Three Lectures on the Early History of the Society of Friends in Bristol and Somersetshire. Also, Introductory Remarks to the Life of George Fox, Prepared for "Friends' Library" by Thomas Evans.

Tanner, William and Thomas Evans

Published by Henry Longstreth, Philadelphia, 1858
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Title: Three Lectures on the Early History of the ...

Publisher: Henry Longstreth, Philadelphia

Publication Date: 1858

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Edition: 1st Edition


281 pages, 12mo (about 7 1/4" tall), moderately worn embossed covers, spine faded. Foxing on end papers, otherwise pages very good. Bookseller Inventory # 038918

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