Memoirs of the Life, Religious Experiences and Labours in the Gospel of James Gough, Late of the City of Dublin, deceased; Compiled from his original manuscripts, by his brother John Gough. James Gough.
Memoirs of the Life, Religious Experiences and Labours in the Gospel of James Gough, Late of the City of Dublin, deceased; Compiled from his original manuscripts, by his brother John Gough

Memoirs of the Life, Religious Experiences and Labours in the Gospel of James Gough, Late of the City of Dublin, deceased; Compiled from his original manuscripts, by his brother John Gough

Dublin: Robert Jackson, 1781. Hardcover. xxiv, 186 p.; 17 cm. Signatures: A-H12 I6 K4 (-K4) (12mo). Contemporary full speckled calf; six spine compartments between raised bands. Gilt-tooled leather label in second compartment with title "Gough's Life." Small paper label in first compartment with number "17." Blind-tooled decoration on board edges. Printed label on front fixed endpaper for Aimwell School Library. In 1796 the Society for the Free Instruction of Female Children was established in Philadelphia by three Quaker women. The name Aimwell School was adopted in 1807. The first edition of the memoirs of the English Quaker schoolmaster and author James Gough (1712-1780). Includes the author's An Epistle to Friends, in All Parts of Ireland (p. [159]-184). In Very Good Condition: edges rubbed; minor loss at head of spine; old dampstaining to fore-edges; light foxing throughout; otherwise clean and tight. Very Good. Item #003539

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