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Hardback, approx 7 x 4 inches. Polished speckled-calf leather binding, with raised banding to spine, with maroon leather spine label lettered in gilt, and blind paneled boards. Plain endpapers, red speckled page edges. In very good condition. Corners slightly bumped, some minor rubbing to edges and spine, some minor handling marks to boards. Inscription to front endpaper “Ex Libris Eovardi Bolton, Anno Domini 1730.” Also neat inscription again to title page. A couple of minor handling marks inside else pages all very clean, bright and tight. A very clean and tight copy. 240pp.
Title: A Gentleman's Religion: in Three Parts. The First contains the Principles of Natural Religion, The Second and Third, Doctrines of Christianity, both as to Faith and Practice. With an Appendix, wherein it is proved, that nothing contrary to our reason can possibly be the object of our belief, but that it is no just exception against some of the doctrines of christianity, that they are above our reason. The Sixth Edition, Corrected.
Publisher: Dublin, S. Powell, George Risk, Geroge Ewing & William Smith, 1730:
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Seller ID: 82207
Keywords: RELIGION TUAM, Edw.: SYNGE, Edward: A Gentleman's Religion: in Three Parts, Principles of Natural Religion, Doctrines of Christianity, Faith and Practice, Sixth Edition, 1730, S. Powell, George Risk, Geroge Ewing & William Smith, calf, leather, Ex Libris Eovardi Bolton, Anno Domini 1730