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Tom McGraith of Ranelegh

By Walker, Rowland

London: A & C Black, Ltd, 1926. . 244 pages. A boys' school story of a Canadian boy at an English school. Presented to Cyril Hadler at Croydon British School in 1928.. Cloth. Average.

$6.16

The Pilgrim's Progress and Other Works (with Memoir by George Cheever)

By Bunyan, John; Cheever, George (memoir)

Glasgow: William MacKenzie, 1866. . FRONT ENDPAPER, TITLE PAGE and PAGES i-vi MISSING. vii-xxii, [v]-vi, 942 pages, undated, large print, illustrated both in text and in numerous full-page plates including fold-out facsimile of Bunyan's will. Front internal hinge almost gone, some foxing and grubbiness, portrait of Bunyan missing, other plates not checked as list is missing, fold-out Bunyan's Dream has folds torn. Memoir, Pilgrim's Progress, Holy War, Relation of the Imprisonment of Bunyan, Grace Abounding, Christian Behaviour, Chronological list of Bunyan's Works. 11 x 9 x 2½ inches.. Half-Leather. Average Minus. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$36.99

The Romany Rye: A Sequel to "Lavengro"

By Borrow, George

London: T Nelson & Sons Ltd, 1910. . 480 pages, undated. The second of two volumes of early 19th century eccentric George Borrow's entertaining fictionalised autobiography. Borrow's apparently rather exaggerated experiences with the Man in Black, a popish priest, continue, while Isopel Berners emigrates to America much to his distress. By the author of "The Bible in Spain".. Cloth. Average.

$3.57

Lavengro: The Scholar, the Gypsy, the Priest

By Borrow, George

London: T Nelson & Sons Ltd, 1909. . 576 pages, undated. The first of two volumes of early 19th century eccentric George Borrow's entertaining fictionalised autobiography. Borrow's experiences with gipsies, Armenians, etc. He meets Isopel Berners. By the author of "The Bible in Spain".. Cloth. Average.

$3.57

The Pilgrim's Progress

By Bunyan, John

London: Religious Tract Society for Tract and Colportage Society of Scotland, 1905. . 320 pages. Contains both parts, the eight called-for colour illustrations by Harold Copping. Foxed. Undated.. Cloth. Average. Illus. by Copping, Harold.

$2.27

Whispering Unseen; or, Be ye Doers of the Word, and not Hearers Only

By A.L.O.E. (Charlotte Maria Tucker - A Lady of England)

London: T Nelson & Sons, 1866. . 234 pages, hinges fraying; frontispiece, edges etc foxed. Fictional conversations of a Christian minister, Philias, giving counsel to Christians in different situations of life. A prize given to Charles Hutchison at Scone Parish School in 1871.. Cloth. Average.

$9.73

Kingdom of the Sun

By Brown, Roger H

Bath: Echoes of Service, 1977. . 207 pages. Through the medium of fiction the author, a Brethren missionary, looks at the progress of the gospel in Bolivia at three periods of history, the Spanish Conquest, the Liberation under Bolivar, and the present day of the date of publication. Map and 3 illustrations.. First Edition. Paperback. Good.

$3.57

The Tanglewoods Secret (with Scenes from the Film)

By St John, Patricia M

London: Scripture Union, 1990. . 157 pages. Story of two children living with their aunt in the English countryside. Paper a bit browned.. Paperback. Average.

$1.30

Eldad the Pilgrim: A Sketch of the Manners and Customs of the Jews, in the Century which Preceded the Advent of our Saviour

By Anon

London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (SPCK), 1895. . 355 pages, gilt and black decorated olive brown covers, edges foxed, top and bottom of spine worn, stapled construction starting to fail. Undated abridgement of a work published in two volumes in the 1850s. Historical fiction about the journey to Jerusalem, and the priesthood, of a young Jew, somewhere around 100 years before the birth of Jesus.. Abridged Edition. Cloth. Average.

$12.98

The Pilgrim's Progress from this World to that which is to Come: Delivered under the Similitude of a Dream

By Bunyan, John

London: T Nelson & Sons, 1882. . 228 pages, contains both parts. A few illustrations. Pages 11/12 and 212/3 taped and tatty.. Cloth. Average Minus.

$1.30

The Pilgrim's Progress and Other Works (with Memoir by George Cheever)

By Bunyan, John; Cheever, George (memoir)

London: Virtue & Company, 1880. . xxxvi + 927 pages, giant print, illustrated both in text and in numerous monochrome plates, marbled edges, only part of fold-out Key to Bunyan's Dream is present. Memoir, Pilgrim's Progress 1 & 2, Holy War, Grace Abounding. 11 x 9 x 3inches. Undated but inscribed "To Mary Urquhart, with earnest desire that she may have much pleasure and profit in reading and meditation on it - from her affectionate husband, H (?) Urquhart - Free Manse, Old Deer, 17th July 1880". Also signed "J Mackay" or perhaps "I Mackay".. Half-Leather. Average. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$58.40

The Pilgrim's Progress from this World to that which is to Come (Everyman's Library: No 204)

By Bunyan, John

London: J M Dent & Sons, 1927. . 383 pages, edges foxed.. Cloth. Average.

$2.27

Mary Brunton: and Her One Talent

By Anon (E. A. D. R.)

Edinburgh: Johnstone, Hunter, & Co, 1871. . 112 pages plus publisher's catalogue, blue cloth with gilt decoration, wear to top and bottom of spine, gilt edges. Undated, but there is the remains of a prize label from the West-End Academy, session 1871-2. This is a Victorian religious story for the young, and does not relate to Mrs Mary Brunton the novelist. Victorian Two Pence South Australia postage stamp to flyleaf (image printed low on stamp, top right corner slightly defective).. Cloth. Average.

$12.33

True to Her Faith : A Story of France at the Time of the Huguenots
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True to Her Faith : A Story of France at the Time of the Huguenots

By [Gabourel, Harriet] (as H.G.)

Tain: Christian Focus Publications, 2006. . 221 pages.. Paperback. Good.

$2.27

The Golden Chain: A Story Illustrative of the Lord's Prayer [originally: Dame Wynton's Home]

By Brock, Mrs Carey [Brock, Frances Elizabeth Georgiana]

Sheffield: Zoar Publications, 1970. . 116 pages, endpaper map, local photographs. For ages 11-14 years. A story based on the draining of the Fens near Epworth in North Lincolnshire during the 17th century, when the Huguenots were used by God to bring the gospel to the people of those parts. Reprint of 'Dame Wynton's Home' by a Victorian author, with occasional slightly altered language (e.g. Mrs Wynton instead of Dame Wynton).. Hard Cover. Good.

$4.87

Philip Colville: A Covenanter's Story

By Kennedy, Grace

Edinburgh: William Oliphant & Co, 1877. . 197 pages. Grace Kennedy (1782-1825) was a very popular religious novelist (evangelical/Protestant) in the 19th century, best known for "Father Clement". Philip Colville was her last work on which she was still working at the time of her death and was therefore not completed. Undated, but prize label from the Local Day School Institution (10 Young Street, Edinburgh) is dated 1877.. Cloth. Average.

$18.82

The Course of True Love Never Did Run Smooth

By Reade, Charles

London: Chatto & Windus, 1880. . 269 pages, black leather spine chipped, blue boards. General Victorian fiction.. Half-Leather. Average.

$3.57

The Singer
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The Singer

By Miller, Calvin

Downers Grove, IL, U.S.A.: InterVarsity Press, 1975. . 151 pages. Inscribed and signed by author to previous owner.. Signed by Author. Paperback. Average.

$4.87

Eve's Story: A True-to-Life Story of One Christian Woman's Search for Fullness and Equality

By Lane, Eric; Lane, Joyce

Welwyn: Evangelical Press, 1984. . 248 pages. Paper somewhat browned.. First Edition. Paperback. Average.

$1.30

Ali and Silvana

By Hitching, Bob; Hitching, Barbara

Bromley: STL Books, 1987. . 158 pages, edges foxed, some child's scribbling to endpapers. "A Muslim boy, a Christian girl, and the agony of their love... trapped in a cultural system that tears them apart, Ali and Silvana seek to escape to a new life together. But events beyind their control lead to a drama of heartache and longing ... ".. Paperback. Average.

$1.30

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