Title: Devotional Exercises: consisting of ...
Publisher: Otis, Broaders & Co.
Publication Date: 1836
Book Condition: Good
Tan cloth hardcover, 4 x 6, 132 pp., backstrip paper title label partly worn away, shelfworn corners & edges, foxing throughout text & light staining to some top corners. First published in 1823, this follows the 1832 third London edition. Devotional reflections for the morning & evening of each day of the week, 14 in all. Topics include the duties of the Lord's Day, on habitual devotion, on benevolence, on the character of the Apostles, on the government of the temper, on death, on the value of time, &c.Harriet Martineau (1802-1876); Unitarian, prolific English author. Martineau wrote on everything from economics to slavery, and was a controversial figure. Her first published work was an article entitled On Female Education, in which she decried the disparity of sending boys off to school while girls had to remain at home in the drudgery of housework. Bookseller Inventory # 14
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