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LOYOLA: Jesuitism in its Rudiments by  Isaac Taylor - First Edition - from OLD WORKING BOOKS & Bindery (Est. 1994) and Biblio.com

LOYOLA: Jesuitism in its Rudiments

by Taylor, Isaac

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London: Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans (Spottiswoodes & Shaw), 1849. Illustrated by BW port frontis. First edition. Rebound in Hewit acid free (AF) cloth and AF half black calf with AF French marbled eps, marbled edges. Cr.8vo. pp. viii, 374. Very Good/No jacket/Ex-Lib. Only library mark covered on title page, marbled edges a bit darkened, several tiny corner page chips. Beautiful tight copy. [We restore and rebind books and sets]..


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