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Christ Crucified, The Distinguishing Topic of the Gospel (Volume 2 Only)

£70.00

Product description

The book's full title: "Christ Crucified, The Distinguishing Topic Of The Gospel: Or, A Treatise In Vindication Of Some Of The Most Important Doctrines Of Revelation To Which Are Added, Three Discourses On Other Interesting Subjects." This book was published in 1791 and bound in leather. The author was Richard De Courcy (1743-1803), who was vicar of St Alkmond’s, Shrewsbury. It was printed for the author by T. Wood. Condition: the boards show some moderate to severe marking, denting, rubbing, and general shelf-wear. The edges of the book have some moderate marking and denting. There is a large sticker on the paste-down. The interior pages show some mild marking and foxing in places, but are generally fairly crisp and clean for their age. The binding is also reasonably strong. Overall, this book is in good condition.

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Added value:
None
Author(s):
De Courcy, Richard
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
16mo - 6-7
Dimensions:
4 x 6.2
Edition:
1791
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
339
Publisher:
T. wood
Title:
Christ Crucified, The Distinguishing Topic of the Gospel (Volume 2 Only)

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The book's full title: "Christ Crucified, The Distinguishing Topic Of The Gospel: Or, A Treatise In Vindication Of Some Of The Most Important Doctrines Of Revelation To Which Are Added, Three Discourses On Other Interesting Subjects." This book was published in 1791 and bound in leather. The author was Richard De Courcy (1743-1803), who was vicar of St Alkmond’s, Shrewsbury. It was printed for the author by T. Wood. Condition: the boards show some moderate to severe marking, denting, rubbing, and general shelf-wear. The edges of the book have some moderate marking and denting. There is a large sticker on the paste-down. The interior pages show some mild marking and foxing in places, but are generally fairly crisp and clean for their age. The binding is also reasonably strong. Overall, this book is in good condition.

Added value:
None
Author(s):
De Courcy, Richard
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
16mo - 6-7
Dimensions:
4 x 6.2
Edition:
1791
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
339
Publisher:
T. wood
Title:
Christ Crucified, The Distinguishing Topic of the Gospel (Volume 2 Only)

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