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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)
JEREMIAH 1. A COMMENTARY ON THE BOOK OF THE PROPHET JEREMIAH CHAPTERS 1-25 (Hermeneia - A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible)
Philadelphia:The Fortress Press. (1986). xxii+682pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Page edges lightly soiled but otherwise book in very good, clean condition, inside and out. The dust jacket is lightly soiled and sunfaded along spine strip, with overall shelfwear and wear along edges, including small chips and tears.
Boston, MA:Moses King Corporation. 1889. With 100 Illustrations. 286pp. Gilt on boards still bright, although lightly soiled. With some shelfwear to spine ends and edge points. Internally, 2nd free end page has several inscriptions and signatures, including the publishers, Moses King, with an attached card. Previous owner has also signed at the top of the title page. Otherwise, the pages are clean and bright, binding is tight and hinges intact. Overall, a very good copy.
[England: Gregg Press Limited. 1966.] Hardcover,no jacket as issued. xxxvi+277pp. Gregg reprint of the 1931 edition. French language. Near Fine condition. Very light shelfwear and a bit of faint dust spotting to edges. We obtained this book directly from the publisher over fifty years ago, it has never been privately owned. "Memoirs of Brother Leon on the second half of the life of St Francis of Assisi." (cfm)
New York:Harper & Row Publishers. (1975), 1st edition. 273pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Both the book and the dust jacket are in very good, to near fine condition.
[Farnborough, Hants., England: Gregg Press Limited. 1966.] Hardcover, no jacket as issued. xxxviii+235pp. Gregg re-print of the Manchester 1920 edition. Fine condition, no flaws to mention. We obtained this book directly from the publisher over fifty years ago, it has never been privately owned. Prepared beginning in 1908 for the British Society of Franciscan Studies, this is a volume of extracts on the History of the Irish Franciscan Province during the Middle Ages. (cfm)
Boston: Charles H. Peirce. 1848. Harcover, no jacket. 490pp. Olive stamped cloth boards with gilt titling and decoration to spine. Good condition. Boards are moderately worn, with fabric wear through at the tips. Some dust spotting to page edges. Foxing at the front and back, and very heavy on the title page and frontis. Most of the remaining is pretty clean with scattered foxing and no markings. Binding is square and secure, though one signature is a bit loose. "Biographical notices of its early preachers, sketches of its first churches, and reminiscences of its early struggles and successes." (cfm)
Buffalo:The Peter Paul Book Company. 1895. 1st edition. 316pp+4pp lists and regulations. Hardcover. Red boards soiled, rubbed and shelfworn, with wear along edges, spine ends and edge points. Gilt still bright on front cover but slightly dulled on spine. Internally, end-pages lightly age-toned with a previous owners name in pencil to 1st free end-page, but otherwise clean. The binding is tight, front hinge intact but rear has started.
New York:Thomas W. Crowell and Co. 1885. 1st American edition. xii+274pp. Hardcover. Green boards lightly soiled with shelfwear along edges and spine ends. Internally, decorated endpages clean with a previous owners name embossed on 1st free endpage, as well as top of title page (over title), but otherwise pages clean. The binding is tight and hinges intact. A very good copy.
NICHOLAS GLASSBERGER AND HIS WORKS, With the text of his Major Cronica Boemorum Moderna (a.d. 1200-1310)
[Farnborough Hants, England: Gregg Press Limited. 1966.] Hardcover, no jacket as issued. lix+117pp. Gregg reprint of the 1923 Manchester edition. In English and Latin. As new condition. We obrtained this book directly from the publisher over fifty years ago, it has never been privately owned. This book gathers together the scattered details of Franciscan Nicholas Glassberger's life, and provides his Chronicle of Bohemia. (cfm)
NOTITIA SCRIPTORUM SS. PATRUM ALIORUMQUE VETERIS ECCLESIAE MONUMENTORUM QUAE IN COLLECTIONIBUS ANECDOTORUM POST ANNUM CHRISTI MDCC INLUCEM EDITIS
[Ridgewood, NJ: The Gregg Press Incorporated. 1965.] Hardcover, no jacket as issued. xv+284pp. Facsimile reprint of the 1839 edition. Very Good condition. We obtained this book directly from the publisher, it has never been privately owned. Very light wear to the boards. Light dust spotting to page edges. Inside the pages are slightly age toned, but are clean and unmarked. The binding is square and tight. (cfm)
New York: G.P. Putnam & Co,. 1856. First American Edition. xv+492pp. Ex-lib. Good condition. Boards are well worn and spine is faded. Gilt titling still readable. Library markings include inking to spine, bookplate on front pastedown, and small stamp to illustrations and title page. Moderate foxing throughout. Square and securely bound. Illustrations and fold-out map are present, small tear to map where it attaches to book. "since the days of William Pitts no European travellers, with the exception of Burckhardt and Lieut. Burton, have been able to send us back an account of their travels there (Medinah and Meccah), it cannot be doubted but that the present work will be hailed as a welcome addtion to our knowledge of these hitherto mysterious penetralia of Mahommedan superstition". (cfm)
Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. (1998). 243pp. Signed and inscribed on the first free end-page by the author. Hardcover with dust jacket, both in very good clean condition.
PROCEEDINGS AT THE UNIVERSALIST CENTENNIAL HELD IN GLOUCESTER, MASS., SEPTEMBER 20TH, 21ST, & 22ND, 1870
Boston: Universalist Publishing House. (ca.1870). First Edition. Hardcover, no jacket. 111pp. Good condition. Bevelled edge, brown cloth boards are moderately worn with some sunfadiing and light staining, and fabric wear at extremities. Inside, the hinges are cracked and three pages are just starting to loosen. The contents are clean and unmarked. Some flaws, but overall a good copy. "The volume here presented is made up largely from short-hand reports of the several meetings held at Gloucester during the great Jubilee Convention of Sept. 1870. Pains have been taken to furnish a complete and reliable account of the largest and most important assembly of Universalists ever gathered." (cfm)
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