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Lot 273: PAMPHLETS - Thoughts on the nature of man, the propagation of creeds, and the formation of human character.  London: Joseph Clayton; Mason, Dublin; Murray, Edinburgh, 1850. 8vo, 83-pages. Stitched. Only the Aberdeen copy located on COPAC. With SHIRLEY, Walter.  A narrative of the principal circumstances relative to the Rev. Mr. Wesley's late conference, held in Bristol, August the 6th, 1771 ... with the declaration then agreed to by Mr. Wesley, and fifty-three of the preachers in connexion with him.  In a letter to a friend.  Bath: printed by W. Gye, for T. Mills; and to be had of Mrs. Graham, Bristol; Keith, Dilley, and Gurney, London, 1771. 8vo, 24-pages. Stitched. FIRST EDITION and [CHESTERFIELD, Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of.]   An apology for a late resignation: in a letter from an English gentleman to his friend at the Hague.  London: printed for John Freeman [1748]. 8vo, 46-pages (Tear to title with minor loss to text.) and  William James' A Reply to  a Brief Statement Arising Out of A Passage Contained in the Third Volume of James's Naval History of Great Britain, On the Conduct and Character of Lord William Fitz-Roy in the Year 1805. (London, 1824) and Letter To the Duke of Grafton (London, 1770). A Letter to the Right Honorable H--Y F--X, Esq. (London, 1757). (All pamphlets stitched.) (6)

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November 30, 2016

Acton, London, United Kingdom

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Description: PAMPHLETS - Thoughts on the nature of man, the propagation of creeds, and the formation of human character.  London: Joseph Clayton; Mason, Dublin; Murray, Edinburgh, 1850. 8vo, 83-pages. Stitched. Only the Aberdeen copy located on COPAC. With SHIRLEY, Walter.  A narrative of the principal circumstances relative to the Rev. Mr. Wesley's late conference, held in Bristol, August the 6th, 1771 ... with the declaration then agreed to by Mr. Wesley, and fifty-three of the preachers in connexion with him.  In a letter to a friend.  Bath: printed by W. Gye, for T. Mills; and to be had of Mrs. Graham, Bristol; Keith, Dilley, and Gurney, London, 1771. 8vo, 24-pages. Stitched. FIRST EDITION and [CHESTERFIELD, Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of.]   An apology for a late resignation: in a letter from an English gentleman to his friend at the Hague.  London: printed for John Freeman [1748]. 8vo, 46-pages (Tear to title with minor loss to text.) and  William James' A Reply to  a Brief Statement Arising Out of A Passage Contained in the Third Volume of James's Naval History of Great Britain, On the Conduct and Character of Lord William Fitz-Roy in the Year 1805. (London, 1824) and Letter To the Duke of Grafton (London, 1770). A Letter to the Right Honorable H--Y F--X, Esq. (London, 1757). (All pamphlets stitched.) (6)

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