By James Everett
London   Hamilton, Adams, and Co
6.5" by 4" [5], viii-xvi, 339, [1pp]
A very decorative copy of this charming biography on the life of the Methodist preacher Samuel Hick.
By James Everett

1835 The Village Blacksmith; or, Piety and Usefulness Exemplified, in a Memoir of the Life of Samuel Hick, Late of Micklefield, Yorkshire

London   Hamilton, Adams, and Co
6.5" by 4" [5], viii-xvi, 339, [1pp]
A very decorative copy of this charming biography on the life of the Methodist preacher Samuel Hick.
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Description

Fine Binding, Leather Binding

A scarce early edition of this work, it is uncommon to find such an early edition for sale.

A heart-warming biography on the life of Samuel Hick, a popular Methodist preacher in York.

Written by James Everett, an English Methodist, who was a prominent figure behind the formation of the United Methodist Free Churches.

Condition

In a full calf binding. Externally, smart, with a small mark to the rear board. A small amount of rubbing to the spine. A little bumping to the extremities. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are lightly age-toned with some spots.

Very Good

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