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Lot 1158: William Greenhill AN EXPOSITION CONTINUED UPON THE FOURTEENTH FIFTEENTH SIXTEENTH SEVENTEENTH EIGHTEENTH AND NINETEENTH CHAPTERS OF THE PROPHET EZEKIEL 1651 Antique English Theology

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October 22, 2016

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  • William Greenhill AN EXPOSITION CONTINUED UPON THE FOURTEENTH FIFTEENTH SIXTEENTH SEVENTEENTH EIGHTEENTH AND NINETEENTH CHAPTERS OF THE PROPHET EZEKIEL 1651 Antique English Theology
  • William Greenhill AN EXPOSITION CONTINUED UPON THE FOURTEENTH FIFTEENTH SIXTEENTH SEVENTEENTH EIGHTEENTH AND NINETEENTH CHAPTERS OF THE PROPHET EZEKIEL 1651 Antique English Theology
  • William Greenhill AN EXPOSITION CONTINUED UPON THE FOURTEENTH FIFTEENTH SIXTEENTH SEVENTEENTH EIGHTEENTH AND NINETEENTH CHAPTERS OF THE PROPHET EZEKIEL 1651 Antique English Theology
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Title: An Exposition Continued upon the Fourteenth, Fifteenth, Sixteenth, Seventeenth, Eighteenth, and Nineteenth Chapters of the Prophet Ezekiel, with Many Useful Observations Thereupon. Delivered at Severall Lectures in London.
Author: William Greenhill - William Greenhill (1591–1671) was an English nonconformist clergyman, independent minister, and member of the Westminster Assembly.
Publisher: Printed by M. S. for Livewell Chapman
City: London
Year: 1651
Binding Style: Hardcover
Pagination: viii/621 pages
Width: 6" Height: 7.75"
Book Details: Greenhill's chief work is his "Exposition of the Prophet Ezekiel," a full commentary. It was published in five volumes between 1645 and 1662. The last volume is said to be scarce, and it is supposed that many copies were destroyed in the Great Fire of London of 1666. [Courtesy Wikipedia]
Condition / Notes: This antique volume has been rebound in maroon cloth covers with a paper title label on the spine. There is light shelf wear at the extremities. The binding is solid. A gift inscription on the first original blank preliminary is dated 1778. The pages show mild to moderate age toning and occasional light foxing.

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