The LIFE And POSTHUMOUS WORKS Of RICHARD CLARIDGE,Being Memoirs and Manuscripts relating to his experiences and progress in religion: His Changes in Opinion, and Reasons for them. With essays in defence of several principles and Practices of the People call';d Quakers. Collected by Joseph Besse

Quaker biography]. [Claridge, Richard, 1649 - 1723]. Besse, Joseph [1683 - 1757] - Collected by. Murray, Lindley [1745 - 1826] - Previous owner

Editorial: Printed and Sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, London, 1726
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[24], 576, [12] pp. An essay on baptism and the supper [separate, dated t.p., p. 335]; Tractatus de Trinitate, or, An essay on the doctrine of the trinity [separate, dated t.p., p. 388]; An essay on the doctrine of Christ's satisfaction for the sins of mankind [separate, dated t.p., p. 420]; An essay on tithes [drop title, p. 456]; An essay on Liberty of Conscience [drop title, p. 491]; An essay on Evangelical Purity [drop title, p. 456]. 8vo: A^8 a^4 B - 2O^8 2P^4 2Q^2. With the bookplate and ownership signature of noted Quaker and grammarian Lindley Murray to the fpd and ffep, respectively. Binding - Fine. Text: previous owners' bookplates to front pastedown, ink names to ffep; small binder's label to rear paste-down. Light soiling and foxing, faint damp-staining to head/foot margins of beginning and end leaves. Fore-edge of one leaf shows minor loss. Prior owner inked marginal annotation, p. 449. Overall, VG. Modern full speckled calf binding, decorated in blind in a period style. N° de ref. de la librería 40531

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Título: The LIFE And POSTHUMOUS WORKS Of RICHARD ...

Editorial: Printed and Sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, London

Año de publicación: 1726

Edición: 1st Edition (Smith FRIENDS 1.414).

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