Text Book for the annual Sermons during Christmas, Lent, Good Friday, Easter, Ascension, and Pentecost, in the English Reformed Church at Amsterdam.

Harlem, John Enschedé and Sons ‘to be sold for the Benefit of the English Orphan House’, 1819.

8vo, pp. viii, 64; an excellent copy in contemporary black ‘mourning’ wrappers, minimally bumped.

£100

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Text Book for the annual Sermons during Christmas, Lent, Good Friday, Easter, Ascension, and Pentecost, in the English Reformed Church at Amsterdam.

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First and only edition of readings printed by Enschedé for the English Reformed Church at Amsterdam, shortly after the congregation’s acquisition of its own premises in 1817.

COPAC records copies in only four UK institutions (BL, Bodleian, Edinburgh, and Durham).

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