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THE NECESSITY, NATURE, AND FRUITS, OF SANCTIFICATION; IN A SERIES OF LETTERS TO A FRIEND

By: BANGS, NATHAN

Price: $300.00

Publisher: New York, Lane & Scott: 1851

Edition: First

Inscription: Yes

Seller ID: 2642

Condition: Very Good


16mo (4" x 6"). pp. 313 + 6 pp. publisher's advts. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR TO HIS WIFE, MARY [BOLTON]. Half calf over green, blue and brown marbled boards Spine with black morocco label. Inscribed by the author on the two front flyleaves: "My dear Mary, | With pleasure | accept this as a | token of the indel | -able love of the | Author. Mark the perfect | man, and behold | the upright. For | the end of that | man is peace." [Psalm 37:37] This is a series of 31 letters written by Bangs to a friend that provide a comprehensive description and explanation of the ... View more info

BRUSHWOOD

By: [Dielman, Frederick]; Read, T. Buchanan

Price: $31.50

Publisher: Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & Co.:

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 43

Condition: Near fine


Sq.D.(7 ½” x 6”). pp. [46]. Green cloth over beveled boards with titles and image of woman holding a candle stamped in silver, gold and black bordered by red fillets, with titles stamped in gold on spine. 16 lovely B/W steel-engraved illustrations (7 are full page) after Frederick Dielman. Companion volume to Drifting and Christine. All illustrations and type printed on one side only of heavy plate paper. Dark brown endpapers, a.e.g. A lovely book in near fine condition. Brushwood is a parable poem that tells the story of a meeting between Christ and an old woman carrying a heavy load of... View more info

THE PILGRIM’S PROGRESS FROM THIS WORLD TO THAT WHICH IS TO COME

By: [Strang, William]; Bunyan, John

Price: $175.00

Publisher: London, The Bunyan Anniversary Society: 1928

Edition: First Thus

Seller ID: 77

Condition: Very good +


M8vo (9 ¼” x 7”). pp. [xiv]; 379. Bound by Bayntun in half brown morocco leather with gilt rules and tan cloth boards; spine with five raised bands and six compartments, two of which are ruled in gold and contain the titles, and the remaining four have a gold outer rule and two black inner rules surrounding an open filigree design. Marginal notes, pale blue and pink marbled endpapers, t.e.g. Frontis. with captioned tissue-guard; illustrated title page and 12 additional full page illustrations after etchings by William Strang each with captioned tissue guard. Printed in Holland by G. J. Th... View more info