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The Works of the Most Reverend Dr. John Tillotson, Late Ld. Archbishop of Canterbury

£34.99

Product description

This is volume II, containing 15 sermons (the XIIIth to the XXVIIth) of Dr John Tillotson (1630 - 1694) who was Archbishop of Canterbury from 1690 to 1694. This edition of his sermons was printed by J. and T. Dormer, London, in 1736.
The leather covers and spine are worn and marked as would be expected in a book of this age. The binding remains tight. The pages have some marks and stains in places but the text remains generally clear and easy to read. A front end paper has a name, James Funston, and an inscription and date (1786) written neatly in ink. A date (April 15th 1787) written in ink appears at the end of the first sermon as does the name James Funston on a blank page before the 26th sermon. There are signs of pencil marks on the end paper inside the front cover but these have been largely erased.

Item details

Author(s):
Tillotson, John
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1736
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
357

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This is volume II, containing 15 sermons (the XIIIth to the XXVIIth) of Dr John Tillotson (1630 - 1694) who was Archbishop of Canterbury from 1690 to 1694. This edition of his sermons was printed by J. and T. Dormer, London, in 1736.
The leather covers and spine are worn and marked as would be expected in a book of this age. The binding remains tight. The pages have some marks and stains in places but the text remains generally clear and easy to read. A front end paper has a name, James Funston, and an inscription and date (1786) written neatly in ink. A date (April 15th 1787) written in ink appears at the end of the first sermon as does the name James Funston on a blank page before the 26th sermon. There are signs of pencil marks on the end paper inside the front cover but these have been largely erased.

Author(s):
Tillotson, John
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1736
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
357

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