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Author Name    Evans, Charles

Book Title   Friends in the seventeenth century

Binding (hardback, paperback, etc.)   Leather Bound

Book Condition   Good with no dust jacket

Edition   Second Edition; First Impression

Publisher's Name   Philadelphia PA For sale at Friends' Book-Store 1876

Seller ID or SKU   53990

Original hardback new and revised edition. Brown with gold lettering. Top of spine freying. Signed by Stephen Beardsley, 1887.Very clean and tight bindings. Nice copy. This is not a modern reprint. Chapter include among others; Reformation under Henry VIII, Birth and youth of George Fox, Friends despised and condemned by all Professors, Stories respecting G. Fox, Introduction of Quakerism into Scotland, Fox and Oliver Cromwell, Connecticut and Humphrey Norton. Rare. ; 668 pages

Price = 75.98 USD


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