Cambridge and London: Macmillan and Company, circa 1880. Hardcover. This set includes twelve religious tracts printed in England during the 1800s. The tracts include: Tract 1: Religio Laici by Thomas Hughes 39 pages; Tract 2: The Mote and the Beam: A Clergyman's Lessons from the Present Panic by Rev. F.D. Maurice 73 pages; Tract 3: The Atonement as a Fact and as a Theory by Rev. Francis Garden 37 pages; Tract 4: The Signs of the Kingdom of Heaven: An Appeal to Scripture upon the Question of Miracles by Rev. J. Llewelyn Davies 51 pages; Tract 5: On Terms of Communion: The Boundaries of the Church and the Message of the Church by Rev. C.K.P. and J.N. Langley; Tract 6: The Sermon of the Bishop of Oxford on Revelation and the Layman's Answer by J.M. Ludlow and F.D. Maurice 42 pages; Tract 7: Two Lay Dialogues by J.M. Ludlow 48 pages; Tract 8: Evidences for Those Who Think and Feel More Than They Can Read by Rev. C.P. Chretien 37 pages; Tract 9: Dissent and the Creeds by J. M. Ludlow and Rev. Francis Garden 50 pages; Tract 10: Politics Ancient and Modern by Sir Edward Strachey and Rev. F.D. Maurice 66 pages; Tract 11: The Spirit Giveth Life by Rev. J. Llewelyn Davies 49 pages; Tract 12: The Testimony of Scripture to the Authority of Conscience and of Reason by Rev. W.H. Lyttelton 50 pages. Both volumes are bound in three-quarter leather with marbled paper covered boards and raised bands to spines. Black leather title and volume labels to the spines of both volumes. Minor chipping and wear to the leather on both volumes. The front hinge of volume one is cracked; however, the board remains firmly sewn in place. Bookplate of Christopher and Lady Sophia Tower featuring their coat of arms to front endpage of volume one. Clean, bright interiors. Attractive bindings. Religion. REL110171 This set may require an extra shipping fee. Very Good.
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