Traces of Divine Sovereignty, or, The Freeness and Unchangeable Nature of God's Saving Grace, Manifested in the experience of the Author. PLUS 3 OTHER WORKS BOUND TOGETHER. SLEAFORD : 1832, 1832, 1835, 1839 [ Minister of the Gospel, Heckington, Lincs ]
Sleaford: Printed for the Author, 1832. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. 8vo Ex-Library FIRST EDITION : 1832, 1832, 1835, 1839. Hardback. **SCARCE** 4 ITEMS BOUND TOGETHER. 1: Traces of divine sovereignty, or, The freeness and unchangeable nature of God's saving grace, manifested in the experience of the author. [ Copies in UK: British Library, Cambridge ] 112 pages. 2: A Description of the Justified Character [ Heb. X. 38]. [ Unrecorded. ] 78 pages. 3: The stumbling block removed; or, The nature and use of the precepts of the gospel considered: A Sermon preached in Zoar Chapel, Leicester. By Robert Creasey. [Copies in UK: British Library, Cambridge, Oxford ] (ii), 47 pages. 4: Christ's Invitation to his Spouse : A Sermon, on Solomon's song, chapter IV. 8. By Robert Creasey. [Copies in UK: British Library, Oxford ] 50 pages. Brown sand-grained cloth. Dark red leather label; lettered in gilt ' Greasey's Works'. Early owner names to fly-leaves; (Presentation inscription; 'to Mary Lord… Sleaford, 1853'. Minimal library marks to verso of title and pastedown only. John Rose, Sleaford, 1870, L. Rees, Leicester. Minor wear only. VERY GOOD. SCARCE COLLECTION. (Book ref. 0015937) £135.00
Autograph Letter Signed to "Mr Stockwell"
Nightingale Lane, Balham, Surrey, 12 April 1880. One page, 12mo, laid down on card from album, slightly spotted but manily good condition. "This time your donation is for the College I believe & I thank you much for it, as a tangible embodiment of the hearty good feeling which you express. I believe you are not mistaken in your estimate of the Institutions. God has blessed then & will do so. | You are welcome to the meetings, but please do not give my address in full, nor so nearly in full as some have done." (Book ref. 10841) £200.00
A History of the English Baptists
London: The Baptist Union Publication Department, 1947. Illustrated by Bl/white Photographs. First. Bright blue Cloth, Gilt Titles. Very Good/Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Hard Cover Dustjacket not priceclipped but shelfworn. Jacket corners have some loss as has spine to top edge with open tear to spine juction to front of dustjacket. Front endpaper cut out. Top edge dusty, but internally bright,tight and clean with vibrant blue boards.16 illustrations. Comprehensive history of the church. 286 pp. (Book ref. 004692) £12.00
Oeuvres de Jean-Baptiste Poquelin de Moliere. Vol.VII.
Paris, P.Didot L'Aine, 1817 8.5" x 5.5". 338pp. Text in French. Bookplate. Front board partly loose. Illus.frontis with tissue guard. Marbled ep's. Brown 1/4 leather bdg. Very worn & damaged spine. (Book ref. 5667) £10.00
Oeuvres de Jean-Baptiste Poquelin de Moliere. Vol.VI.
Paris, P.Didot L'Aine, 1817 8.5" x 5.5". 380pp. Text in French. Illus.frontis with tissue guard. Bookplate. Marbled ep's. Brown 1/4 leather very worn bdg. (Book ref. 5665) £10.00
Oeuvres de Jean-Baptiste Poquelin de Moliere. Vol.V.
Paris, P.Didot L'Aine, 1817 8.5" x 5.5". 424pp. Text in French.Bookplate. Illus.frontis with tissue guard. Marbled ep's. Brown 1/4 leather bdg. Very worn & damaged spine. (Book ref. 5666) £10.00
Oeuvres de Jean-Baptiste Poquelin de Moliere. Vol.IV.
Paris, P.Didot L'Aine, 1817 8.5" x 5.5". 422pp. Text in French. Bookplate. Front board partly loose. Illus.frontis with tissue guard. Marbled ep's. Brown 1/4 leather bdg. Worn spine. (Book ref. 5663) £10.00
The Story Of The Ter-jubilee Of The Baptist Union
Paperback Baptist Union 1964 112 All items in stock -posted First Class on day of order (if received before 4.00pm) - expect next day delivery in UK, or within 3-6 working days for all non-UK destinations cover is rubbed to spine / book ow solid & Very Good (Book ref. 532319) £5.00
Trade Routes, Trade and Currency in East Africa - The Occasional Papers of the Rhodes-Livingstone Museum - No. 5
Livingstone: The Rhodes-Livingstone Museum, 1949 First edition, stapled paperback booklet, 8" x 5.5", very good condition, uncreased pale blue card covers, 16 pages, b/w photo illustrations, b/w map, -- Contents: Arabs, Portuguese, Barter, Silent trade, Markets, Native Currencies. Explorers: Masuta, Ibn Batuta, Fernandes, Barreto, Honem, Lacerda, Pinto, Baptista, Guillain, Livingstone, with a map and 5 pages of photosThe Rhodes-Livingstone Museum, Livingstone Northern Rhodesia - 1949137x213mm16 pagespaperback - stapled good condition (Book ref. 3001) £12.00
Dent, London. 1933 small 8vo., vii, 242 pps., blue cloth. Marks on boards, faded spine, little foxing on eps. VG, no dust jacket. With a survey of Modern Congregational Musical Worship by Eric H. Thiman. (Book ref. 8707) £15.00
Advice to Youth ; or, the Advantages of Early Piety [ &c British Youth in General ]. HALIFAX : 1810 [ Ewood Hall ] John Fawcett theologian and founder of Hope Baptist Church in Hebden Bridge, and Biog of Oliver Heywood ]
Halifax: P. K. Holden, sold also by Longman, B. Crosby, Button, London; Heaton, Leeds, 1810. Seventh Edition. Hard Cover (leather binding). Good. 8vo HALIFAX : 1810. First published in 1778. This edition has the author preface dated 1799. In the UK - British Library and York Minster copies only; see ESTC .: N42598 & T164653. Hardback. Full brown leather. Spine lettered and ruled. Boards slightly worn; front hinge cracked, but not detached. **Inscription; 'Rob. Hudson, 1817 the Gift of Wm. Fawcett, Ewood Hall, Halifax'. Previous owner has neatly written dates of birth, marraige and death of Wm. Fawcett (possibly relation of John Fawcett).** John Fawcett theologian and founder of Hope Baptist Church in Hebden Bridge. He wrote a biography of Oliver Heywood. A very scarce title. Well used, but tight and basicly clean with browning to paper throughout. 162 pages. 2pp adverts. Book now in an archival quality clear protective jacket. SCARCE. [ Rosley Books for Antiquarian books, Theology and Church History. ] (Book ref. 0015847) £110.00
The Pilgrim's Progress from this World to that Which is to Come: Delivered Under the Similitude of a Dream. Thirteenth Edition with Additions. LONDON : 1693.
London: Robert Ponder...and Nich. Boddington, 1693. Thirteenth Edition with Additions and. Hard Cover (leather binding). Good. 12mo [,**Temporary price reduction** ASK if you have any questions** ROSLEY BOOKS;** SEVENTEENTH CENTURY: THE FIRST ROBERT PONDER PRINTING: 1693. Hardback. Contemporary brown sheepskin binding. Blind ruled; three raised bands simple decorative rule along one edge of board. Binding with wear and one neat repair. A well-thumbed and used copy. [,**Temporary price reduction** ASK if you have any questions** ROSLEY BOOKS;** (Book ref. 0015829) £9999.00
Glimpses of Jesus : Or Christ Exalted in the Affections of his People. By W. P. Balfern. LONDON : Circa 1856
London: Passmore and Alabaster, Paternoster Buildings, 1856. Sixth Thousand. Hard Cover. Very Good Plus. 12mo LONDON : circa 1856. [First Edition was 1854; this is the sixth thousand.] SCARCE. Only 4 copies recorded in the UK. Hardback. Black cloth, gilt lettered spine. Blind and gilt stamped and titled cover. Boards Bevelled. Black end-papers. All edges red. Minor wear only. Bright, tight and clean. Neat owner name dated 'Decemer 23rd, 1876'. A few light pencil marks. No internal ink marks. VERY GOOD INDEED. (iv), 242 pages. Book now in an archival quality clear protective jacket. **Will be well-packed for shipping** William Poole Balfern (1818-1887) - Baptist. . Hammersmith, London. Entered the Baptist ministry in 1848. Ministered mostly in London and Brighton. Hymn-writer - many in the 'Baptist Hymnal'. [ Rosley Books for Antiquarian, Literature, Theology & History. ] (Book ref. 0015800) £48.00
The History of the English Baptists from the Reformation to the beginning of the reign of George I. London : 1738-40. 4 Volumes
London: Printed for, and sold by, the editor, 1738-1740., 1738. First Edition. Hard Cover (leather binding). Good Plus. 8vo FIRST EDITION. LONDON : 1738 - 1740. 4 Volumes Complete. Hardback. In original calf leather bindings. Elabroate gilt tooling somewhat rubbed, but sound and strong. ASK if you have any questions. Spine labels chipped. Original marbled end-papers. Internally crisp and clean. VERY SCARCE. Vol. I. Containing their history to the restoration of King Charles II. -- Vol. II. Containing their history from the restoration of King Charles II. to the end of his reign. -- Vol. III. Containg their history from the end of the reign of King Charles II. to the end of the glorious reign of King William III. of immortal memory. -- Vol. IV. Containing their history from the end of the reign of King William III. to the reign of King George I. including some part of his reign. Referenced by: ESTC, T135018. **SCARCE. **Heavy books** [ Rosley Books for Antiquarian Literature, Theology and History ] (Book ref. 0015769) £750.00
The Work of Jesus Christ, as an Advocate, Clearly Explained, and Largely Improved, for the Benefit of all Believers. LONDON : 1725
London: John Marshall, at the Bible in Grace-Church Street, 1725. Edition Not Stated. Hard Cover (leather binding). Near Fine. 12mo LONDON : 1725. Edition not stated - probably the sixth edition. Tiny hardback. Rebound in full speckled calf. Blind ruled spine with dark red morocco label in antique style. All edges sprinkled. A tight clean copy with no owner markings. In unusually clean fresh state. ESTC T058444. (x), 156 pages - lacks A1 (portrait). All early Bunyans are scarce. Book now placed in an archival quality clear protective jacket. [ Rosley Books for Antiquarian Literature & Theology ] (Book ref. 0015714) £575.00
S.John Baptist College. University of Oxford College Histories
F.E. Robinson, 1898. Hard Cover. Good. Good hbk in blue cloth, spine faded, 8vo. (Book ref. 104502) £8.00
The Old Registers of the Parish of S.John Baptist, Peterborough. A Lecture Delivered Before the Church Institute 24th March 1884
Peterborough: Printed and Published By Geo C.Caster. P. Back. Good. 8vo Cream paper covers with some loss to the top and base of the spine. 60pp. Previous owners' small label to the verso of the front cover otherwise a nice copy. (Book ref. 066708) £20.00
Notes on an Old Baptist Family: Ward of Nottingham
Nottingham: Printed for Private Circulation, 1900. First Edition. A very good copy in dark green cloth lettered and decorated in gilt. Top edge gilt. Bookplate. 46 pages + index. 22 illustrations. Folding family tree. (Book ref. 11389) £45.00
George Buchanan's Jephthah and the Baptist Translatit Frae Latin in Scots
Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, 1959. First Edition. A very good copy in a good dustwrapper which has two chips on the rear panel. 99 pages. A translation of a 16th century play from Latin to Scots. (Book ref. 10503) £10.00
S. John Baptist College
London: F. E. Robinson, 1898. 1st ?. Cloth Cover. Very Good/No Dustwrapper. 8vo One of the publisher's Oxford University College Histories. Text clean & tight in the binding of blue cloth 7 3/4" tall. Gilt titles & decoration on the front & spine. The cover spine is faded to brown & worn at the ends. (Book ref. 033621) £8.00