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Quaker biography]. [Claridge, Richard, 1649 - 1723]. Besse, Joseph [1683 - 1757] - Collected by. Murray, Lindley [1745 - 1826] - Previous owner
The LIFE And POSTHUMOUS WORKS Of RICHARD CLARIDGE,Being Memoirs and Manuscripts relating to his experiences and progress in religion: His Changes in Opinion, and Reasons for them. With essays in defence of several principles and Practices of the People call'd Quakers. Collected by Joseph Besse
Printed and Sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, London, 1726. [24], 576, [12] pp. An essay on baptism and the supper [separate, dated t.p., p. 335]; Tractatus de Trinitate, or, An essay on the doctrine of the trinity [separate, dated t.p., p. 388]; An essay on the doctrine of Christ's satisfaction for the sins of mankind [separate, dated t.p., p. 420]; An essay on tithes [drop title, p. 456]; An essay on Liberty of Conscience [drop title, p. 491]; An essay on Evangelical Purity [drop title, p. 456]. 8vo: A^8 a^4 B - 2O^8 2P^4 2Q^2. With the bookplate and ownership signature of noted Quaker and grammarian Lindley Murray to the fpd and ffep, respectively. Binding - Fine. Text: previous owners' bookplates to front pastedown, ink names to ffep; small binder's label to rear paste-down. Light soiling and foxing, faint damp-staining to head/foot margins of beginning and end leaves. Fore-edge of one leaf shows minor loss. Prior owner inked marginal annotation, p. 449. Overall, VG. Modern full speckled calf binding, decorated in blind in a period style [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA [Alameda, CA, U.S.A.]
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