A Paraphrase, and Annotations Upon all the Books of the New Testament: Briefly explaining all the difficult places thereof by H. Hammond [extra-illustrated with 6 Cluer Dicey & Co. plates]. Henry Hammond.
A Paraphrase, and Annotations Upon all the Books of the New Testament: Briefly explaining all the difficult places thereof by H. Hammond [extra-illustrated with 6 Cluer Dicey & Co. plates]
A Paraphrase, and Annotations Upon all the Books of the New Testament: Briefly explaining all the difficult places thereof by H. Hammond [extra-illustrated with 6 Cluer Dicey & Co. plates]
A Paraphrase, and Annotations Upon all the Books of the New Testament: Briefly explaining all the difficult places thereof by H. Hammond [extra-illustrated with 6 Cluer Dicey & Co. plates]
A Paraphrase, and Annotations Upon all the Books of the New Testament: Briefly explaining all the difficult places thereof by H. Hammond [extra-illustrated with 6 Cluer Dicey & Co. plates]

A Paraphrase, and Annotations Upon all the Books of the New Testament: Briefly explaining all the difficult places thereof by H. Hammond [extra-illustrated with 6 Cluer Dicey & Co. plates]

London: Printed by J. Flesher for Richard Royston, 1653. Hardcover. [6], xii, 1008, [20] pages; 34 cm. Later homemade plain calf cover over original? binding with seven spine compartments between raised bands. Engraved title vignette; woodcut initial letters. Notes are printed in columns. Includes indices of Greek words and phrases, and English words and phrases explained in the annotations; places of the Old Testament explained; errata; and a catlaog of books printed for Richard Royston. Wing, H573. The first edition of this important commentary by English cleric Henry Hammond (1605-1660). Extra-illustrated, with 6 leaves of engraved plates printed and sold or just "Sold by C. Dicey & Co. in Aldermary Church Yard," one tipped in as a frontispiece. Cluer Dicey & Co. was in business from 1756 to around 1770. The prints are titled: Our Saviours Flight into Egipt &c.; our Sauior in the Garding; The Flight of Joseph & Mary into Egypt; [Matthew 21:8.9]; Behold him that taketh away the Sinns of the World; Lazarus Lying at the Rich Mans Gate; Our Saviour Christ and the woman of Samaria. On front free endpaper and blank leaf following the publisher's catalog inscriptions indicating this belonged to Thomas Robertshaw, of Burwains, in Briercliffe, Lancashire, England. In Very Good Condition: homemade leather cover is stained but intact; chipping and small tears along edges of title page without loss of printing of title vignette; old repair of closed tear in print used as frontispiece; scattered light soiling; otherwise, clean and tight. Very Good. Item #007193

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