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A Dialogue Betwixt Two Protestants (In Answer to a Popish Catechism, called, A Short Catechism against All Sectaries)

A Dialogue Betwixt Two Protestants (In Answer to a Popish Catechism, called, A Short Catechism against All Sectaries)

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A Dialogue Betwixt Two Protestants (In Answer to a Popish Catechism, called, A Short Catechism against All Sectaries)

by [Rawlet, John]

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London: Printed for Samuell Tidmarsh, 1685. First edition. Leather Bound. Near Fine. 4 7/8 x 7 1/4 inches. 1 ffep + title page + A3 - A4 + b (8 page quire) + B - R (8 leaf quires) + S (4 page quire) + 1 rfep. Complete including first and last blanks. Library stamp (Episcopal Theological School Cambridge, Mass.) to title. A few light stains, but pages otherwise bright and clean. Bound in beautiful modern brown calf with blindrolled border and gilt corner accents to both boards and new endpapers. Spine with four raised bands creating five compartments, each band set with gilt band above and below and red spine label with gilt "Prot:Dialog." An even scarcer variant of a scarce work. ESTCR232105, see ESTCR11422. A very scarce Anglican defense against Roman Catholic criticisms.

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Title
A Dialogue Betwixt Two Protestants (In Answer to a Popish Catechism, called, A Short Catechism against All Sectaries)
Author
[Rawlet, John]
Format/Binding
Leather Bound
Book Condition
Used - Near Fine
Quantity Available
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Edition
First edition
Publisher
Printed for Samuell Tidmarsh
Place of Publication
London
Date Published
1685
Keywords
Anglican controversial Roman Catholic 17th

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St. Wulfstan's specializes in antiquarian religious books, especially Bibles, Prayer Books, and other texts in the Catholic, Anglican, Episcopal or Presbyterian traditions. We are known for our extensive inventory of liturgical texts (such as the Book of Common Prayer) and related books.The inventory ranges from historically significant and very rare texts to affordable copies of prayer books from the U.S. and Great Britain.

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Calf
Calf or calf hide is a common form of leather binding. Calf binding is naturally a light brown but there are ways to treat the...
First Edition
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FFEP
A common abbreviation for Front Free End Paper. Generally, it is the first page of a book and is part of a single sheet that...
Spine Label
The paper or leather descriptive tag attached to the spine of the book, most commonly providing the title and author of the...
Fine
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Title Page
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New
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Gilt
The decorative application of gold or gold coloring to a portion of a book on the spine, edges of the text block, or an inlay in...
Raised Band(s)
Raised bands refer to the ridges that protrude slightly from the spine on leather bound books. The bands are created in the...
RFEP
The portion of the endpaper which is left loose after binding. The first loose page upon opening a book from the rear. It may be...
Spine
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