Theology: Explained and Defended, in a Series of Sermons; with a Memoir of the Life of the Author (3 Volumes of 4)
by Dwight, Timothy
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New Haven, CT: T. Dwight & Son, 1843. Full Leather. Volumes 2, 3 and 4 of the Four Volume 1843 edition (Lacking Vol 1). Published New Haven, CT: T. Dwight & Son, 1843. 8vo., 6" x 9." 558, 560, 552 pp. Bound in full calf with black leather spine labels. Leather scuffed, endpapers foxed along the edges, moderate uniform background toning in text block, else very good, pages clean, crisp, bindings tight.. Hard. Very Good. 8vo.
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