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Penn, William.

PRIMITIVE CHRISTIANITY Revived, In the Faith and Practice of the People Called Quakers. Written in Testimony to the Present Dispensation of God Through Them, to the World: That Prejudices may be Removed, the Simple Informed, the Well-Inclined Encouraged a

Joseph Crukshank: Philadelphia 1788. 7.75 x 5.25, rebound in black buckram with new endpapers, 64 (of 66) pages, also lacking pages i-iv. BOUND WITH: Penington, Isaac. SELECT PIECES ON RELIGIOUS SUBJECTS, FIRST PUBLISHED ABOUT THE MIDDLE OF THE LAST CENTURY. Same publishing info as above. iv, 98 pp + printer's advertisement, contents toned, a few pages archivally repaired, staining, a few vertical tears else good. Penn is a fifth (?) edition, and Penington is a first American ed.


Book Id: 98-1585

Price: $295.00

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