By Rev. Octavius Winslow
London   John F. Shaw
6.5" by 4" viii [4] 216pp.
A very scarce work concerning the Atonement by the Rev. Octavius Winslow, a prominent nineteenth-century evangelical preacher.
By Rev. Octavius Winslow

1842 The Inquirer Directed to an Experimental and Practical View of the Atonement

London   John F. Shaw
6.5" by 4" viii [4] 216pp.
A very scarce work concerning the Atonement by the Rev. Octavius Winslow, a prominent nineteenth-century evangelical preacher.
£90.00
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Early Edition, Very Scarce

The third edition of this very scarce work in the publisher's original cloth binding with blind-stamping to the boards.

Octavius Winslow (1808-1878), also known as "The Pilgrim's Companion", was a prominent nineteenth-century evangelical preacher in England and America. He was a Baptist minister in England for most of his life. In 1858, he founded and became the first minister of Kensington Chapel, Bath, which later became a Union Church. In 1867, left the Baptist pastorate and in 1870 was ordained an Anglican deacon and priest by the Bishop of Chichester.

This work was first published in 1839, when he pastored a Baptist church in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire. In this work Winslow discusses the Atonement.

Condition

In the publisher's original cloth binding. Externally very smart. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright and clean except for the odd handling mark.

Near Fine

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