Quakerism, Past and Present: Being an Inquiry Into the Causes of its Decline in Great Britain and Ireland

Rowntree, John Stephenson

Published by Henry Longstreth, Philadelphia, 1860
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Title: Quakerism, Past and Present: Being an ...

Publisher: Henry Longstreth, Philadelphia

Publication Date: 1860

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good +


191 pages, 12mo (about 7 3/8" tall), rebound in plain black binding with title in gilt on the spine, owner names, occasional light foxing, near very good. [Smith II:514]. Bookseller Inventory # 61697

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