NP, n/d. Hardcover. 12mo. Pagination: See above. 3/4 leather over marbled boards with embossed gilt lettering to sine. Raised bands. Marbled endpapers. Bible-related and religious books, aimed at a Christian audience, published by the Religious Tract Society (see below). With indeces. Age wear to binding. Minor browning, sporadic foxing to inside. Otherwise clean and tight. Binding in fair, inside in very good condition. g. Item #19625
On the Publisher (Source: Public Domain):
The Religious Tract Society, founded 1799, was the original name of a major British publisher of Christian literature intended initially for evangelism, and including literature aimed at children, women, and the poor. The RTS is also notable for being the publisher of the Boys' Own Paper and Girl's Own Paper.
The founders were of the same type of evangelicals who founded the London Missionary Society and the British and Foreign Bible Society, for example David Bogue.
The society started by publishing tracts, but rapidly expanded their work into the production of books and periodicals. Their books were mostly small but did include larger works such as the multi-volume Devotional Commentary and the massive Analytical Concordance to the Bible of Robert Young.
In 1935 the RTS merged with the Christian Literature Society for India and Africa to form the United Society for Christian Literature (USCL). In 1931, there was a change of imprint to Lutterworth Press for all RTS publications intended for the home market.