ABBE DE COMMANVILLE, MICHEL ECHARD: Histoire de tous les archeveschez, et eveschez de l'univers. Par tables geographiques & chronologiques. Ou l'on voit dans un abregé methodique & succinct, l'estat ancien & present, tant de l'Eglise latine que de l'Eglise .... greque & des autres communions de la Chretienté ; la situation & distribution de toutes les Provinces ecclesiastiques, les noms des archeveschez & éveschez, leurs érections, unions, translations, suppressions, prérogatives, &c. Avec un Dictionnaire des noms latins ; l'explication de ce qu'il y a de plus necessaire & de plus curieux à sçavoir de chaque archevesché ou evêché, & une Table de leurs noms vulgaires, avec leurs revenus. Par Monsieur l'Abbé de Commanville.

Item No. 4994

Paris: Chez Florentin et Pierre Delaulne, 1700. Two parts in one volume. 8vo, pp.(32):378:(6): 275:(1 blank), contemmporary full tan speckled calf, spine gilt extra within raised bands with crimson lettering piece; a royal binding with three fleurs-de-lis beneath a crown blocked in gilt to centre of both covers. Two 1-inch splits to lower joint, headband and corners of boards rubbed, some marginal worming. Title-page detached but present and undamaged.

Generally a handsome copy of a rare work.


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ANON: Les Premiers Pelerins ou les Personnages les plus Celebres de la Loi Naturelle.

Beau, Versailles, 1864. 8vo (7 1/4 x 4 1/2 inches), 239-pages. Charming Papier Cartonnage Romantique binding of embossed decorative boards in gilt and green with central pictorial panel in colours of 2 boys fishing. Endpapers browned, corners rubbed, else excellent. 


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ANON: Pennell of Bannu by A. L. With which is included a paper by Major-General G.K. Scott-Moncrieff.

London: Church Missionary Society, 1912. Portrait. 8vo, pp.60, original limp boards; some annotations and foxing.


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ASTON, NIGEL: Christianity and Revolutionary Europe c. 1750-1830. In the New Approaches to European History series.

Cambridge University Press, 2002. First edition. Softback. 8vo (9 x 6 inches),379-pages, original glazed wrappers. Signature on half-title else fine.


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BERTOUCH, [BEATRICE] BARONESS DE.: The Life of Father Ignatius O.S.B. The Monk of Llanthony.

London: Methuen [1904]. First edition. Plates. 8vo (9 x 5 3/4 inches), 610-pages plus Methuen's 40-page catalogue at end. Original blue cloth. Spine darkened, headbands rubbed, overall good. 


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BROWNE, EDWARD GEORGE KIRWAN: History of the Tractarian Movement.

Dublin: James Duffy, 1856. First edition. 8vo (9 x 6 inches), 385-pages. Original blindstamped purple cloth, unevenly faded. Headband chipped. Shelf number label at base of spine, stamp of St. Patrick's College Library Maynooth on dedication leaf. No other library marking. A few pages roughly opened. 


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BUNDY, RICHARD: Select Sermons on some of the most important points of the Christian religion. Now first published from his Original Manuscripts.

Item No. 16047

London: for Lockyer Davis, 1750. First edition. 8vo (7 3/4 x 4 3/4 inches), 391-pages. Contemporary full tan calf with burgundy lettering piece; rubbed, some chipping to headbands, upper joint cracked but very firm; internally very good.

Stated "Volume 3" on lettering piece but complete in itself


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BUNYAN, JOHN: The Pilgrims Progress Illuminated.

Glasgow: Mackenzie, White, n.d. ca. 1860's. Engraved portrait, illuminated pictorial title in gold and colours, engraved plates after George and Edward Dalziel, variously coloured wide decorative page borders throughout. 4to, pp.xxiv:374:(2), contemporary half crimson calf, marbled boards, crimson leather gilt label to upper cover bearing the initials of the original owner; an attractive binding. Some foxing, inscriptions and tape marks on front pastedown, a little dark marking to backstrip.


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CHADWICK, OWEN: The Victorian Church. Two volumes.

London: Adam & Charles Black, 1976. Third edition of Volume 1, second edition (1970) of Volume 2. Two volumes 8vo (9 1/2 x 6 inches), pages: 606 & 510. Original blue cloth. Excellent in like dust jackets. 


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CHURCH, R.W: The Oxford Movement. Twelve Years 1833-1845.

London: Macmillan, 1891, First edition. 8vo (9 1/4 x 6 inches), 358-pages. Original grained purple cloth; corners bumpred, overall very good. Gift inscription on front fly. 


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CHURCH OF ENGLAND: The Book of Common Prayer, and administration of the sacraments, and other rites and ceremonies of the church . Together with the Psalter or Psalms of David.

Item No. 20106

Item No. 20106

Item No. 20106

Item No. 20106

Printed by John Baskerville, Printer to the University, Cambridge, 1761. First Baskerville edition, third title impression with the price of 8s. 6d. on the title page. 8vo (9 3/4 x 6 inches). Contemporary full dark blue calf with wide (1 1/8 inch) decorative gilt border to sides, spine ornamentally blocked in gilt in 7 compartments and unlettered, all edges gilt. Headband a little frayed, some rubbing but no cracking to the joints. Overall very good and internally very clean.

With the signature of Mary Craven on upper margin of title and another dated 1802 on front fly. Seven Craven family births recorded on rear free endpaper, 1806-1843. Armorial bookplate on front pastedown. 


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CONNELLY, PIERCE: Domestic Emancipation from Roman Rule in England. A Petition to the Honourable House of Commons.

London. T. Hatchard, 1852. First edition. 8vo (8 3/4x 5 1/2 inches), 15-pages. Unbound pamphlet, stitched as ussued. Half-title & title browned. 


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CONNELLY, PIERCE: The Coming Struggle wth Rome, Not Religious but Political; or Words of Warning to the English People. Third edtion.

London: T. Hatchard, 1852. 8vo (8 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches), 40-pages. Unbound pamphlet stitched as issued; a trifle dusty. 


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CUNNINGHAM, PETER: A Handbook for London, Past and Present.

London: John Murray, 1849. Two volumes 8vo (8 1/4 x 5 inches), pages: lxxvi\;931:1. Original reddish brown cloth, some fading and marking. 1 inch split to one outer joint, inner joints cracked but holding, headbands bruised but overall good. Engraved armorial bookplate on front pastedown. 


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CUNNINGHAM, T: A New Treatise on the Laws concerning Tithes: Containing All the Statutes, Adjudged Cases .... The Third Edition, Corrected and Enlarged; with the addition of Several Cases never before printed.

Item No. 10750

London: by His Majesty's Law Printers for W. Griffin, 1748. 8vo (8 1/4 x 5 1/4 inches), later full tan calf with red and black lettering pieces; with the half titles. 304-pages plus unpaginated index. Some marginal staining to prelims. One worm hole affecting upper blank margin of prelims; generally very good. Modern signature on front free endpaper.


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DAVIES, DAVID: Echoes from the Welsh Hills; or Reminiscences of the Preachers and People of Wales. Illustrated by T. H. Thomas. De-luxe binding & Inscribed.

Item No. 16798

London: Alexander and Shepheard, 1883. First edition, Publisher's de-luxe binding. Frontispiece and illustrations. 8vo (7 1/2 x 5 inches), 460-pages. Publisher's full black morocco, the upper cover gilt lettered and gilt blocked with portrait of the author, the upper cover also blocked in blind with the Welsh hills, spine gilt in compartments, all edges gilt, wide inner gilt dentelles.

One-inch split at head of lower joint, headband a little chipped. The upper cover with bright gilt and attractive. Presentation inscription to Dr. & Mrs Rossiter from the author dated Weston-super-Mare June 1883.


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DAWSON, CHRISTOPHER: The Spirit of the Oxford Movement.

London: Sheed & Ward, 1945. 4th impression. 8vo (7 1/2 x 5 1/8 inches), 126-pages. Original black cloth lettered in red; overall good. 


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DEFOE, DANIEL: Charity still a Christian virtue: or, an impartial account of the tryal and conviction of the Reverend Mr. Hendley, for preaching a charity-sermon at Chisselhurst. And of Mr. Campman, Mr. Prat, and Mr. Harding ...... for collecting at the same time the alms of the congregation. At the Assizes held at Rochester, on Wednesday, July 15, 1719. Offer'd to the consideration of the clergy of the Church of England.

Item No. 8045

London: for T. Bickerton, 1719. Engraved frontispiece showing the charity collection in progress. 8vo, pp. (4):72, disbound. Very good. Anonymous.


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DEKKER, THOMAS: The Seven Deadly Sinnes of London: Drawne in seven severall Coaches, Through the seven severall Gates of the Citie Bringing the Plague with them. Opus septem Dierum.

Item No. 9112

Cambridge: at the University Press, 1905. Facsimile of the original edition published by E. A. and Nathaniel Butter in 1606. Limited edition of 250 copies. Small 4to, pp. 93, original quarter vellum, vellum lettering piece to upper cover, as issued. Vellum spotted, narrow vertical white line (paint?) on upper cover.


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DREW, G.S: Scripture Lands in connection with their History: With an Appendix, and Extracts from a Journal kept during an Eastern Tour in 1856-57.

London: Smith Elder, 1860. First edition. Folding map of Coshen and the Peninsula of Sinai as frontispiece. 8vo, pp.xxxii:438:16 (adverts.), original purple cloth; spine faded, headbands bumped; internally, page edges browned, inner hinge cracked, with a short tear to folded map at front of volume, generally, good.


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ECCLESIOLOGICAL LATE CAMBRIDGE CAMDEN SOCIETY, EDITED BY MEMBERS OF THE: Hierurgia Anglicana or Documents and Extracts Illustrative of the Ritual of the Church of England after the Reformation.

London: Rivington, 1848. First edition. Folding plates. 8vo (8 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches), pages: xxii:ii:397. Full contemporary Divinity calf lettered direct, all edges red. Very good. 


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FARRAR, ARCHDEACON: Lo the Winter is Past! An Easter Carol.

Item No. 13252

London: Ernest Nister, circa 1885. Chromolitho. illustrations, two heightened with gold. Square 8vo (7 1/4 x 6 1/2 inches), 6-leaves. Original embossed coloured pictorial card wrappers, stitched as issued. Very good. Verse. Printed in Bavaria.


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FERREY, BENJAMIN & BRAYLEY, EDWARD WEDLAKE: The Antiquities of the Priory of Christ-Church, Hants. Consisting of Plans, Sections, Elevations, Details, and Perspective Views; accompanied by Historical and Descriptive Accounts of the Priory Church; together with some general particulars .....

Item No. 14739

London: for Benjamin Ferrey, 1834. First edition. Engraved frontispiece and 19 plates with tissue guards. 4to (11 1/2 x 9 inches),, list of subscribers):100:xvi, original engraved boards sympathetically rebacked in period style with printed paper label to backstrip. A few short marginal tears to the text, some marginal age toning, corners rounded, but overall very good. Early relevant newspaper cuttings pasted to front pastedown. Ink stamp of the Royal Institution of Great Britain on lower margin of title, no other library markings.


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FOSTER, JOHN: Essays in a Series of Letters. Eigth Edition.

Item No. 17188

London: B. J. Holdsworth, 1826. 8vo (8 3/4 x 5 1/2 inches), 443-pages. Contemporary full olive calf, ornamental border in blind to sides, spine gilt in compartments and with burgundy lettering piece. Foxing to prelims. - remainder of text unaffected. Lettering piece chipped else this is a very attractive binding in otherwise excelent condition.


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FOXE, JOHN: The Book of Martyrs Revised, with Notes and an Appendix by the Rev. William Bramley-Moore, with Illustrations by Sir John Gilbert (& others).

Cassell, Pette, Galpin, London c. 1879 Plates, decorative borders throughout. 4to (10 3/8 x 7 1/2 inches), 724-pages. Contemporary full tan calf, gilt borders to sides,. Spine decoratively gilt in compartments and on raised bands, crimson letteing piece, all edges marbled. Contemporary signature and very small photographic portrait of the original owner on front free endpaper, Very good.


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GERVAISE, J. (Publisher): Sursum Corda ou élévations sur l'écriture sainte et les prières de l'église.

Item No. 18248

Paris: J. Gervaise, 1889. Title in red and black, red ruled throughout. 8vo (6 3/4 x 3 3/4 inches), 429-pages. Contemporary full vellum, wide decorative gilt border to sides, spine floral gilt extra and lettered direct, all edges red, decorative patterned endpapers; 1902 gift inscription on half-title.


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GILBERT, JAMES (Publisher): The Roman Catholic Question: A Copious Series of Important Documents of Permanent Historical Interest, on the Re-Establishment of the Catholic Hierarchy in England, 1850-51.

London: James Gilbert, 1851. First edition. 8vo (9 x 5 3/4 inches) . A series of individually paginated tracts. Original purple blindstamped cloth, spine faded, worn at headband, otherwise very good 


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GOULBURN, EDWARD MEYRICK: An Introduction to the Devotional Study of the Holy Scriptures. Seventh Edition. BOUND WITH: The Idle World; Short Religious Essays upon the Gift of Speech, and its employment in Conversation. Second edition, enlarged.

London Rivingtons, 1864. Two works bound in one volume. Small 8vo, pp. xvi193 & xv:148, contemporary full vellum, sides and spine ruled in gilt, all edges gilt, wide inner gilt dentelles; with the contemporary engraved ticket of G. Short, Bookseller, Bath, on front pastedown. Binding a little dust marked and scuffed but generally very good and very sound. Small signature on front pastedown.


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GRAVES, REV. RICHARD: The Spiritual Quixote or the Summer's Ramble of Mr Geoffrey Wildgoose. A Comic Romance to which is prefixed the Life of the Author.

Item No. 18544

Item No. 18544

London: for J. Walker (& many others), 1808. Engraved frontispiece and additional title. 12mo (5 1/4 x 3 1/4 inches), contemporary half black calf, marbled boards, spine gilt ruled and lettered direct. Engraved armorial bookplate on front pastedown. A very nice copy. A satire on the itinerant & illiterate preachers among the Methodists.


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HARMER, THOMAS; CLARKE, ADAM: Observations on various passages of Scripture, placing them in a New Light .... originally compiled by the Rev. Thomas Harmer from relations incidentally mentioned in Books of Voyages and Travels in the East. Fourth edition ..... with a new arrangement, many important additions, and innumerable corrections by Adam Clarke.

Item No. 17203

London: J. Johnson (& others), 1808. Engraved portrait & engraved folding plate "Lithostrotum Praenestinum" at end of volume 4. 4 volumes 8vo (8 5/8 x 5 1/2 inches), pages: cxxii:480; viii:536; viii:576; & vii:518. Nicely bound contemporary full diced brown calf, narrow ornamental gilt borders to sides, spine decoratively gilt in compartments and on headbands and with burgundy lettering and numbering pieces.

A little very minor rubbing, two small patches of loss of the polished surface to two rear boards, some light foxing or tanning, the text however generally unaffected. The bindings very attractive and in excellent & strong condition.

Amongst the chapter heading are: Concerning their living in tents; Concerning their Cities, Houses etc.; Relating to the Diet of the Inhabitants of the Eastern Countries; Concerning their manner of Travelling; Concerning the Literature, Books, etc. of the Eastern Nations; Concerning Egypt, the Adjoining Wilderness and the Red Sea etc.


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JAMIESON, ROBERT: Cyclopaedia of Religious Biography. A Series of Memoirs of the most Eminent Religious Characters of Modern Times. Third edition.

London: Richard Griffin, 1855. Frontispiece & extra pictorial title. 8vo (7 3/4 x 5 inches), 412-pages. Original red pebble grain cloth blocked in blind and gilt. Spine gilt dulled otherwise very good. 


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JOHNSTONE, JOHN [Publisher]: The Scottish Christain Herald. Second Series, No. 23. November, 1840. In original wrappers.

Item No. 13422

Edinburgh: John Johnstone, 1840. 1 issue. Large 8vo (10 1/2 x 7 inches), pages: iv:705-768:105-112 plus tipped-in advertisements. Original tan printed wrappers, uncut. A liitle foxing else good.


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JONES, SPENCER: Catholic Reunion.

Printed for the Confraternity of Unity by Basil Blackwell, Oxford, [ 1930 ]. First edition. 8vo (8 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches), 112-pages. Original blue cloth. Headband bumped, gilt lettering dulled otherwise very good. 


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KNOX, WILLIAM: The Bunch of Keys.

London: Elliott Stock, January - June 1861. The first six issues bound with general title. Title vignette. 8vo, pp.284, contemporary half black calf; binding very rubbed, browning to the text, one leaf with tear but without loss. A Christian monthly periodical.


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LARSEN, A.C: Nine works: Paul Breve; Jobs Bog; Johannes' Aabenbaring; Salomos Hojsang; Profeten Daniel og Esters Bog; Praedikerens Bog; Salomo's Ordsprog; Profeten Jesaja; & De Fem Mose-Boger.

Item No. 16263

Kjobenhavn: Philipsens or Bergmann's or Schubotheske or Reitzels, various years. Published 1890-1900. 9 volumes 8vo (8 x 5 1/4 inches), contemporary half tan calf with lettering piece, deeply grained boards, some rubbing but overall very sound. 5 of the volumes signed by Larsen on front free endpapers , one volume with an autograph letter to Larsen loosely inserted, dated 1900, signature indistinct. Heavy, extra postage will be requested.


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LEIGHTON, R. [ROBERT]: The Genuine Works of ... with a Preface by Philip Doddridge. A New Edition to which is now prefixed the Life of the Author by Erasmus Middleton.

Item No. 17293

London: for W. Baynes, 1819. Volumes 1-3 (of 4). Engraved portrait. 3 volumes 8vo (8 3/4 x 5 1/2 inches), contemporary full tan calf, gilt ruled to sides, spines gilt in compartments and with burgundy lettering and numbering pieces. Some rubbing, damp marking to portrait. Neatly rebacked at an ealy date retaining the original backstrips; corners rubbed.


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L'ERMITE, JEANNE: Deux Devouements.

Tours: Alfred Mame, 1885. Frontispiece. 8vo, pp. 240, contemporary quarter green morocco, spine gilt extra; an attractive copy in excellent condition.


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LORD'S SUPPER - PRAYERS & DEVOTIONS: The New Week's Preparation for a Worthy receiving of the Lords Supper, as Recommended and Appointed by the Church of England : Consisting of Meditations and Prayers for the Morning and Evening of every Day in the Week ....... a Companion at the altar.

Item No. 16545

London : printed by assignment from the executors of the late Edwd. Wicksteed, for Jno. Hinton, in Paternoster-Row, near Warwick Lane, circa 1770. The Thirty-fourth Edition. Two parts in one volume. Engraved and printed title, engraved frontispiece and printed title to 2nd part. Small 8vo (6 1/2 x 4 inches),pages: x:156:156, 19th Century half black calf, marbled boards; some rubbing but sound.

A letter from a father, tipped-in, presenting this to his son and inscribed William An'w Lobb, His Book June 25th 1857; and with a further inscription noting that he died by drowning in Cawsand Bay "about 1858". With further Lobb family notes.


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LUCAS, RICHARD: An Enquiry after Happiness, In Several Parts. Vol. 1 Of the Possibility of Obtaining Happiness, & Human Life or a Second Part of the Enquiry after Happiness. The Fourth Edition, Corrected.

Item No. 17756

Item No. 17756

London: S. Smith and B. Walford, 1704. Two volumes in one. 8vo (7 5/8 x 5 inches), pages: xx:308:1 (title to the 2nd part):248, old full tan calf with attractive 20th Century reback in tan calf, raised bands, and crimson lettering piece attractively decorated in gilt. Worm trails on some lower margins affecting a few letters of the last line of 16-pages, marginal repair to one leaf. Generally quite a crisp copy. Anon.


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MANNING, H.E. & OTHERS: 8 works concerning the Ecclesiastical Commission including Manning's The Principle of the Ecclesiastical Commission Examined. 1838.

London: Rivington; Hatchard & others. 1838-1839. 8 works bound in 1 volume. 8vo, 20th Century full buckram. Very good both internally & externally. The 8 works, in order of binding, are:

The Royal and Parliamentary Ecclesiastical Commissons. From the British Critic, re-printed for private distribution. 111-pages. London: by C. Roworth [1838].
KAYE, JOHN. A Letter to His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury on the Recommdations of the Ecclesiastical Commission. By John, Bishop of Lincoln. 42-pages. London: Rivington, 1938.
ANON. Observations on the Illegal and Unconstitiutional Character of the Ecclesiastical Commission, by a Layman. 89-pages plus 1 adverstisement leaf. Title inscribed "From the Author". Oxford: J. H. Parker, 1838.
SMITH, REV. SYDNEY. Second Letter to Archdeacon Singleton, being the Third of the Cathedral Letters. 43-pages. London: Longman, 1838.
SELWYN, GEORGE AUGUSTUS. Are Cathedral Institutions Useless ? A Practical Answer to this question. 41-pages. Eton: E. Williams, 1838.
MANNING, H.E. The Principle of the Ecclesiastical Commission Examined. 64-pages. London: Rivington, 1838.
ANON. Ecclesiastical Commission. A Letter to the Bishop of Exeter .... by a Dignitary of the Church. 80-pages. London: Rivington, 1839.
ANON. Vox Ecclesiae. The Judgement of the Bishops of the Church of England, and the Ecclesiastical Commission.9-pages. London: J. W. Parker, 1839. 


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MAURICE, FREDERICK DENISON: Mediaeval Philosophy; or A Treatise of Moral and Metaphysical Philosophy from the Fifth to the Fourteenth Century.

Item No. 6686b

Item No. 6686

London: Richard Griffin, 1857. 8vo, pp. 253: 8 (Griffin's List), original brown blindstamped cloth; covers mottled, spine bright, internally good. Part of ( but complete in itself) the cabinet edition of "the Encyclopaedia Metropolitana; or System of Universal Knowledge; on a Methodical Plan projected by Samuel Taylor Coleridge"


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MELVILLE, MONTAGU ROBERT: Reform, Not Subversion ! A Proposed Book of Common Prayer .... the Most Comprehensive Plan of Church Reform hitherto offered to the public.

London: Roake and Varty, 1834. First edition. 8vo (8 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches), 125-pages. Nicely bound later unlettered bukram; very good. Uncommon.


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MIDDLETON, CONYERS: A Free Inquiry into the Miraculous Powers, which are supposed to have subsisted in the Christian Church .....

Item No. 19119

Item No. 19119

London: for R. Manby and H.S. Cox, 1749. First edition. Small 4to (9 1/4 x 7 inches), pages: cxli:(1):232 plus unpaginated index. Contemporary full speckled calf, some leather stripped from both boards, upper hinge cracked but holding, front free endpaper detached. Very good internally. Bound with the half-title. Armorial bookplate of the Rev. T. Newcome 


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MILNER, JOSEPH: The History of the Church of Christ. Vol. VI : Containing an Account of the Progress of the Reformation to the period when it was established in Germany.

Item No. 17215

London: The Religious Tract Society, c. 1833. Volume 6 only (of 6). 8vo (7 1/4 x 4 1/2 inches), 496-pages. Contemporary half tan calf, marbled boards, the flat spine with gilt ornaments and gilt lettered direct. Very good. Anon.


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NEWMAN, JOHN HENRY: The Office and Work of Universities.

London:Longman, Brown, 1856. First edition. Small 8vo (7 x 4 1/2 inches), 384-pages. Blue grained cloth, spine darkened, headband worn. Printed slip, "From the Author" tipped-in before title. Very good. 


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NEWMAN, JOHN HENRY: A Letter addressed to His Grace the Duke of Norfolk on occasion of Mr. Gladstone's Recent Expostulation.

London: B. M. Pickering, 1875. 12th thousand. 8vo (9 x 5 3/4 inches) 131-pages. Contemporary 3/4 tan calf; some rubbing to joints, original printed wrappers bound-in at end. Bound for Hatchards. 


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NEWMAN, JOHN HENRY: Difficulties felt by Anglicans in Catholic Teaching. Fourth edition.

London: Burns, Oates [ 1872 ]. 8vo (7 3/4 x 5 1/4 inches), 496-pages. Original purple cloth. Spine dulled, headbands chipped else good, Early pencil annotations. 


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NEWMAN, JOHN HENRY: Loss and Gain: The Story of a Convert. Fourth edition.

London: Burns & Lambert, 1858. 8vo (7 x 4 1/2 inches), 352-pages. Blindstamped purple cloth. Hedbands worn, upper inner joints split. Contemporary name on front free endpaper. 


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NEWMAN, JOHN HENRY: The Via Media of the Anglican Church. Illustrated in Lectures, Letters, and Tracts written between 1830 and 1841.

London: Basil Montagu Pickering, 1877, First edition.Two volumes 8vo (7 34 x 5 inches), pages: xciv:355 & 419. Original purple cloth, spines dulled. Headbands chipped else very good. 


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NEWMAN, JOHN HENRY: The Office and Work of Universities.

London:Longman, Brown, 1856. First edition. Small 8vo (7 x 4 1/2 inches), 384-pages. Blue grained cloth, spine darkened, headband worn. Printed slip "From the Author" tipped-in before title. Very good. 


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NEWTON, THOMAS: Dissertations on the Prophecies, which have remarkably been fulfilled, and at this time are fulfilling in the World. Revised by the Rev. W. S. Dobson.

Item No. 17292

London: for Scott and Webster, c. 1835. Engraved portrait. 8vo (8 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches), pages: xvii:651, contemporary half calf, marbled boards, spine gilt on raised bands with black lettering piece. Prelims. browned, damp mark to portrait else good.


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OWEN, CHARLES: The Danger of the Church and Kingdom from Foreigners Consider'd; in Several Articles of the Highest Importance. The Second edition.

Item No. 7933

London: for A. Moore, 1722. 8vo, pp. 38, disbound. A number of page corners turned over or bumped. Anon. The bookseller's name in the imprint is fictitious.


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PECK, WILLIAM GEORGE: The Hale Lectures 1933 : The Social Implications of the Oxford Movement.

New York & London: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1933. 8vo (8 x 5 1/2 inches), 346-pages. Nicely bound recent burgundy grained cloth lettered in gilt; very good. 


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PERIODICAL: A Wesleyan Sunday School Magazine: Conducted by Managers of Wesleyan Sunday Schools. Volumes 1 & 2, Numbers 1-19.

London: Sherwood, Jones, & Co. May 1823 - November 1824. Two volumes in one. Illustrated with woodcuts throughout. 12mo, pp. 128:176, contemporary half black calf. Foxed, binding rubbed, title-page marked, various early inscriptions on endpapers. Lacking two leaves of text (pages 63-66 in Volume 1).


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PUSEY, EDWARD BOUVERIE; ARNOLD, THOMAS & OTHERS: 15 works concernibg Church Reform, published 1823-34. Including Pusey's Remarks on the ... Benefits of Cathedral Institutions. 1st edn. 1833 & Arnold's Principles of Church Reform. 1st edn. 1833.

London: Roake & Varty; Rivington; Cadell; Hatchard, & others. 1823-1834. The 15 works are bound into 2 volumes 8vo, 20th Century full buckram. Very good both internally and externally. The 15 are, in order of binding, the following:
[RENNELL, THOMAS]. A Letter to Henry Brougham ..... upon his Durham Speech ..... on the subject of the Clergy .... 104-pages. London: Rivington, 1823. Name of author added in ink to the title-page. With the half-title.
ANON. Examination of Recent Works on Church Reform being an article published in No.1 of the London Review. 106-pages. Signature on title. London: Saunders & Otley, 1829.
[MAGEE, WILLIAM]. The Principle of the Union between Church and State ..... in a charge to His Clergy. Published by theArchbishop of Dublin in the Year 1827. 64-pages. London: Re-printed for T. Cadell, 1829.
[CARD, HENRY]. A Letter to the Duke of Wellington on the Reasonableness of a Church Reform by a Member of the Establishment. Second edition, revised & enlarged . 106-pages, with the half-title which is inscribed, "With the Author's Best Respects". London: for J. Rodwell, 1830.
SLADE, REV. JAMES. A Letter on Church Reform addressed to the Lord Bishop of London. 96-pages. London: Rivingtons, 1830.
PUSEY, EDWARD BOUVERIE. Remarks on the Prospective and Past Benefits of Cathedral Institutions. 135-pages. London: Roake and Varty, 1832.
TOWNSEND, REV. GEO. A Plan for Abolishing Pluralities and Non-Residence in the Church of England. 98-pages. London: Rivington, 1833.
[ROBINSON, GEORGE]. Draft of a Petition to the King, against Lord Althorp's Proposed Bill for Church-Reform in Ireland plainly proving that Bill to be in open breach of the Coronation Oath. 23-pages. London: Roake & Varty, 1833.
DUNCOMBE. EDWARD. A Guide to Church Reform. 89-pages. London: J. Hatchard, 1833.
WETHERELL, B.J. Church Reform. A Letter to Viscount Althorp .... on Ecclesiastical Leases, 46-pages. London: Longman, 1833.
ARNOLD, THOMAS. Principles of Church Reform. 88-pages. London: Fellowes, 1833.
STOPFORD, EDWARD. A Letter addressed to the Clergy of the Diocese of Raphoe. Caused by Two Letters of the Rev. R.J. M'Ghee .... on the present situation of the Church, 49-pages, Dublin: Richard Milliken, 1833.
HENLEY, LORD. A Plan for a New Arrangement and increase in number of the Dioceses of England ad Wales. 46-pages. Large folding hand-coloured map. London: Roake & Varty, 1834.
[GREAVES, RICHARD]. An Urgent Plea for an immediate Revision of the Articles and Homilies of the United Church of England and Ireland. 53-pages. London: Hamilton Adams, 1834.
DUNCOMBE, EDWARD. A Letter on the Hierarchy of the Church of England, 100-pages plus 1 advertisement leaf. London: J. Hatchard, 1834. NB. The dark patch on Henley's map is merely a shadow. 


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Item No. 19264

[Amsterdam: Henry Dusauzet, 1730]. Printed text with musical notation throughout. Bound without the title-page. Miniature book (2 3/4 x 1 3/4 inches), unpaginated but to Y6 in 8's. 19th Century full tan calf, sides gilt ruled, spine with gilt rules and ornaments, burgundy lettering piece and name "A. Chaster" in gilt on upper cover. Some browning to margin of first leaf which has a short tear to blank corner else good. 


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RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY (Publishers): The Child's Companion; or, Sunday Scholar's Reward. Vol. IV, New Series.

London: The Religious Tract Society, 1835. Engraved frontispiece with tissue guard and woodcuts throughout. 12mo (4 1/4 x 2 3/4 inches), pages: vi:380. Contemporary full burgundy calf, narrow gilt rules to sides, ornamental gilt blocking to spine and lettered direct. Some browning to endpapers. Overall a pretty little volume in excellent condition.


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RICAUT, PAUL: Histoire de l'estat present de l'eglise Grecque et de l'eglise Armenienne par M. le Chevalier Ricaut; traduite de l'Anglois par M. De Rosemond.

Item No. 18320

A Middelbourg: Gilles Horthemels, 1692. First edition of this first French translation from the London 1st edition of 1679. Small 8vo (6 x 3 1/2 inches), pages: (46):444, contemporary full calf, spine gilt extra within raised bands with burgundy lettering piece, all edges red. Very well and attractively bound & in excellent condition. Small purple oval stamp of St. Patrick's College Library, Maynooth, on verso of title (with slight show through) and at blank base of last page; no other markings.


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RIGG, JAMES H: Oxford High Anglicanism and its Chief Leaders.

London: Charles H. Kelly, 1895. First edition. 8vo (9 x 5 3/4 inches), 348-pages. Original black grained cloth. Headband worn else very good. 


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SCOTT, JOB: A Journal of the Life, Travels, and Gospel Labors of that Faithful Servant and Minister of Christ Job Scott.

Item No. 17888

New York printed: London reprinted by James Phillips, 1797. 8vo (6 3/4 x 4 inches), pages: xii:(2):354, contemporary sheep; backstrip very worn, lacking lower board, upper board detached. Front free endpaper detached, bookplate. Some tanning to title.


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SEARLE, THOMAS: A Companion for the Season of Maternal Solicitude, with an Appendix, containing Hints for the Nursery. Third edition.

London: Johnston, 1839. 12mo, pp.vii:208 original ribbed cloth; binding spine faded with a slight crease to the cloth across it; internally, page edges browned, front free-endpaper removed, some foxing, else a good copy.


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SEELEY, ROBERT BENTON: Letters to a Dissenter being an abridgement of "Essays on the Church" by a Layman.

London: R.B. Seeley and W. Burnside, 1838. 12mo (6 1/4 x 4 inches), pages: 158:16(adverts), original diced brown cloth; binding spotted, prelims. foxed. Anonymous.


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SHIPLEY, ORBY [Edit.]: Lyra Eucharistica: Hyms and Verses on the Holy Communion. Ancient and Modern; with other poems. Together with: Lyra Messianica. Hyms and Verses on the Life of Christ; & Lyra Mystica, Hyms and Verses on Sacred Subjects. Three volumes.

Item No 17368

London: Longman, Green, 1869. The first title a second edition. The second title a second edition, revised and enlarged. The third title a first edition. Three volumes 12mo (6 3/4 x 4 1/4). Uniformly and attracrively bound contemporary full bevelled vellum, narrow gilt rules to sides, spines gilt in compartments and with burgundy lettering pieces, all edges gilt. Some dustmarking to bindings but very attractive and strongly bound. Foxing to prelims. Contemporary gift inscription to one front free endpaper.


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SHORT, BERNARD C: Early Days of Noncormity in Poole.

Item No. 10635

Poole (Dorset): J. Looker, The Wessex Press, 1927. First (& only?) edition. Plates. 8vo, pp.(3):76, original printed boards; headband pulled, generally sound.


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SMITH, JOHN PYE: The Relation between The Holy Scriptures and some parts of Geological Science. The Fourth Edition, greatly enlarged.

Item No. 17157

Item No. 17157

London: Jackson & Walford, 1848. 8vo (8 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches), pages: xvi:407. Finely bound contemporary polished tan calf, gilt rules and ornaments to sides enclosing large diced panel, spine gilt in four compartments and with double burgundy lettering pieces. Some light spotting to diced panels, narrow band of fading to upper margin of lower cover, foxing to prelims. and some scattered foxing within. With the half-title. Overall an excellent, unusual, and most attractive binding.


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SMITH, WILLIAM [Editor]: The Old Testament History, from the Creation to the Return of the Jews from Captivity. In the series, " The Student's Scripture History ".

London: John Murray, 1886. New edition. Frontispiece, illustrations, and folding maps. 8vo, pp. xii:619, contemporary half green calf, spine ruled in gilt; spine now faded to brown else excellent. Armorial bookplate on front fly.


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STOKES, GEORGE: The Jewish Nation; containing an account of their Manners and Customs, Rites and Worship, Laws and Polity. A New Edition.

Item No. 10347

London: The Religious Tract Society n.d. ca. 1850. Folding engraved frontispiece, title vignette, illustrations throughout. Small 8vo, pp.iv:467, contemporary full tan morocco, elaborately blocked in gilt and blind. Headband a little frayed, spine and edges rubbed, spine faded. Some offsetting of frontispiece to title. Anonymous.


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WALSH, WALTER: The History of the Romeward Movement in the Church of England 1833-1864.

London: James Nisbet, 1900. First edition. 8vo (9 x 5 3/4 inches), pages: 428:56, original green cloth. Inscription on front pastedown, some marginal tanning, overall good. 


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WARD, W.G: The Ideal of a Christian Church Considered in Comparison with Existing Practice, containing a Defence of Certain Articles in the British Critic in Reply to Remarks on them in Mr. Palmer's 'Narrative'. Second edition.

London: James Toovey, 1844. 8vo (9 x 6 inches), 601-pages. Finely bound in later 3/4 crushed crimson morocco, spine gilt ruled in compartments within raised bands & gilt lettered direct, top edge gilt. The binding for Harrods. 


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WARD, WILFRID: William George Ward and the Oxford Movement. Second edition.

London: Macmillan, 1890. Portrait. 8vo (9 x 5 1/2), 481-pages. Nicely bound recent maroon grained cloth lettered in gilt. University Library blindstamp on title, no other Library marking. 


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WHITE, HENRY GOSTLING: Sermons on Subjects Doctrinal and Practical.

for the Author and Published by Joyce Gold, London, 1822. First edition. Two volumes. 8vo (8 1/2 x 5 1/4 inches), pages: 351 & 435. Contemporary full tan diced calf, spines gilt in 4 compartments with lettering and numbering pieces. Joints rubbed, short crack to one joint, headbands chipped. 


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WILSON, THOMAS & STEBBING, HENRY: A Short and Plain Instruction for the Better Understanding of the Lord's Supper by Wilson & A Brief Account of Prayer and the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper by Stebbing.

Item No. 17915

Item No. 17915

London: Rivington, 1812. The second work published by Rivington in 1815. Two works in one volume. The Wilson 35th edition corrected, the Stebbing 5th edition. 8vo 7 x 4 1/4 inches), pages: xii:180:xii:203, contemporary full marbled calf, several small patches of surface loss to upper cover, title of first work browned, else good.


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WISE, JOHN AYSHFORD: A Few Words from the Eton Grammar (Nomine grammaticus re barbarus) in Reply to a Few Words on Church Reform by John Ayshford Wise (Vir sapit qui pauca loquitur).

Item No. 5711

Torquay: Printed by Edward Cockrem, 1832. 8vo, pp.17, unbound, stitched as issued. Slightly dusty & foxed. Very rare.


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WISEMAN, CARDINAL: Essays on Various Subjects.

London: Charles Dolman, 1853. First edition. Volumes 1 & 2 (of 3). 8vo (9 x 5 3/4 inches), pages: 644 & 494, original purple blindstamped cloth. Two-inch split to cloth of outer joint of Volume 2. Headbands worn, inner joints split. Library stamp of the Catholic Apostolic Church, Gordon Sq. on titles and shelf numbers on spines. Internally very good. 


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WILSON, JOSHUA; HADFIELD, GEORGE; BROUGHAM, LORD; EVANS, JAMES; TALFOURD, T. N; SHEPPARD, JOHN; GROVE, W. R: Wilson's English Presbyterian Chapels & Are Unitarians Christians; Hadfield's Lancashire Independent College; Brougham's Letters on Law Reform; Evans's Letter to James Graham; Talfourd's Queen v. Moxon; Sheppard's Missions; Grove's Physical Science.

London: 1842, 1839, 1843, 1841, 1844. 8 pamphlets bound in one volume. 8vo (8 1/4 x 5 1/4 inches). 19th Century striking half purple calf, marbled boards, spine extravagantly & unusually gilt with crimson lettering piece.

Item No. 17137

Item No. 17137

Item No. 17137

Item No. 17137

The volume contains:

WILSON, JOSHUA. English Presbyterian Chapels proved to have been Orthodox Foundations, appropriated to Trinitarian Worship .... pages:iv:36. London: Jackson & Walford, 1844. Inscribed and signed by the author on title.

HADFIELD, GEORGE. An Address intended to have been delivered on the occasion of laying the Foundation Stone of the Lancashire Independent College at Withington, near Manchester on the 23rd September, 1840. pages: iv:78. London: Hamilton Adams, 1841. (The address intended for the laying of the Sttone was not accomplished due to the collapse of a platform during the ceremony and the consequent injury of many of those attending).

BROUGHAM, LORD. Letters on Law Reform to the Right Hon. Sir J.R.G. Graham. 87-pages. London: James Ridgway, 1843.

EVANS, JAMES COOK. Letter to Sir James Graham ... on the Education Clauses of the Factory Bill .... Seventh Thousand. 12-pages. London: Ward & Co. 1843.

TALFOURD, THOMAS NOON. Speech for the Defendant, in the prosecution of The Queen v. Moxon, for the Publication of Shelley's Works. Delivered in the Court of Queen's Bench, June 23, 1841, and revised by T.N. Talfourd, Sergeant at Law. 58-pages. London: Edward Moxon, 1841. (inscription from the author's wife on upper margin of the half-title partly trimmed by the binder).

SHEPPARD, JOHN. A Lecture on Christian Missions to the Heathen delivered at the request of the ... Baptist Missionary Society. 47-pages, with the half-title. London: Jackson & Walford, 1843.

WILSON, JOSHUA. Are Unitarians Christians? The Judgement of Baxter and the English Presbyterian Fathers and Founders. pages: (2):52. London: Ball, Arnold, 1839. Inscription from the author at head of title partly trimmed by the binder.

GROVE, WILLIAM ROBERT. A Lecture on the Progress of Physical Science since the opening of the London Institution. Delivered on Wednesday, the 19th of January, 1842. Title vignette of the Institution. pages: iv:5-46. Printed by Order of the Managers [Not Published], 1842.


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WILSON, THOMAS: Thirty Three Sermons selected from the Works of ....Thomas Wilson, Lord Bishop of Sodor and Man.

Item No. 17913

Item No. 17913

Bath: Printed by Richard Cruttwell, London: Sold by F.C. and J. Rivington, 1811. Two volumes in one. 8vo (7 x 4 1/4 inches, pages: 246:220. Contemporary marbled tan calf, the upper cover blocked in blind, "Society for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge". Crimson lettering piece. Vertical crease to backstrip, upper panel of spine chipped. Joints firm.


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WRIGHT, PAUL: The new and complete family prayer-book, or Church of England man's divine library: being An Universal Illustration, Commentary, Exposition, and Paraphrase on The Book of Common-Prayer And Administration of the Sacraments, and other Rites, Ceremonies, and Offices of the Church, according to the Use of the Church of England: Together with the Psalter or Plalms of David. Containing at Large, the whole Service (public and Private, for Sundays, Holidays, &c.) of our Church, with all the Rubricks, &c. complete: Namely, The Calendar, with the Table of Lessons-The Order for Morning Prayer-The Order for Evening Prayer-Tables and Rules for the Feasts and Fasts throughout the Year-The Order how the Psalter is appointed to be Read-The Order how the Rest of the Holy Scripture is appointed to be Read-A Table of proper Lessons and Psalms-The Creed of St. Athanasius-The Litany-Prayers and Thanksgivings upon several Occasions-Collects, Epistles, and Gospels, to be used at the Ministration of the Holy Communion throughout the Year-The Order of the Ministration of the Holy Communion-The Order of Baptism both Public and Private-The Order of Baptism for those of Riper Years-The Catechism, with the Order for Confirmation of Children-The Form of Solemnization of Matrimony-Visitation of the Sick, and Communion of the Sick-The Order for the Burial of the Dead-Thanksgiving for Women after Child-Bearing-A Commination, or Denouncing of God's Anger and Judgment against Sinners-The Psalter, or Psalms of David-Forms of Prayer to be used at Sea-A Form of Prayer for the Fifth Day of November, for Deliverance from the Gunpowder Plot-A Form of Prayer for the Thirtieth Day of January-A Form of Prayer for the Nine and Twentieth Day of May, or Restoration of the Royal Family-A Form of Prayer for the Twenty-Fifth Day of October. Also, A Companion to and Preparation for the Altar, The New and Old Versions of the Psalms, The Form or Manner of Making, Ordaining, and Consecrating of Bishops, Priests, and Deacons; The Acts for the Uniformity of the Common-Prayer-The Preface, as settled by the original Compilers of our excellent Liturgy-Directions concerning the Service and Ceremonies-The Articles of Religion-Constitutions and Canons of the Church-Ratification-Table of Kindred and Affinity-A Manual of Prayers for every Day in the Week, &c. &c. &c. Comprehending Likewise, The whole Substance of every Thing Liturgical in all former Expositors, Ritualists, Commentators, and other learned Divines who have wrote on any Part of the Subject, collected and inserted in their proper Order, and interspersed throughout with practical Observations; all the Material, Obscure, and Intricate Passages, Fasts, Festivals, Saints-Days, Apostolical and Canonical; Prayers, Epistles, Gospels, Psalms, Collects, Lessons, &c. throughout the Year, being faithfully fully, clearly, and comprehensively elucidated. With Notes, Theological, Critical, Moral, Historical, Systematical, Practical, and Explanatory, at the Bottom of each Page; Carefully extracted from the most eminent and pious Bishops and other Divines of our Church, such as Hoadley, Comber, Burnet, Warner, Beveridge, Nicholls, Burkitt, Saunderson, Wheatley, Clarke, Cave, Shuckford, Butler, Cosins, Wilkins, Wilson, Sparrow, Lowth, Barrow, L'estrange, Usher, Bennet, Mede, Atterbury, Hurd, Jortin, Kennicot, Lardner, Leland, Secker, Newton, Seed, Orr, Sherlock, South, Tillotson, Sharpe, Howard, Johnson, Porteus, Pearce, Hall, and others. Including a Comparison of our Liturgy with the Rituals of the Primitive Churches, wherein our established Form of Devotion is proved by Scripture, Reason, and Antiquity, both lawful and necessary, with an Account of such Alterations as have been made since it was first compiled in the Reign of King Edward VI. and the particular Reasons which occasioned them. The exact Method and Harmony of all the Offices are shown, together with Observations on Psalmody, Church-Music, Ornaments, &c. The Whole forming a valuable Work, very useful for all Christian Families, to excite Devotion, and enable every One to Pray with the Understanding. By Paul Wright, D. D. - F. S. A. Vicar of Oakley and Rector of Snoreham, in Essex, late of Pembroke-Hall, Cambridge; Author of The Complete British Family Bible, being a real New Exposition and Commentary on the Holy Scriptures-of The New and Complete Life of our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus-Christ and his Apostles, &c. - and of the New and Complete Book of Martyrs, being Fox's Martyrs revised, corrected, and improved, the only perfect and elegant Work of the Kind. Embellished with a numerous Set of elegant Copper-Plate engravings, more highly and curiously finished than those given with any other Work of the Kind whatever. The Artists engaged in their elegant Executions are the justly celebrated Messrs. Grainger, Taylor, Rennoldson, Morris, Royce, Roberts, Seaco, Conder, Parker, Myles, Hawkins, Thornton, Page, and others, whose Ingenuity has done Honour to the English Nation; and who are taking this exquisite Set of Copper-Plates (which on Account of their superior Excellence, will cost the Proprietor upwards of One Thousand Pounds) from Original Designs made by Mr. Hamilton, Mr. West, Mr. June, Samuel-Wale, Esq. of the Royal Academy, and the finest Paintings of the most esteemed Masters, such as Raphael Urbin, Rubens, Vandyke, Picart, &c. and the Whole curiously ornamented by the ingenious Mr. Clowes and other Masters. Engraved frontispiece and 49 engraved plates although only 35 are called for in the "Directions to the Book-Binder" and one engraved map. Plate 27 of St. Philip would appear to be not present and the plate "The Lame Man healed by St. Peter" is replaced with a plate showing Jesus curing a Damsel "who arose and walked".

For Alex Hogg, London n.d. c. 1795. Folio (14 1/2 x 9 1/4 x 1 5/8 inches), unpaginated. Old full black grained calf; edge rubbed, some wear to headbands, short splits to joints. Overall very good, clean internally, strongly bound. 


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ZOLLIKOFER, GEORGE JOACHIM . Translated by Rev. William Tooke: Sermons on Prevalent Errors and Vices, and on Various Other Topics, from the German by the Rev. William Tooke. In two volumes.

Item No. 5970

London: Longman, 1812. Two volumes. 8vo, pp. lxv:566:(2, adverts.) & viii:645:(3, adverts.) contemporary full grained crimson calf; endpapers foxed, spines dulled and somewhat rubbed but an attractive binding in good order. The spines lettered Zollifoffer 9 & 10 thus these two volumes must at some time formed a part of a larger collection of Zollifofer's works. These two volumes are however complete in themselves. From the library of the translator with his armorial bookplates.


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