The Original And Present State Of Man, Briefly Considered: Wherein Is Shewn, The Nature of His Fall, and the Necessity, Means and Manner of His Restoration, through the Sacrifice of Christ, and the Sensible Operation of the Divine Principle of Grace and Truth, Held Forth to the World, by the People Called Quakers.

The Original And Present State Of Man, Briefly Considered: Wherein...
The Original And Present State Of Man, Briefly Considered: Wherein Is Shewn, The Nature of His Fall, and the Necessity, Means and Manner of His Restoration, through the Sacrifice of Christ, and the Sensible Operation of the Divine Principle of Grace and Truth, Held Forth to the World, by the People Called Quakers.
The Original And Present State Of Man, Briefly Considered: Wherein Is Shewn, The Nature of His Fall, and the Necessity, Means and Manner of His Restoration, through the Sacrifice of Christ, and the Sensible Operation of the Divine Principle of Grace and Truth, Held Forth to the World, by the People Called Quakers.

Philadelphia: Joseph Crukshank, First US edition, 1783. 8vo, old calf, 209 pp, good copy, moderate general rubbing and dryness to calf, contents good and clean. Late 18th or Early 19th century signature of John Hutchinson clipped and affixed to pastedown; signature of Abigail Hutchinson on flyleaf, giving this book away in 1876. Fair.

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Price: $100.00

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