Lot 24 of 457:
George Bishop, Quakers in New England 1703  

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New-England judged, by the spirit of the Lord. In two parts. First, Containing a brief relation of the sufferings of the people call’d Quakers in New-England, from the Time of their first Arrival there, in the Year 1656... to anno 1665

Bishop, George


Printed and sold by T. Sowle



[10], 231, 232-302, 303-498, 1-212, [20]. 18.3x10.7 cm (7¼x4¼"), rebound in brown cloth, lettering in spine on gilt. Second edition.

Contains ’An appendix to the book, entitled, New-England judg’d’ and ’New England judged. The second part’ have separate title-pages dated 1702; 1702/3. Greatly expanded from the 1661 first edition. Also contains ’Truth and innocency defended; .. In answer to Cotton Mather’ with separate title-page dated 1702 and pagination as well as a 20 page index. Formerly copy of Friend's Free Library in Georgetown, with library card holders inside covers and library name hole-punched onto each title page near the bottom.

Lot Amendments

Dampstaining throughout textblock, pages toned with foxing throughout; good.

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