Bound volume of nine of her tracts (see list below).: SOUTHCOTT, Joanna Bound volume of nine of her tracts (see list below).: SOUTHCOTT, Joanna

Bound volume of nine of her tracts (see list below).

SOUTHCOTT, Joanna

Editorial: London Stourbridge &c. -5, 1804
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Nine tracts in one vol., 8vo., various paginations but each complete, very minor general soiling and occasional foxing, endpapers spotted and worn, contemporary half calf over worn marbled boards, sympathetically rebacked and labelled. With the early ownership signature of Wm Wadman> and a later presentation inscription: The gift of the late Mrs. Wadman to her friend Sarah Richardson, Saturday January 10th 1829.> The collection comprises: 1. Copies and parts of copies of letters and communications, written from Joanna Southcott, and transmitted by Miss Townley to Mr. W. Sharp, in London.> [London: printed by S. Rousseau, 1804]. 8vo., caption title, 92pp. Wright* 22. 2. Mr. Joseph Southcott, the brother of Joanna Southcott, will now come forward as Dinah's brethren did; that they shall not deal with his sister, as they would with a harlot; for so they are now dealing with her. And he will prove to the world where the adultery is committed, by men who are uncircumcised in heart and life (&c. &c.)> London: printed by S. Rousseau; and sold by E.J. Field . two doors from the Angel Inn; and the Miss Eveleigh's, St. Sidwell's, Exeter. 1804. Wright 23. 3. Letters and communications of Joanna Southcott, the prophetess of Exeter: lately written to Jane Townley.> Stourbridge: printed by J. Hemming. 1804. 8vo., 128pp. Wright 24. 4. The trial of Joanna Southcott, during seven days, which commenced on the fifth, and ended on the eleventh, of December 1804. At the Neckinger House, Bermondsey, near London.> London: printed by S. Rousseau (&c.). 1804. 8vo., 152pp. Wright 25. 5. Joanna Southcott's answer to Garrett's book, entitled 'Demonocracy detected . visionary enthusiasm corrected; or, sixpennyworth of good advice selected from the Scriptures of Truth: by the Rev. Jeremiah Learmoult Barrett. Author of Rays of Everlasting Light'. Also, remarks on an engraved print, published by the said Garrett of his own head: with marvellous and wonderful accompaniments, wherein the demon is detected, dissected --------- who soon will be corrected, and all his adherents rejected.> London: printed by A. Seale. Sold by E.J. Field (&c. &c.). [1805]. 8vo., (2) + 22pp. Wright 26. 6. The second book of sealed prophecies. An address to the public, written in 1796. Taken from the sealed writings of Joanna Southcott, February 20, the Fast Day, 1805.> London: S. Rousseau (&c. &c.). 8vo., drophead title, 136pp. Wright 36a. 7. [CROSSLEY, John & JOWETT, William]> A vindication of Joanna Southcott's writings; being a reply to an anonymous pamphlet, published against her at Halifax.> Leeds: printed by Edward Baines. 1805. 8vo., 28pp. Wright 164. 8. The Kingdom of Christ is at hand. Being an answer to a book, dated April 8, 1805, printed at Halifax in Yorkshire, and signed a Lover of the Truth of God; By Joanna Southcott: with an explanation how the Lord pleaded with men in the past ages, and how He will plead with all flesh at His Second Coming; and an examination of baptism, and the use and meaning of Church Ordinances, and of the sealing of the people, in these latter days.> London: printed by A. Seale (&c. &c.). [1805?]. 8vo., 62pp. Wright 35. 9. The controversy between Joanna Southcott and Elias Carpenter, one of her judges, made public. Part I. [ - Part II; - Part III].> London, S. Rousseau [1805]. 8vo., caption title to first part, 144pp. Wright 38, 39 & 40. A good group of scarce material by and about Joanna Southcott (1750-1814), the Devonshire milkmaid and domestic servant who, at the age of 42, declared that God had chosen her to announce His return. She published at least 65 books and pamphlets and was the subject of devotion by her disciples and much scepticism by everybody else. * Wright refers to Eugene P. Wright's Catalogue of the Joanna Southcott collection at the University of Texas,> published by the University in 1968. N° de ref. de la librería 25774

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Título: Bound volume of nine of her tracts (see list...

Editorial: London Stourbridge &c. -5

Año de publicación: 1804

Encuadernación: Hardcover

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