Books from the Ecclesiastical Collection of Joseph Mendham (1769-1856) | 20 March 2014

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11

E. The Present State of Popery in England [the West Indies, Maryland etc

Sold for £140

Est: £200–300

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E. (R.) The Present State of Popery in England [the West Indies, Maryland etc.], title soiled, [Sabin 65326], A. Dodd, 1733 bound with of the Persecutions of the Reformed Churches in France, Orange, and Piedmont. From the Year 1655. to this time, some heavy foxing, margins trimmed, [Wing H2174], Tho. Newborough and John Nicholson, 1699 bound with [Mayo (Richard)] Two Disputations Concerning the messiah. One Between a Protestant and a Jew, The other between a Protestant and a Jew, [ESTC lists 3 copies only not including the Mendham copy], George Keith, 1754; and another incomplete work bound in, together 4 works in 1 vol., bound in differing order, browned, 18th century calf-backed boards, edges and corners rubbed, upper cover detached, spine rubbed, 8vo.

Books from the Ecclesiastical Collection of Joseph Mendham (1769-1856)

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