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A SERMON ON 1ST. JOHN, V.7 by  John Wesley - 1775 - from William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-ILAB and


by Wesley, John

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Dublin: Printed by William Kidd, for William Whitestone, 1775. [6],[7]-31,[1]pp. Small octavo. Extracted from nonce pamphlet volume. Typographic decorative title border. Early ink name on half-title, half-title neatly detached, faint tanning and occasional minor spots, but a very good copy, printed on unusually heavy paper. First Dublin edition. A Limerick edition is tentatively dated the same year, and the first London edition followed in 1776. Wesley's prefatory "Advertisement" is dated at Cork, 8 May, 1775, and refers to requests that the sermon be rendered in print before he left that city, requests that he was unable to fulfill due to circumstance. Scarce: ESTC locates 7 copies, 3 of them in North America, and OCLC does not expand that count. ESTC T45856. BAKER 306.
  • Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-ILAB US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: WRCLIT66505
  • Title: A SERMON ON 1ST. JOHN, V.7
  • Author: Wesley, John
  • Book condition: Used
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Publisher: Printed by William Kidd, for William Whitestone
  • Place: Dublin
  • Date published: 1775
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