The Seraphical Young Shepherd: Being a very remarkable account of a Shepherd in France, about eighteen years of age; Who, without any other Means than the Scriptures, and the Teachings of God's Holy Spirit, attained to a very uncommon and evangelical Knowledge of the true God, and Jesus Christ whom he hath sent; Now translated from the French, and enlarged with Notes by Cornelius Cayley, Jun. Cornelius Cayley.
The Seraphical Young Shepherd: Being a very remarkable account of a Shepherd in France, about eighteen years of age; Who, without any other Means than the Scriptures, and the Teachings of God's Holy Spirit, attained to a very uncommon and evangelical Knowledge of the true God, and Jesus Christ whom he hath sent; Now translated from the French, and enlarged with Notes by Cornelius Cayley, Jun.
The Seraphical Young Shepherd: Being a very remarkable account of a Shepherd in France, about eighteen years of age; Who, without any other Means than the Scriptures, and the Teachings of God's Holy Spirit, attained to a very uncommon and evangelical Knowledge of the true God, and Jesus Christ whom he hath sent; Now translated from the French, and enlarged with Notes by Cornelius Cayley, Jun.

The Seraphical Young Shepherd: Being a very remarkable account of a Shepherd in France, about eighteen years of age; Who, without any other Means than the Scriptures, and the Teachings of God's Holy Spirit, attained to a very uncommon and evangelical Knowledge of the true God, and Jesus Christ whom he hath sent; Now translated from the French, and enlarged with Notes by Cornelius Cayley, Jun.

Boston: I. Thomas and E.T. Andrews, 1793. Hardcover. "To which is added, by him, A Small Bunch of Violets: Being a Collection of Letters, Poems, and Meditations, &c. on many evangelical Subjects; chiefly from natural Figures and Similitudes spiritualized." 2 parts in 1 volume (179, [3] p.); 18 cm. Contemporary calf with six spine compartments between double gilt rules; red leather label in second compartment with gilt-tooled title. Woodcut head-pieces and tail-pieces. Paged continuously. Part II (A Small Bunch of Violets) has special title page. Early American Imprints, 1st ser. (Evans), 25270. Gift inscription on front free endpaper to Fanny W. Coolidge. Scarce. In Good+ Condition: edges rubbed; loss at ends of spine; front joint cracked; lacking lower part of front free endpaper; light foxing and occasional soiling; solid. Good +. Item #005593

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