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The Englishman's Bible

£45.00

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The Englishman's Bible - How he got it, & Why he keeps it. A history of the bible in England from early Christianity through to Victorian times. The author is a descendent of one of the translators of the 1611 Authorised Version of the bible. 12 black and white illustrations. Some staining to front and rear inside covers and some scuffing to the spine. Inscription inside front cover from the Dobwalls Wesleyan Sunday School April 17th 1881. 152 pages plus 16 page Wesleyan Conference Office publications catalogue.

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Author(s):
Rev. J. Boyes
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
167x112x117
Edition:
First Edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
168
Publisher:
Wesleyan Conference Office

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The Englishman's Bible - How he got it, & Why he keeps it. A history of the bible in England from early Christianity through to Victorian times. The author is a descendent of one of the translators of the 1611 Authorised Version of the bible. 12 black and white illustrations. Some staining to front and rear inside covers and some scuffing to the spine. Inscription inside front cover from the Dobwalls Wesleyan Sunday School April 17th 1881. 152 pages plus 16 page Wesleyan Conference Office publications catalogue.

Author(s):
Rev. J. Boyes
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
167x112x117
Edition:
First Edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
168
Publisher:
Wesleyan Conference Office

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