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Observations On The Distinguishing Views And Practices Of The Society Of Friends Second American from the Seventh London Edition

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Observations On The Distinguishing Views And Practices Of The Society Of Friends Second American from the Seventh London Edition

by Gurney, Joseph John

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  • hardcover
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New York: William Wood & Company. Very Good+. 1880. Hardcover. Brown blindstamped cloth with gilt lettering and decoration on spine, some fading of spine, top edge of front cover. 338 pages; label of Oak Grove Seminary Library inside front cover, small sticker on spine; some rubbing, slight fraying, of cloth at top of spine; otherwise unmarked, clean, very tight, copy; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

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Bookseller
Frenchboro Books US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
22795
Title
Observations On The Distinguishing Views And Practices Of The Society Of Friends Second American from the Seventh London Edition
Author
Gurney, Joseph John
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - Very Good+
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
William Wood & Company
Place of Publication
New York
Date published
1880
Keywords
Religion, Society Of Friends, Quaker, Views, PRACTICES, Distinctive, Ideas

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We handle books from academic libraries (from institutions and scholars), both deaccessions and gift books from alumni, and from closed Seminary Bookstores. Our original location was on a remote island in Maine, the Island of Frenchboro, and thus the origin of our name. For a time we operated a brick and mortar store in Bangor four days a week, and then moved that to the Antique Marketplace on Main Street in Bangor, which still caries some of our stock. The major stock of our business is now housed in Louisville, Colorado. Our listings can include a wide range of material, but the majority are non-fiction, scholarly works.

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