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Idols and Ideals:  with An Essay on Christianity by  Moncure Daniel Conway - First Edition - 1877 - from Auger Down Books and

Idols and Ideals: with An Essay on Christianity

by Conway, Moncure Daniel

Condition: Good

Henry Holt & Co.. Hardcover. New York, 1877. 8vo, 137 pp. Early reprint of the 1871 first edition. A very scarce theological tract from Conway, an abolitionist and friend of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Good condition, with hinges starting, some fraying to cloth at head and heel of spine, and some small marks in pencil (we have left them due to the fragile nature of the paper). Remains attractive and usable. Quite scarce. . Good. 1877. First Edition.


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