SOME REFLECTION OF SOLITUDE, IN REFLECTIONS AND MAXIMS RELATING TO THE CONDUCT OF HUMAN LIFE. William Penn.
SOME REFLECTION OF SOLITUDE, IN REFLECTIONS AND MAXIMS RELATING TO THE CONDUCT OF HUMAN LIFE.
SOME REFLECTION OF SOLITUDE, IN REFLECTIONS AND MAXIMS RELATING TO THE CONDUCT OF HUMAN LIFE.
SOME REFLECTION OF SOLITUDE, IN REFLECTIONS AND MAXIMS RELATING TO THE CONDUCT OF HUMAN LIFE.
SOME REFLECTION OF SOLITUDE, IN REFLECTIONS AND MAXIMS RELATING TO THE CONDUCT OF HUMAN LIFE.
SOME REFLECTION OF SOLITUDE, IN REFLECTIONS AND MAXIMS RELATING TO THE CONDUCT OF HUMAN LIFE.
SOME REFLECTION OF SOLITUDE, IN REFLECTIONS AND MAXIMS RELATING TO THE CONDUCT OF HUMAN LIFE.

SOME REFLECTION OF SOLITUDE, IN REFLECTIONS AND MAXIMS RELATING TO THE CONDUCT OF HUMAN LIFE.

London: Thomas Northcott, 1693. Second edition. Leather binding in very good condition except for a 1/4" cut to the top of the spine; Plane binding in keeping with early Friends publications, though new end papers appear to be more recent; Repaired with new end papers, original rear paste-down retained; Pages show modest age toning; a couple pages with light stain to lower corner; One leaf has a 3/4" tear which runs into text between lines; A couple pages, 110/111 with a couple stains in the text; Last 14 pages have small stain at the fore-edge. Item #24608

Bronner & Fraser 96B; "copyright" page facing title rading 'Licensed, May 24, 1693' is pasted to the end paper, not part of gathering A and is not referenced in Bronner & Fraser's collation; [12] 136 pages; 467 entries, one more than in the first edition.

Price: $3,000.00

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