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The Redeemer's Glory Unveil'd, or the Excellency of Christ Vindicated, in the Antiquity of His Person, as God-Man, Before the World Began: Being an Explication of the Mystery, which Was Kept Secret, from the Beginning of the World.
Printed By J.H., London 1733 - xvi, 307pp, [1]. Contemporary brown calf, with some creasing, chipping and splitting to joints of spine. Several eighteenth-century ink inscriptions, mostly of the Paul family, to endpapers. Occasional marking to text, paper flaws to B8 and C8, with slight loss of text. The rare second work of Samuel Stockell (c.1700-1750), dissenting minister of an Independant congregation at Meeting House Lane, Red Cross Street, London. ESTC locates only two copies (BL and Cambridge). ESTC T103280. 8vo [Attributes: First Edition]
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