The Protestant's Annual 1841

By: Elizabeth, Charlotte

Price: $150.00

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Book Condition: Very Good

307pp. Bound in original full crushed morocco leather, decoratively stamped in blind and gilt, all edges gilt. Illustrated with ten steel engravings, including a frontispiece portrait of Rev. Hugh McNeile. Essays include "Preparation for Suffering for the Truth" by Bickersteth, "Protestant Energy and Protestant Hopes" by Miss M.A. Stoddart, "On the Difference in Point of Spirit and Character Between the Legal and the Evangelical Obedience" by Chalmers, "The Crown of Martyrdom" by Miss M.A.S. Barber, "Is the Last Enemy of the Church a Professed Infidel" by Macartney, "Christian Legislation" by Macleod Wylie, "The Truth Necessarily Protestant" by McNeile, "Katharine Parr" by Charlotte Elizabeth, "A Jealous God" by Muir, "The Martyr Lambert" by Finch, "Luther: A Fragment" by Montgomery and more. This is a rare book. Elizabeth was a prominent evangelical writer who at one point met Hannah More. The motive for the publication of this book was the revival of Reformed doctrine in England at a time when it was not popular. This work would be worthy of reprinting today due to the condition of the evangelical church. Corners bumped. Ownership inscription on one of the prelims. Engravings show some foxing. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Title: The Protestant's Annual 1841

Author Name: Elizabeth, Charlotte

Categories: Theology, Church History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, Francis Baisler: 1841

Binding: Original Leather

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Type: Book

Seller ID: 380