By William Burns
London   J. Johnson
8.5" by 5.5" 6-141 [3]pp
The very scarce first edition of the first part of William Burns's examination of the character of Methodists, and evangelical Christians. 
By William Burns

1810 An Inquiry into the Moral Tendency of Methodism and Evangelical Preaching. Including some Remarks on the Hints of a Barrister. Part the First.

London   J. Johnson
8.5" by 5.5" 6-141 [3]pp
The very scarce first edition of the first part of William Burns's examination of the character of Methodists, and evangelical Christians. 
£150.00
: 0.5kgs / : 860F25

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First Edition, Rebound, Very Scarce

The very scarce first part only of this first edition. The second part, also very scarce, was published in 1812.

In this scarce first edition, Theological writer William Burns discusses Methodists, examining their characters in order to 'make a just estimate of their virtues and their vices, and to show the connexion which subsists between these and their doctrine'.

With a single advertisement to the rear for another work from the author, titled 'The Spirit of Christianity'.

Retaining the original half title, and with the errata leaf to the rear.

Condition

Rebound in paper wraps. Externally, excellent. Internally, firmly bound. Pages bright and generally clean, with only the odd instance of spotting.

Very Good Indeed

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