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The Life of the Renowned Doctor Preston, Writ By His Pupil, Master Thomas Ball, Minister of Northampton, in the Year 1628

By: Ball, Thomas; Harcourt, Edward William (editor)

Price: £100.00

Publisher: Oxford, Parker and Co: 1885

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 210137

Condition: Average Plus

. xv + 176 pages, endpapers etc foxed, paper spine label rubbed away to illegibility, a little wear to top and bottom of spine. Original printing of a biography previously an unpublished manuscript. John Preston (1587-1628), was a Puritan preacher and writer, Master of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, and Royal chaplain. Inscribed "Susan H Harcourt from her affect. E. W. H. - Nuneham, April 1885". View more info

A Treatise of the Pope's Supremacy: to which is added A Discourse Concerning the Unity of the Church

By: Barrow, Isaac; M'Crie, Thomas (editor)

Price: £38.50

Publisher: Edinburgh, Johnstone & Hunter: 1852

Seller ID: 498280

Condition: Average

. xlii + 418 pages. Some (coloured) pencil marking and underlining, mainly to M'Crie's Introductory Essay and Barrow's Introduction. Isaac Barrow (1630-1677) was a professor of Greek and of Geometry. In later life he devoted himself to Divinity and was Master of Trinity College, Cambridge. His Treatise on the Pope's Supremacy was published posthumously. View more info

A Life of Gilbert Burnet, Bishop of Salisbury

By: Clarke, Thomas Elliot Simpson; Foxcroft, Helen Charlotte; Firth, Charles Harding (introduction)

Price: £7.50

Publisher: Cambridge, Cambridge University Press: 1907

Seller ID: 210224

Condition: Average

. xlvi + 586 pages. A little wear and tear to spine. Ex Theological Library of St Mary's College, St Andrews. View more info

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Theology, Explained and Defended, in a Series of Sermons... with a memoir of the life of the Author

By: Dwight, Timothy

Price: £65.00

Publisher: Glasgow, Blackie: 1842

Seller ID: 469300

Condition: Average Minus

. xlviii + 916 pages, COMPLETE IN ONE VOLUME, a systematic theology in the form of 173 sermons aiming (according to the Life of the Author included) not only to explain and prove the great truths of theology but also to enforce them on the conscience and show their practical influence on the heart and life. With an essay on the Inspiration of the Scriptures by Daniel Dewar. Spine leather has crumbled with pieces missing. Timothy Dwight (1752-1817) was a grandson of Jonathan Edwards and was the eight president of Yale College. He was involved in the Second Great Awakening, and saw a quiet bu... View more info

The Apostle Peter: His Life and Letters

By: Green, Samuel Gosnell

Price: £7.50

Publisher: London, Sunday School Union: 1880

Edition: Third Edition

Seller ID: 422343

Condition: Good

. xi + 178 pages + maps. Samuel Gosnell Green (1822-1905) was a Baptist minister, a school teacher and president at Rawdon College, Leeds, a lecturer at Regent's Park College, author of handbooks on New Testament Greek and Church History, and chariman of the editorial committee of the Baptist Hymnal. View more info

Facts and Histories Illustrating the Divine Life

By: Kennedy, John

Price: £9.50

Publisher: London, Religious Tract Society: 1880

Seller ID: 442156

Condition: Average

. 372 pages, cloth spine worn. Previously published as "The Divine Life: A Book of Facts and Histories". Looks at the effects of true evangelical faith in historical people. John Kennedy (1813-1900) was a Scottish Congregationalist minister who ministered in Aberdeen and Stepney, London, and also Professor of Apologetics at New College, London, a director of the London Missionary Society, and Chairman of the Congregational Union of England and Wales. View more info

Daily Bible Illustrations: Life and Death of Our Lord (Evening: Jul-Sep)

By: Kitto, John; Porter, J L (editor)

Price: £6.75

Publisher: Edinburgh, Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier: 1881

Edition: New Edition, Revised and Enlarged

Seller ID: 495904

Condition: Average

. 452 pages. 8 x 5½ inches. College library and withdrawn stamps, a little dampstaining to boards and endpapers. View more info

How to Survive As a Student

By: Lamb, Jonathan

Price: £1.00

Publisher: Leicester, Inter-Varsity Press: 1986

Seller ID: 508091

ISBN: 085110469X

Condition: Average

. 153 pages, paper somewhat browned. View more info

Letters to His Friends

By: Robinson, Forbes

Price: £3.75

Publisher: London, Printed for Private Circulation by Spottiswoode, Ballantyne & Co Ltd: 1930

Seller ID: 465178

Condition: Average

. 210 pages. Rev Forbes Robinson (1867-1904) was a theological lecturer at Christ's College, Cambridge, and examining chaplain to the Bishop of Southwall. A little pen marking. View more info

The Greatest Fight in the World

By: Spurgeon, Charles Haddon

Price: £1.75

Publisher: Welwyn, Evangelical Press: 1975

Seller ID: 012566

ISBN: 0852340575

Condition: Average Minus

. 78 pages, the last annual address Spurgeon gave to the Pastors' College. View more info

Lights and Shadows of Primitive Christendom

By: Stoughton, John

Price: £35.00

Publisher: London, Printed for Private Circulation: 1891

Seller ID: 482168

Condition: Average

. 232 pages. Undated. John Stoughton (1807-1897) was a Congregationalist pastor in Windsor and Kensington, and Professor of Historical Theology at New College, St John's Wood; his son Thomas was one of the founders of Hodder and Stoughton. Covers first the Shadows of Early Christendom (false teachings, fictitious writings, scandals); and the Divine Illumination of Early Christendom (detailing the good and united theological and practical fruit of the early church). Later editions were entitled "Lights and Shadows of Church Life". View more info

The Life and Times of Aonio Paleario: or A History of the Italian Reformers in the Sixteenth Century: Illustrated by Original Letters and Unedited Documents (set of 2 volumes)

By: Young, M [Mary]

Price: £175.00

Publisher: London, Bell and Daldy: 1860

Seller ID: 211243

Condition: Average Plus

. xiv + 588 + xi + 650 pages, small paper libary labels to spines, spines faded. Ex library of King's College Cambridge (post-it note in Vol 2 says "sold by librarian"). Scarce original 1860 edition. Aonio Paleario (1500-1570) was an Italian Reformer accused by the Inquistion and executed. In addition there are chapters on Bernardino Ochino, Peter Martyr Vermiglio, Academies and Learned men, Renée Duchess of Ferrara, Vittoria Colonna and Marc Antonio Flaminio. The author was Mary Young (d.1867 aged 77), daughter of John Strother Ancrum of Roxburgh, and widow of Robert Young (past... View more info