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Hawarden's Rule of Faith, 1721  

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The Rule of Faith truly stated, in a new and easy method...

Hawarden, Edward



1721,1720, [1725]


Three parts bound together. (12mo) 14.8x8.2 cm (6x3¼"), later half sheep & boards, morocco spine label. 

Influential works by the  English Roman Catholic theologian and controversialist, issued separately but often found together.

The three parts comprise:

  • The rule of faith truly stated, in a new and easy method;
    or A key to controversy.[8], 65 pp. 1721.
  • Postscript: or, A review of the grounds already laid: together with a second and third part of The rule of faith. 74 pp. 1720.
  • Second part of The rule of faith. Wherein the authority of church-guides is stated, in a new and easy method; or an explanation of these words... [4], xxiv, [75]-344, xxv-xxx, [2 ad] pp.

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Some foxing and darkening to contents, ink name to title page; very good.

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