Reader copy; Collectible. Partial contents: I. Concerning the Ultimate End of the Christian Life. -II. Concerning the Means by which the End of the Christian Life is to be obtained. -III. Concerning the Proximate Means of attaining Heaven. -Concerning the Instrumental Duties of the Christian Life. -V. Concerning some short Directions for the more profitable reading the preceding Discourse. Volume I only; acceptable hardcover (R. Ware [et al. ], 1747, 436 pages) bound in full leather with hubbed spine and pastedown leather title-label; covered in home-made sheepskin dust jacket; jacket has several holes on front, and almost half of the jacket covering the backstrip is missing; the thread or thin twine that holds the jacket in place is visible when the book's covers are opened; this same thread or twine pierces the leather of the backstrip in several places; pages tight and unmarked, with some darkening and minor spotting; binding sound and square; previous owners' signatures on flyleaf; a unique specimen of this classic Anglican work; pictures and further information provided on request; see my 5 images; on its way to you the same or next day in bubblewrap; email confirmation; standard mail takes 4-14 days; priority mail takes 2-5 days; international orders go by airmail (6-10 days).
Fair. 3 vols. : , 344; , 362, ; xii, 406,  p. 18 cm. Full leather. Vols. I & 4 have detached front covers. Corners worn. Signatures from 1767 on 2 title pages. Title continues: "With Directions for private Devotion, and Forms of Prayer Fitted to the several States of Christians. In Five Volumes."
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