Title: The Works of the Long-Mournfull and ...
Publisher: Benjamin Clark, London
Publication Date: 1681
Binding: Full Leather
Book Condition: Good
Edition: Journal; Penington; Spirituality; religi
Worn, darkened, and lightly soiled sueded leather with intricate stamped/incised decorations to covers and spine. Red spine label with darkened gold lettering, six raised bands on spine. Cover hinges cracked, shipping along cracks and to spine ends, some edge wear, corners worn and bumped. Scuffed decorative end papers, missing second front free end paper, corner of one page missing, light foxing, page edges browning, binding tight, most pages bright and very good. Handful of hand written pages bound in between printed between pages 38 and 41 (missing printed 39-40) Title continues, "Whom the Lord in His Tender Mercy, at Length Visited and Relieved by the Ministry of that Despised People, Called Quakers; And in the Springings of That Light, Life and Holy Power In Him, Which They Had Truly and Faithfully Testified of, and Directed His Mind To, Were These Things Written, and Are Now Published as a Thankful Testimony of the Goodness of the Lord Unto Him, and for the Benefit of Others. In Two Parts" 496 pages. Smith II:355. Photographs happily sent upon request. Bookseller Inventory # 036963
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