English Theological Works, 17th and 18th Century, Seven Octavo Volumes.
Including: Seth Ward's Vindiciae Academiarum, Oxford: Lichfield for Robinson, 1654, first edition, disbound; Richard Gardiner's XVI Sermons Preached in the University of Oxford and at Court, London: by James Cottrel et al., 1659, contemporary boards, joints cracking; Henry Hammond's A Practical Catechism, London: by Tyler and Holt for Royston, 1670, in contemporary Cambridge calf; John Howe's The Redeemer's Tears Wept over Lost Souls, London: by Astwood for Parkhurst, 1684, in contemporary speckled calf, joints cracking; Allestree's The Art of Contentment, Oxford: at the Theatre, 1694, with frontis, bound in contemporary speckled calf, joints cracking; Stephen Crisp's An Epistle to Friends, London: Sowle, 1710, reprint, disbound; [and] Samuel Checkley Jr.'s The Christian Triumphing over Death through Christ, Boston: Kneeland and Adams for Webb, 1765, with half-title, disbound; all octavo, these volumes not collated. (7)
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