By Jeremy Taylor
London   James Holland
8" by 4.5" [42], 1-622, vi, 7-90, [4]pp
An early edition of Jeremy Taylor's treatise on the doctrine of repentance.
By Jeremy Taylor

1712 Unum Necessarium or The Doctrine and Practice of Repentance Describing The Necessities and Measures of a Strict a Holy and a Christian Life

London   James Holland
8" by 4.5" [42], 1-622, vi, 7-90, [4]pp
An early edition of Jeremy Taylor's treatise on the doctrine of repentance.
£245.00
: 1kgs / : 712L43

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Description

Early Edition, Leather Binding

This work was regarded as Pelagianism and gave great offence to Presbyterians. 

The fourth edition.

ESTC reference no: T84285.

Collated, complete. 

Illustrated frontispiece. 

'Deus Justificatus' has a separate title page, as called for. ESTC notes that this is a reissue of the sheets of the edition of 1705, with a new title page and without the second plate. 

Taylor was a cleric in the Church of England, and he achieved great fame as an author during the Protectorate of Oliver Cromwell.

Condition

In a full calf binding. Externally, generally smart with patches of rubbing to the head and tail of spine. Marks and rubbing to the boards. Small split to the front joint, with the hinge strained but firm. Rear hinge is tender. Closed tear to E1 at the bottom. Small chip to the title page. Repair to the bottom of the title page. Internally, generally firmly bound. Final leaf is detached but present. Pages are generally bright, with just the odd spots.

Good

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