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Diaries and Letters of Philip Henry, M.A. of Broad Oak, Flintshire A.D. 1631–1696

The life of the 17th century Presbyterian minister

Author

Matthew Henry Lee, editor

Publisher

Kegan Paul, Trench & Co, London, 1882
Diaries and Letters of Philip Henry, M.A. of Broad Oak, Flintshire A.D. 1631–1696Diaries and Letters of Philip Henry, M.A. of Broad Oak, Flintshire A.D. 1631–1696Diaries and Letters of Philip Henry, M.A. of Broad Oak, Flintshire A.D. 1631–1696

Printing Details

First edition. Hardback, bound in half-leather with marbled boards, spine with contrasting title labels and five raised bands. 19.5 × 13cm, 414pp [1].

The life, letters and diaries of Philip Lee, a 17th century Presbyterian minister and diarist, including some troubled times during the Civil War. His son Matthew became a minister and author of biblical commentary.

Condition

Good condition. The leather is scuffed to the spine and corners. The inner binding is secure, but a previous owner has handwritten his own index and annotations to the front and rear endpapers, as well as some inoffensive marginal notes and marks. (The previous owner was C B Phillimore of Hurley Manor House, Maidenhead). The book is in strong readable condition.

Price

£30.00
 

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Diaries and Letters of Philip Henry, M.A. of Broad Oak, Flintshire A.D. 1631–1696Diaries and Letters of Philip Henry, M.A. of Broad Oak, Flintshire A.D. 1631–1696Diaries and Letters of Philip Henry, M.A. of Broad Oak, Flintshire A.D. 1631–1696

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