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The Christian's Pattern: or a Treatise of the Imitation of Jesus Christ

£25.00

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1772. In Four Books to which are added Meditations and Prayers for the Sick Persons. Translated from the latin by George Stanhope and includes a printed copy of a letter written by him to his cousin Julia Shalcrosse explaining his aims in publishing the book. Leather binding but both boards completely detached. Frontis of Christ on the cross. Further illustration.
There is a small water stain in the margin top right of the book and this goes through to page 70 approx. The pages are generally clean but there is some light occasional speckling as well as some tanning in places. Listed as poor purely because of the cover. Price reflects condition.

Item details

Author(s):
Thomas Kempis
Condition:
Poor
Edition:
First
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
C Bathurst
Title:
The Christian's Pattern: or a Treatise of the Imitation of Jesus Christ

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1772. In Four Books to which are added Meditations and Prayers for the Sick Persons. Translated from the latin by George Stanhope and includes a printed copy of a letter written by him to his cousin Julia Shalcrosse explaining his aims in publishing the book. Leather binding but both boards completely detached. Frontis of Christ on the cross. Further illustration.
There is a small water stain in the margin top right of the book and this goes through to page 70 approx. The pages are generally clean but there is some light occasional speckling as well as some tanning in places. Listed as poor purely because of the cover. Price reflects condition.

Author(s):
Thomas Kempis
Condition:
Poor
Edition:
First
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
C Bathurst
Title:
The Christian's Pattern: or a Treatise of the Imitation of Jesus Christ

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