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vii, , 128 pages. Cloth spine over marbled boards. An exceptionally uncommon (and adventurous) effort. Worldcat records only a few surviving copies. Complete with chronological and genealogical tables, book-by-book synopses, and, at rear, a 9 page "synopsis of history (sacred and profane) from the Deluge to the Birth of Christ". The author's name does not appear on the title page; concluding the 7 page preface is: Geo. Manley / Maquetra, Boulogne-sur-mer, January 1842. A little staining to front pastedown and title page, pages 72-82 foxed, else a clean interior. Recto of last page lists errata. Signature of Mary M. Shaw / Lake side on rear pastedown dated Dec. 8 82. Old bookseller's / binder's ticket to top left front pastedown: Leteurtre / libraire releur / haut-ville, Boulogne. No endpapers present. Binding is sturdy and hinges sound, with no loose pages.
Title: The Bible Made Easy or, A Key to facilitate the study of God's Holy Word. In which the whole Bible History is connected together in chronological order, and so arranged, that the whole may be embraced at one reading....
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: Boulogne-sur-Mer, F. Birlé: 1842
Binding: paper covered boards
Book Condition: Good
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: Books005931
Keywords: George Manley scarce catechetical theology