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Documents of the Christian Church

By Henry Bettenson, (editor);

Oxford, England: Oxford University Press / Geoffrey Cumberledge, 1953. Decorative Cloth. Very Good/Without dust jacket. Sextodecimo, 6" tall, xviii + 456 pages + 16 ads, decorative blue cloth, thin paper, sewn binding, gilt spine titles. A very good, neat, sturdy hard cover edition with minor shelf wear and rubbing at the corners, hinges and binding solid, paper lightly yellowed, BUT previous owner's name penned on front endpaper and several pages with underlining. Lacking dust jacket.This is one of the original, well bound, compact, 'World's Classics' series, perfect for the pocket, and though older than the average reader, will hold up to many more readings in the future.



By Denormandie, Rev. James, D.D

Cambridge, Massachusetts: John Wilson / Massachusetts Historical Society, 1908. First Edition. Original Wraps. Very Good. Octavo, 9 1/2" tall, 26 pages, sewn binding, stiff gray wraps. A very good, clean original copy of this pamplet issued by the Massachusetts Historical Society from their annual Proceeedings. Though the interior is near fine and the binding sturdy and paper moderately yellowed with a bump to the top edge, the exterior stock has become fragile with age and is starting to chip at the edges


The ANGLICAN EPISCOPATE IN CONNECTICUT (1784 -1899): A Sheaf of Biographical and Institutional Studies for Churchmen and Historians With Early Ecclesiastical Documents

By Cameron, Kenneth Walter (editor)

Hartford, CT: Transcendental Books:, 1970. First Edition. Hardcover--cloth. Very Good. Quarto, 11 1/4" tall, 252 pages, blue cloth. A very good clean, solid, hardcover with minor shelf wear; hinges and binding tight, paper slightly yellowed. Background of individuals, schools, churches, bishops, missionary work with b&w photographs.


Grandmother's Scrap-book; or, the way to do good. Designed to Encourage the Highest Religious Attainments within the Power of the Man

By [Conant, Caleb A.]

Boston, Massachusetts: Crocker & Brewster, 1866. Decorative Boards. Good. Duodecimo, 7 1/4" tall, 384 pages, blind-stamped brown cloth. A good, clean hard cover copy with moderate shelf wear; hinges cracked but not broken, and binding solid, paper lightly yellowed.


The Sin and Danger of Self-Love, Described in a Sermon Preached at Plymouth, in New England, 1621

By Cushman, Robert; Charles Ewer

Boston, Massachusetts: Rebecca Wiswell, 1876. Original Wraps. Good. Octavo, 8 1/2" tall. 32 pages, blue printed wraps. Pamphlet with string binding. First sermon preached in New England. Originally published in London and re-printed in 1785 by Nathaniel Coverly of Plymouth, Massachusetts. This is apparently the fourth re-print; original spelling, punctuation preserved. Includes a short biography of Robert Cushman who was amongst the first settlers of the Plymouth Colony in 1620. A good clean tight copy with secure binding, paper wraps discolored, pages clean, lightly yellowed.