London: W. Innys; R. Manby, 1735. Second Edition. Full Leather. Very Good binding. Twelve Sermons by the brace and pious Protestant martyr John Rogers, who was burned at the stake near Oxford in front of his wife and nine children in 1555 -- the first English Protestant martyr under Mary I, even as he was being tied to the stake he refused to recant and turn back to Rome. This copy in calf with double-ruled fillets to the perimeters; raised bands with morocco title; the boards have been discreetly reinforced by japanese tissue as have the hinges. Stamped to the title page is the an old bookseller's stamp; the first leaf of Sermon I (1/2) has some handwritten interlinear translation in what appears to be Swedish. The Preface is signed T. C. ESTCT67059. (ESTCT67059). Very Good binding. (Inventory #: 274829)
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