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A New History of the Holy Bible Volume 2. Stackhouse 1733

£100.00

Product description

A New History of the Holy Bible from the Beginning of the World to the Establishment of Christianity with Answers to Most of the Controverted Questions, Dissertations upon the most Remarkable Passages and a Connection of Profane History all along to which are added Notes explaining difficult Texts, rectifying Mis-Translations, and reconciling seeming Contradictions
The Whole Illustrated with proper Maps and Sculptures

By the Reverend Mr Thomas Stackhouse, Curate of Finchley, and Author of the Complete Body of Divinity

London. Printed and sold for the Author, at J Huggonson's, next to Kent's Coffee-House, near Serjeant's Inn, in Chancery-Lane
1733

London - Printed for the author, 1733. First edition. Thomas Stackhouse's popular self-published illustrated history of the Bible.

Volume 2 only, from p753

Several engraved full-page plates.

Water staining to first and last 50 pages, and corners of many internal pages (see photos). A few page corners curled. Binding is holding firm but in poor condition externally. Blue marbled endpapers reinforced at hinges with tape. Please ask for additional photos if required.

Large, heavy volume.

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Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback

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A New History of the Holy Bible from the Beginning of the World to the Establishment of Christianity with Answers to Most of the Controverted Questions, Dissertations upon the most Remarkable Passages and a Connection of Profane History all along to which are added Notes explaining difficult Texts, rectifying Mis-Translations, and reconciling seeming Contradictions
The Whole Illustrated with proper Maps and Sculptures

By the Reverend Mr Thomas Stackhouse, Curate of Finchley, and Author of the Complete Body of Divinity

London. Printed and sold for the Author, at J Huggonson's, next to Kent's Coffee-House, near Serjeant's Inn, in Chancery-Lane
1733

London - Printed for the author, 1733. First edition. Thomas Stackhouse's popular self-published illustrated history of the Bible.

Volume 2 only, from p753

Several engraved full-page plates.

Water staining to first and last 50 pages, and corners of many internal pages (see photos). A few page corners curled. Binding is holding firm but in poor condition externally. Blue marbled endpapers reinforced at hinges with tape. Please ask for additional photos if required.

Large, heavy volume.

Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback

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