Nimo, Nigeria: Asele Institute, NIMO;, 1985. Scarce. "The book gives the history of a great institution that is exactly one hundred years old in Eastern Nigeria - the Roman Catholic Church. The actual setting is a typical local situation - Nnewi. Beside recounting the story of the phenomenal success of the Catholic church in teh town, this book analyses the vital interplay of various circumstances, evangelical strategies, adn the differing roles of key agents in stimulating the tremendous local response to the faith" (rear cover). Brown paper wrappers with black title to spine and front cover. Rubbing to front cover with small part of cover paper rubbed off. Minor soiling to covers and wear to edgess. Ownership markings in red pen across title page. Clean overall aside from occasional light smudge marks / spots of soiling to margins. 205 pages. REL/070920.
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London: University of London / Athlone Press, 1959. Paperback. Lecture delivered on 20 October 1959. Octavo in mustard yellow side-stapled paper wrappers with black title to front cover. Slight browning to edges of wrappers and light soiling to top corner of front wrapper. Clean interior. 18 pages. REL/090815. Very Good.
Philadelphia: George W. Jacobs & Co, 1899. Hardcover. Blue cloth boards with gilt title to spine and gilt emblem to front board. Gift inscription from Nina and Julia Miel (presumably relations of the author) to front endpaper. Prayer written beneath in pen. Foxing to first few pages including frontispiece, else clean. 190 pages. REL/031819. Very Good.
San Francisco: San Francisco Book Company, 1977. Hardcover. Near fine in near fine salmon colored dust jacket with black and beige title to front panel and beige title to slightly faded spine. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR ON THE FRONT FREE END PAGE. Inscription reads "To Anita Scott, With thanks for her contributions to this book. and with love, Jim Mills." Religion. REL109271. Near Fine in Near Fine Dust Jacket.
College Station: Texas A&M University Press, . Hardcover. Blue cloth boards with silver title to spine. Red ownership marking to front free endpaper. Red pen notation of the date of publication to the bottom of the title page, else clean interior. In white and purple dust jacket with black title to spine and white title to front panel. Light rubbing to jacket and slight fading to spine panel. 284 pages. REL/071620. Very Good / Very Good.
Reading, PA: Daniel Miller, 1888. Hardcover. SCARCE. 32mo. Small book measuring just 5" tall by 3.5" wide. Very good in brown cloth covered boards with gilt title to front board. Embossed design to boards. Minor wear to edges and rubbing to boards. Previous owner's name writting in pencil to front free end page. Pencil markings to margins and minor foxing throughout but text remains clean and bright. 104 pages. Religion. REL110161. Very Good.
New York: Didier, 1947. Hardcover. First Edition, Second Printing. "The sidewalks of New York knew and reverenced the little nun who trudged along, begged for her poor. The glittering boulevards knew her as she entered the offices of financiers, seeking help for the helpless. The lonely pampas of South America knew her; royal palaces of Europe knew her. Workingmen, invalids, children, prisoners in darkest prisons waited for her visits as she passed like a kind angel among them" (jacket). Blue cloth boards with gilt title to spine and gilt illustration to front cover. Blue pen ownership marking to front free endpaper, else clean. Illustrated. In blue illustrated dust jacket with black title to spine and front panel. Minor chipping, tears, and wear to edges of jacket. Minor fading to spine. Small dampstain to bottom edge of jacket and to bottom edges of boards. A little bit of the jacket has adhered to the bottom edges of the boards. 151 pages. REL/071520. Very Good / Very Good.
New York: John Wilson and Daniel Hitt, for the Methodist Connection, 1809. Hardcover. Handstitched repair to title page; else very good, in full leather. 3-1/2 x 5-1/2 inches. 184 pp. Spiritual autobiography of John Nelson, Leeds, Engliand preacher (d. 1744). Includes firsthand descriptions of Methodist founder, John Wesley. Protestantism. REL/3292. Very Good.
New York: American Tract Society, 1836. Hardcover. Rev. Nevins was a pastor in Baltimore. Includes 46 tracts with topics like: Do you pray in secret? Why is prayer not heard? Do you pay for a religious newspaper? Travelling on the Sabbath, Detached thoughts, I can't afford it, I will give liberally, Why so loth to die?, and Heaven's attractions. Black leather spine over brown pebbled cloth boards. Minor wear and rubbing to hinges, edges of boards, and corners. Spots of foxing throughout; although, they are fairly light. Foxing is heavier on early and late pages. Frontispiece of children weeping at gravesite with angels hovering above. 230 pages. Size: a little less than 6 x 4 inches. REL/030719. Very Good.