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Thrty-Four Conference between Danish Missionaries and Malabrian Bramans in the E. Indes (1719)

£325.00

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Full leather binding, five raised bands and gilt decoration to spine. FRONT BOARD DETACHED BUT PRESENT. 1719. xxii.352pp. 1st edition. Leather worn, cracked to spine but binding still solid and tight. Front free endpaper also detached but rest of text block including flyleaf and half title are bound in. Internally some tanning and foxing but overall clean and unmarked throughout. Owners name in ink on front free endpaper. Translated from High Dutch by Mr. Philips, original German missionary authors were Batholomaeus Ziegenbalg  and Ernst Grundler. Prefaced by a message 'To the King'  from Mr' Philips as the glorious defender of the Protestant faith that the missionaries were 'recommending to the heathens'. An amazing 200 year old survivor. 

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Condition:
Fair
Edition:
1st, 1719
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
H. Clements

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Full leather binding, five raised bands and gilt decoration to spine. FRONT BOARD DETACHED BUT PRESENT. 1719. xxii.352pp. 1st edition. Leather worn, cracked to spine but binding still solid and tight. Front free endpaper also detached but rest of text block including flyleaf and half title are bound in. Internally some tanning and foxing but overall clean and unmarked throughout. Owners name in ink on front free endpaper. Translated from High Dutch by Mr. Philips, original German missionary authors were Batholomaeus Ziegenbalg  and Ernst Grundler. Prefaced by a message 'To the King'  from Mr' Philips as the glorious defender of the Protestant faith that the missionaries were 'recommending to the heathens'. An amazing 200 year old survivor. 

Condition:
Fair
Edition:
1st, 1719
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
H. Clements

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