Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller

Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller

A rational account of the grounds of Protestant Religion: being a Vindication of the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury's Relation of a Conference, &c. from the Pretended Answer by T.C. wherein the True Grounds of Faith are cleared, and the False discovered; the Church of England vindicated from the Imputation of Schism; and the most important particular Controversies between us and that of the Church of Rome throughly examined

London: Printed by Rob. White for Henry Mortlock at the Sign of the Phoenix in St. Pauls Church-yard near the little North-door, 1665. Hardcover. Sm. folio. [18] 654pp. Contemporary calf encased in clear plastic by previous owner. Raised bands. Chipping to corners. Front board split along spine but still attached to plastic. Rubbing, scuffing and some staining to boards and spine. Bookplate of "Leeds Church Institute. For Reference only. Not to be taken away." to inside of front board. Creasing to first 12 pages not affecting text. Sporadic staining and slight rippling to pages throughout. First 6 pages almost completely loose. "Edward Stillingfleet (1635-1699) was an English clergyman who rose to the position of Bishop of Worcester in the Church of England." Binding in poor, interior in good condition. fair. Item #14545

Price: $300.00

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