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Sermons of Jonathan Edwards 1780  

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Sermons on the Following Subjects;....

Edwards, Jonathan


Hudson and Goodwin



282, [1] errata pp. (8vo) period full calf. First American Edition.

Early ownership marks form Samuel Nott indicating that this volume was in the Franklin CT library, dated 1791. Nott was a Congregationalist pastor in Franklin and was the father of Samuel Nott Jr., one of the pioneers of  American foreign missions. First American editions of these sermons, never published during Edwards's lifetime. With a preface by his son discussing the difficulty of printing the sermons during the Revolution. The author was President of the College of New-Jersey. Evans 16767.

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Binding well worn, front joint starting, rubbing and chips to leather; binding cracked internally and shaken, first signature detached, leaves toned with some stains; good.

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