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Essay on the necessity of daily service in the Church of England  

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An Essay Upon the Service of the Church of England, Considered as a Daily Service

Best, William


Printed for J. Oliver and Sold by B. Dodd & J. & J. Rivington



12mo, contemporary calf rebacked, red leather label, gilt lettering. First Edition.

An essay by the vicar of St. Lawrence Jewry and St. Mary Magdalen Milk Street (a single institution), William Best (1696-1761), on thenecessity of daily service in the Church of England. There was a second edition in 1794. Uncommon.

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Edges rubbed and chipped; very good.

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