966. Hardcover, no jacket. Approx 300pp. Facsimile reproduction of the Florence 1701 edition. Fine condition. We obtained this book directly from the publisher; it has never been privately owned. A few faint spots to endpapers and page edges, but otherwise as new. Provides a response againse the doctrine of Martin Luther, written by the Archbishop of Corfu in 1521. (cfm)
Boston:Wm. Carter and Brother. 1864. 174pp. Hardcover. Brown embossed boards soiled and sun-faded, shelfworn, with wear and chipping to spine ends, and spine edges worn with some seperation along front hinge. Edge points gently bumped. Internally pages free of previous owners marks or signatures but with an occassional smudge/soiling scattered throughout. The binding is tight, but cracked at 98/99 and 112/113 with hinges intact.
London:SCM Press Ltd. (1963). 384pp. Hardcover. With light soiling to boards and page edges. Internally the end-pages are foxed but otherwise a very good, clean copy.
ETHNIC AND SOCIAL BACKGROUND OF THE FRANCISCAN FRIARS IN SEVENTEENTH CENTURY MEXICO (Publications of the Academy of American Franciscan History. Monograph Series, Volume 10)
Washington, DC:Academy of American Franciscan History. 1973. xiv+166pp. Hardcover. Blue boards lightly shelfworn with a couple of scratches, otherwise clean with gilt on spine and front cover still bright. Internally, pages clean and bright, free of previous owners marks or signatures. A very good copy
New York: New York University Press. 1966. 429pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Dust jacket is in fair condition. Shelf-worn with chips and tears (some large and repaired). Book in very good condition. Yellow boards lightly soiled and shelf-worn. No previous owners name but with some inked notes to margins.
London:Bloomsbury. (2013). xvii+317pp. Illustrated. Softcover. In very good, clean condition, free of previous owners marks or signatures.
HISTORY OF THE LADIES BENEVOLENT SOCIETY OF THE FIRST CONGRESSIONAL CHURCH, FALL RIVER, MASSACHUSSETS.
Fall River:J.H. Franklin & Co. 1904. 138pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Boards are lightly worn at the edges with some light soiling and fading tot he spine. Otherwise in very good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings, though there is some mild age-toning to the page edges throughout. Overall, this is a very good copy.
HOME MISSIONS. A SERMON IN BEHALF OF THE AMERICAN HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETY; PREACHED IN THE CITIES OF NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA, MAY, 1849
New York: American Home Missionary Society. 1849. 48pp. Blue paper wrappers. Very Good condition. Paper wappers have light creasing and grime, and the cover has dust stains along the bottom and front edges. Some foxing spots to title page, but otherwise the contents are clean and unmarked, and the binding is tight. Barnes wasa a prominent theologian and Presbyterian pastor in themid-19th century. (cfm)
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