Lot 133: 6 Vols (3 Quakerism-related), 1788-1836.
December 1, 2016
Falls Church, VA, USALive Auction
Description: [Quakerism/American Imprints/Misc.] 5 Titles (6 Vols). ++ Joseph Phipps. THE ORIGINAL AND PRESENT STATE OF MAN London, Printed: New York, Re-Printed by William Ross, No. 33, Broad-Street. Evans 21391. 1788. , 230pp. ++ MEMOIRS OF THE LIFE, AND TRAVELS, IN THE SERVICE OF THE GOSPEL, OF SARAH STEPHENSON. Phila: Kimber, Conrad, & Co. Sold also by Benjamin and Thomas Kite, and James P. Parke. 1807. Lacking front cover. First leaves separated or loose. ++ Samuel Fothergill. ELEVEN DISCOURSES, DELIVERED EXTEMPORE, AT SEVERAL MEETING-HOUSES Wilmington: Coale & Rumford, 1817. ++ John Evans. A SKETCH OF THE DENOMINATIONS INTO WHICH THE CHRISTIAN WORLD IS DIVIDED Worcester: Printed by Thomas & Sturtevant, for Isaiah Thomas, Jun. Sold by him in Worcester; by Thomas & Whipple, Newburyport; and by Thomas & Tappan, Portsmouth. 1807. ++ John Breridge. THE CHRISTIAN WORLD UNMASKED Balt: John D. Toy, 1836. ++ (PSALTERIUM DISPOSITUM PER HEBDOMADAM, CUM ORDINARIO OFFICII DI TEMPORE.) 1 Vol only (Pars Verna.) Lacking title, any other leaves preceding page I, and last leaves. Title is as it appears at top of first text page. Missale with text printed in black and red. Laid paper. Lower left corner of frontis: petr. Ferrari Inv. Del, lower right: Jos. Patrini inv. Hinges cracked, frontis hand colored by a previous owner, lower foreedge clasp lacking, upper clasp present. ++ 12mo or larger. Contemp leather. About 4 vols have weak joints, few covers separated, 1 cover lacking. Most are foxed. Sold with all faults. 4.8 Lb.