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Claus, Joseph Ignatius
1753 Sacred Scripture Moral Values Catholic Church Pigskin Binding Joseph Claus
1753. Claus, Joseph Ignatius 1691-1775 was a German Catholic priest and writer Spicilegium concionatorium : Hoc est conceptus morales pro cathedra quos ad instruendam in fide christiano-catholica plebem, ad extirpanda vitia, et implantandas virtutes ex praestantissimis auctoribus auctoribus collectos, atque variis Sacrae Scripturae figuris, doctrinis moralibus, similitudinibus et exquisitis historiis refertos ad populum dixit / Dein multorum hortatu et desiderio juris publici fecit R. D. Josephus Ignatius Claus. Pars Prima 1753 Pars Secunda 1752 (a concept of the Christian-moral in the faith, for the seat of the Catholic Church, which for the instruction of the people, in uprooting vices and implanting virtues of the people gathered in the authors of outstanding literary authors, and the various figures of Sacred Scripture, the teachings of the moral virtues, the comparison of the histories of out rich and skilfully to the people, he said / Next, at the solicitation of his friends and to the desire of many of the law of the public made a RD Josephus Ignatius Claus.) Half title, title page in red and black, dedication pages, preface, index, 534 pages, index, second title page Pars Secunda dated MDCCLII, index, 538 pages, index. Several decorative woodcuts throughout and decorative initials Text in Latin Size 13 1/2" by 8 1/2" by 3" thick Condition Boards attached firmly Some old writing dated 1754 inside front cover - name of original owner? Binding sound Page edges blue Scattered foxing Some religious institutional markings Clasps present but do not close!! Some pencil on t … [Click Below for Full Description]
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