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A Rational Illustration of the Book of Common Prayer of the Church of England

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Product description

The subtitle is - 'Being the substance of everything liturgical in Bishop Sparrow, Mr L'Estrange, Dr Comber, Dr Nichols and all former ritualists, commentators or others upon the same subject; collected and reduced into one continued and regular method and interspersed all along with new observations.' Written by the Vicar of Brent and Furneaux Pelham in Hertfordshire.
No dust jacket. Brown leather hard cover embossed with a pattern on the front and back and with gilt on the spine. The corners and all edges are bumped and worn. The front cover is coming away from the binding but not yet completely detached. The end papers are age spotted and marked but otherwise clean for its age. There is a previous owner's bookplate at the front and another name written in. The pages are well cut and are marbled on all edges. The pages are very clean despite the age of the book.

Item details

Author(s):
Charles Wheatly
Condition:
Poor
Edition:
1819
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
550
Publisher:
Clarendon Press

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The subtitle is - 'Being the substance of everything liturgical in Bishop Sparrow, Mr L'Estrange, Dr Comber, Dr Nichols and all former ritualists, commentators or others upon the same subject; collected and reduced into one continued and regular method and interspersed all along with new observations.' Written by the Vicar of Brent and Furneaux Pelham in Hertfordshire.
No dust jacket. Brown leather hard cover embossed with a pattern on the front and back and with gilt on the spine. The corners and all edges are bumped and worn. The front cover is coming away from the binding but not yet completely detached. The end papers are age spotted and marked but otherwise clean for its age. There is a previous owner's bookplate at the front and another name written in. The pages are well cut and are marbled on all edges. The pages are very clean despite the age of the book.

Author(s):
Charles Wheatly
Condition:
Poor
Edition:
1819
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
550
Publisher:
Clarendon Press

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