A Sermon Preached In Orange Street Chappel, Leicester Fields. By John Bradford, A.B. Late Of Wadham College, Oxford, On Sunday, December 26th. 1790.
1st Edition. Tall octavo. 1791. London:For the author, sold by J.Matthews, G Terry, J.S Jordan & Lucas. Birmingham. 35+1pp. Large margins. Minor borwning else very good. ESTC 3772B7. BOUND WITH
Hymns Adapted To The Circumstance Of Public Worship And Private Devotion. By John Fawcett.
1782. Leeds. G Wrights & Son. For the author. 279+7pp. Hymn page size 6'' x 3.5''. All pages very attractively window mounted in pages 8.5'' x 5''. Excellent condition. ESTC 435F12. One of the nicest Hymn Books we have seen. BOUND WITH
Xenephon's Defence Of The Athenian Democracy:Translated From The Greek, With Notes & An Appendix. Containing Observations On The Democratic Part Of The British Government & The Existing House Of Commons.
1794. London:G Nicol. 1+4+106pp. Large margins. Very good. ESTC 38X1.
Modern best half hark blue morocco. Raised bands. Gilt letter labels.
Fawcett was a Baptist Minister and hymn writer. Converted under Whitefield's preaching he first became a Methodist. He wrote 'Blest be the tie' and 'Lord dismiss us with Thy blessing'
|Author||John Bradford & John Fawcett|
|Publication Date (YYYY)||1782-1791|
|WING / STC Number||3772B7 / 435F12 / 38X1|