Principles of Religion, as Professed by the Society of Christians, Usually Called Quakers.

Tuke, Henry

Published by W. Alexander, York, 1814
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Title: Principles of Religion, as Professed by the ...

Publisher: W. Alexander, York

Publication Date: 1814

Binding: Full Leather

Book Condition: Good


Moderately scuffed leather covers, corners bumped, few small white specks on front cover, leather over spine dry and cracking, front hinge cracked, near very good. End papers browned around edge, collector bookplate lightly affixed, owner name in old hand, else pages bright with only minimal foxing on a few pages, binding tight, internally very good. Bookseller Inventory # 034456

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