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428 pp.; 12mo; contemporary full calf; black leather spine label lettered in gilt. Loss at top of spine one inch across by half-inch down; rubbing to joints and edges; endpapers tanned & foxed; title and contents moderately tanned and soiled at extremities, with a two dime sized spots of foxing at foredge; ownership name "Clarissa Dutch's book, April 4th 1817," front endpaper, with another faint ownership name and decorations in pencil (1858?) below that. Overall, text pages uniformly clean and binding seems solid.
"The Rev. William Jay (6 May 1769 – 27 December 1853) was an English nonconformist divine who preached for sixty years at Argyle Chapel in Bath. He is considered to be one of the most eminent English Congregationalist preachers of Regency England; one of the first Independents or Congregationalists to articulate the Great Awakening or Religious Revival championed by George Whitfield and John Wesley". [Wikipedia]
Title: Sermons, by William Jay, from the Second London Edition.
Edition: Reprint Edition
Publisher: Cooperstown, N.Y., Printed by H. & E. Phinney Jun. and Sold by Them at Their Bookstore: 1812
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Very Good condition
lbs: 3.00 lbs
Seller ID: 5937