Primitive Christianity Revived, in the Faith and Practice of the People Called Quakers, Written in Testimony to the Present Dispensation of God "Through Them," to the World; That Prejudices May Be Removed, the Simple Informed, the Well-inclined Encouraged, and the Truth, and Its Innocent Friends Rightly Represented. Bound with, as issued: Select Pieces on Religious Subjects

Philadelphia: Printed and published by Joseph Crukshank, 1783. First Published about the Middle of the Last Century, by Isaac Pennington. First American edition (the Penn title first published London, 1696). 8vo in fours. 66, (2), iv, 98, (2) pp. Separate title page for the Pennington; publisher's ad leaf. Evans 18081. Contemporary leather-backed boards (partly eroded); lacking all endpapers front and rear, some old browning and staining to text, but a good solid copy. Item #50060

Price: $250.00

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