THE WORKS Of the Learned and Pious Author of The Whole Duty of Man.
Printed at the Theatre in Oxford, and in London by Roger Norton for Edward Pawlet [And] Printed at the Theater in Oxford and are to be sold by Edward Paulet ..., 1704. 2 vols. in 1. Folio. [xiv] + 456pp. + [xvi] + 242pp. + [ vi] + pp.(243-324). + [vi]. Engraved frontis., t.p. devices, dec. initial letters. Lacking half title? Dampstaining to head of last 100 or so leaves, paper deteriorated with loss to rear pastedown, marginal staining in part, light browning, with the armorial bookplate of D. Wilson Trin. Coll Cant. Soc., old blind ruled turned calf some wear, joints cracked with upper joint cracked through, loss to corners, loss to upper compartment of spine.
¶ ESTC T102260. The author of the whole duty of man - Richard Allestree. In two parts, each with separate pagination and register. The first part contains ’The whole duty of man’, London, 1703, ’The causes of the decay of Christian piety’, London, 1702, and ’The gentleman’s calling’, London, 1703, each with a separate titlepage. The second part contains ’The ladies calling’, ’The government of the tongue’, ’The art of contentment’ and ’The lively oracles .. or the Christians birth-right’, each with a divisional titlepage. With a Preface by J. Fell, Bishop of Oxford.’
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Keywords: PHILOSOPHY AND THEOLOGY; THEOLOGY