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An Historical and Critical Account of Hugh Peters. After the Manner of Mr. Bayle.
J. Noon and A. Millar, 1751. Hardcover. Very Good. Rebound in quarter calf. 72p. First edition. Scarce. ESTC T36303. William Harris (1720-1770) was a biographer and Presbyterian minister. "His first biography was a study of the seventeenth-century New England independent minister Hugh Peter (or Peters) that appeared anonymously in 1751. In this and in subsequent biographies Harris professed to follow 'the manner of Mr. Bayle', illustrating the text with copious notes." - ODNB Biography of Hugh Peter (1598-1660) who was an Independent minister and an important figure during the Civil War. He was put to death for regicide during the Restoration. Condition: Very good. Some thumbmarks to the boards. Very light shelfwear. Small pencil inscription to the front free endpaper. Chips to pages 3-6 and 65-72. Occasional spot or mark.
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