A New Exposition on the Book of Common Prayer: Wherein the Whole Service is Illustrated and Defended by Incontestable Proofs Drawn from the Holy Scriptures; By which is made to Appear, That there can be no Reasonable Objection. John Veneer.
A New Exposition on the Book of Common Prayer: Wherein the Whole Service is Illustrated and Defended by Incontestable Proofs Drawn from the Holy Scriptures; By which is made to Appear, That there can be no Reasonable Objection

A New Exposition on the Book of Common Prayer: Wherein the Whole Service is Illustrated and Defended by Incontestable Proofs Drawn from the Holy Scriptures; By which is made to Appear, That there can be no Reasonable Objection

London: C. Rivington, 1727. Hardcover. Title continued: "Urg'd by Dissenters of any Denomination against joining in Communion with the Church of England; Interspersed with proper Observations, and Answers to several Popular Objections not consider'd by other Writers; To which is prefix'd, An Introduction, demonstrating the Lawfulness and Expediency of Precomposed Forms of Prayers In Answer to a Pamphlet, intitled, Plain Reasons for Dissenting from the Church of England, so far as relates to this Subject." [24], lxviii, 372 pages, frontispiece; 20 cm. Signatures: A4 B8 a-d8 e2 B-2A8 2B2 (8vo). Contemporary full calf; black leather spine label with gilt-tooled title: Exposition on the C. Prayer. Title page in red and black. Wood-cut headpieces, tailpieces, and initials. Plain Reasons for Dissenting from the Church of England, to which Introduction is a response, is by Charles Owen (d. 1746). In Very Good Condition: spine is sunned; joints are starting; edges rubbed; old repair of pp. 159-60 without loss of text; marginal notation on p. xxvii; otherwise, clean and bright. Very scarce. Very Good. Item #003603

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