1813 The Lives of the Puritans Containing a Biographical Account of Those Divines Who Distinguished Themselves in the Cause of Religious Liberty From the Reformation under Queen Elizabeth I to the Act of Uniformity in 1662
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The 1813 editions, three volumes complete. Volume I is a slightly larger paper edition than volumes II and III and is in a different binding. Benjamin Brook was an English nonconformist minister and religious historian. He studied puritan and nonconformist history and biography. He published several historical religious works including 'The History of Religious Liberty and Appeal to Facts to Justify Dissenters in Their Separation from the Established Church'. The three volumes contain biographies and assessments of individual Puritans such as John Foxe, Thomas Lever and John Hardyman whilst providing a wider context of the history of Puritans.
In full cloth library bindings. Volume I is in a black cloth binding with volumes II and III in a brown binding. Externally, very smart. Some incredibly minor bumping to the head and tail of spines. Library plates to the front pastedowns and to the recto of front endpapers. Gloucestershire county library institutional stamp throughout all volumes, does not affect text. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are age toned with scattered spots throughout.
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