Lectures on the Catechism of the Church of England (Vol. I) with a Discourse on Confirmation
Dublin, Ireland, J. Exshaw and J. Williams, 1774. Leather Bound. pp. , 387. 12mo. Bound in original full leather, with ruled spine & morocco label. Boards show noticeable wear. Joints tender, hinges tight. 'Tudor' stamped on the inside of the front board. Old 'copper plate' ink name written on top right corner of title page. Outside edge of pages 383/384 torn with small loss of text. Pages lightly age-toned, but no foxing. A good copy. Thomas Secker (1693-1768) was Archibishop of Canterbury, who initially studied medicine in London and Paris, until graduating from Oxford University. He served in various posts until becoming Archibishop in 1758. He opposed the advanced of Methodism, but did not join in the prosecution of its followers. He published sermons, charges, and other works. This is his best-known title and was first published (posthumously) in 1769.
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