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Frank The record of a happy life

£19.99

Product description

A small book written by his mother to commemorate the life of her son who died in 1872 while a student at Princeton. Hannah Witall Smith was born into a Quaker family in the USA and she and her husband subsequently converted to the beliefs of the Plymouth Brethern and, subsequently to Methodism. This short book introduced her to the protestant communities of Europe and England and her subsequent writings and lecturing made her very influential.

Small hardbound book with no DJ. Not dated but this is the second edition, the first having been in 1873. Owner's name in ink on ffep and adjacent end page. Facsimile Dedication by Frank Whitall Smith and picture of him. Gilt edges to pages. No marks and good binding. Embossed pattern on front cover in black with central gilt title and gilt lettering to spine.

Poor Hannah had many adversities in her life and the loss of Frank must have been one of the most distressing. But her faith was unshaken.

Item details

Author(s):
Smith. Hanna Whitall
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
17 x 12 cm approx
Edition:
Second
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
196
Publisher:
Morgan and Scott
Title:
Frank The record of a happy life

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A small book written by his mother to commemorate the life of her son who died in 1872 while a student at Princeton. Hannah Witall Smith was born into a Quaker family in the USA and she and her husband subsequently converted to the beliefs of the Plymouth Brethern and, subsequently to Methodism. This short book introduced her to the protestant communities of Europe and England and her subsequent writings and lecturing made her very influential.

Small hardbound book with no DJ. Not dated but this is the second edition, the first having been in 1873. Owner's name in ink on ffep and adjacent end page. Facsimile Dedication by Frank Whitall Smith and picture of him. Gilt edges to pages. No marks and good binding. Embossed pattern on front cover in black with central gilt title and gilt lettering to spine.

Poor Hannah had many adversities in her life and the loss of Frank must have been one of the most distressing. But her faith was unshaken.

Author(s):
Smith. Hanna Whitall
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
17 x 12 cm approx
Edition:
Second
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
196
Publisher:
Morgan and Scott
Title:
Frank The record of a happy life

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