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Hill, Christopher et al World of the Muggletonians
Hardcover Temple Smith 1st Edition 1983 195 0851172261 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 Pages Browned to edges Very Good (Book ref. 534411) £25.00
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Strachey, Lytton Portaits in Minature and other essays
London: Chatto & Windus, 1931. Signed Limited Edition. No. 207/260. 22.75x15.75cm. x. 218pp. Very good with half bindings. (Book ref. 1033) £120.00
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REEVE, John (1608-1658) and MUGGLETON, Lodowick (1609-1698) A Divine Looking-Glass : OR The Third and Last Testament. LONDON : 1846. **WITH** A Transcendent Spiritual Treatise. LONDON : 1857 **WITH** General Indexes 1831 AND1846
London: FROST, Joseph, and (Isaac), 1846. Illustrated by Engraved frontispiece. Fourth Edition. Wrappers. Near Fine. Large Octavo FOUR RARE ' MUGGLETONIAN' ITEMS. Printed paper wrappers as issued, untrimmed edges in NEAR FINE state. No owner name or internal markings. I: A Divine Looking-Glass : OR The Third and Last Testament. Engraved portrait of Muggleton with tissue-guard. LONDON : 1846. [Fifth Edition]. II: A Transcendent Spiritual Treatises. LONDON : 1857. [Fifth Edition]. III: General Index. LONDON : 1831. 40pp. [Plain wrappers - Quarto] IV: General Index. LONDON : 1846. 24pp. Muggletonian material is quite scarce. John Reeve, (1608-1658) was an English plebeian prophet who believed the voice of God had instructed him to found a Third Commission in preparation for the last days of earth. This commission was third in succession to the Mosaic Law and the gospel of Christ Jesus. He and his followers came to be known as Muggletonians, named after his cousin Lodowicke Muggleton. The pair saw themselves as the last prophets and the Two Witnesses foretold in the Book of Revelation chapter 11 verse 3. Lodowick Muggleton, (1609-1698) was an English plebeian religious thinker, who gave his name to Muggletonianism. He spent his working life as a journeyman tailor in the City of London and was imprisoned twice for his beliefs. He held opinions hostile to all forms of philosophical reason. He encouraged quietism and free-thought amongst his followers whose beliefs were predestinarian in a manner that was distinct from Calvinism. Near the close of his long life, Muggleton wrote his spiritual autobiography which was published posthumously. The Muggletonians published 'The Divine Looking-Glass' as an exposition of their doctrines and was published in 1656 - one of their most important works. [ Rosley Books for Antiquarian books, Theology and Church History. ] (Book ref. 0015482) £100.00
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FROST, Joseph, and (Isaac) [ REEVE, John (1608-1658) and MUGGLETON, Lodowick (1609-1698) ] Divine Songs of the Muggletonians in grateful praise to the only true God, the Lord Jesus Christ. FIRST EDITION : 1829
London: R. Brown, 26 St. John Street [ FROST, Joseph, and (Isaac) ], 1829. Illustrated by Frontispiece. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine. 12mo FIRST EDITION : 1829. Hardback. Grey printers boards; printed paper label. Folded frontispiece of Muggleton with tissue-guard. (xxiv), 619, [1] p., 1 plate. 228 songs, without music. Printed by subscription". "List of 83 subscribers", p. [ix]-xiii. Includes index. A bright, tight and complete copy. Clean and fresh. No owner name or internal markings. Unopened and untrimmed copy. SCARCE. John Reeve, (1608-1658) was an English plebeian prophet who believed the voice of God had instructed him to found a Third Commission in preparation for the last days of earth. This commission was third in succession to the Mosaic Law and the gospel of Christ Jesus. He and his followers came to be known as Muggletonians, named after his cousin Lodowicke Muggleton. The pair saw themselves as the last prophets and the Two Witnesses foretold in the Book of Revelation chapter 11 verse 3. Lodowick Muggleton, (1609-1698) was an English plebeian religious thinker, who gave his name to Muggletonianism. He spent his working life as a journeyman tailor in the City of London and was imprisoned twice for his beliefs. He held opinions hostile to all forms of philosophical reason. He encouraged quietism and free-thought amongst his followers whose beliefs were predestinarian in a manner that was distinct from Calvinism. Near the close of his long life, Muggleton wrote his spiritual autobiography which was published posthumously. The Muggletonians kept going until the 19th century when the sect eventually died out. **Book now placed in an archival quality clear protective jacket.** [ Rosley Books for Antiquarian books, Theology and Church History. ] (Book ref. 0015244) £299.00
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"Underwood, T. L. (edited. ) " "THE ACTS OF THE WITNESSES: THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF LODOWICK MUGGLETON AND OTHER EARLY MUGGLETONIAN WRITINGS"
"Oxford, 260pp, 1999" "New hardback copies at reduced price; published 42.00. : " (Book ref. 25362) £20.00
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Powell, Mr A true account of the trial and sufferings of Lodowick Muggleton, one of the two last prophets and witnesses of the Spirit, left by our friend Powell who witnessed his trial and all his sufferings [in the year 1676, etc] (1808). Facsimile reprint
York: Michael Cole, 1983. 24pp, blue paper wrappers (Book ref. 4672) £20.00
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JESSOPP, Augustus, (1823-1914) The Coming of the Friars and Other Historic Essays. By the Rev. Augustus Jessop, D.D. Rector of Scarning. FIRST EDITION : 1889 [ Chapters on Friars, Monastery life, Black Death in East Anglia, Buidling-up a University and the Muggletonians. ]
London: T. Fisher Unwin, 26 Paternoster Square, 1889. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good. 8vo FIRST EDITION : 1889. Hardback. Dark grey cloth, gilt lettered spine and cover. Top-edge gilt; others untrimmed as issued. Black end-papers. Binding has wear. Not faded. Contents tight and clean. Neat owner initials dated 1889, but no internal markings. Good copy of scarce first printing. (viii), 344 pages. Chapters on Friars, Monastery life, Black Death in East Anglia, Buidling-up a University and the Muggletonians. Book now placed in an archival quality clear protective jacket. **Will be well-packed for shipping** [ Rosley Books for Antiquarian books, Literature, Theology and History ] (Book ref. 0010827) £22.50
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JOHN CHARLES TARVER MUGGLETON COLLEGE, ITS RISE & FALL
CONSTABLE 1894 ISBN: , Condition: 4, Comment: Published by Constable in 1894. Hardback. Condition: Acceptable. Reading copy ONLY (H09-059) (Book ref. 1353815) £39.72
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Thompson, E. P. Witness Against the Beast: William Blake and the Moral Law.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993. ISBN: 0521225159. 234pp. A consideration of the intellectual and aesthetic tradition in which Blake stands by social historian Thompson. In particular Thompson considers the years 1788-94 from three angles: Blake's reception of the antinomian tradition; the founding of the Church of New Jerusalem; and "the movement of confluence of antinomian and of Jacobinical and Deist influences". Quarter bound in black cloth with silver titles and matt black papers to front and back boards. Very clean and bright with only the lightest edge wear. Hard Cover. Near fine copy in near fine dust wrapper. (Book ref. 5134) £12.00
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Tarver, John Charles: Muggleton College : Its Rise and Fall
Westminster: Archibald Constable, 1894 FIRST EDITION. Good copy. Hb. Brown cloth covers with gilt lettering and gilt Muggleton College coat of arms to front. Cover bumped to spine and corners with some marking. Spine leaning. 167pgs. Tight leaves. No inscriptions, but W H Smith Subscription Library plate on front pastedown with 'Sold' stamp across it and 'L L Meredith Sept 4 97' ink stamped on ffep. Page edges uncut. Discolouration to end papers. The satirical history of the renowned yet fictitious centre of educational excellence, telling of its eventual sad demise and the founding of its successor, St. Theobalds. (Book ref. 26049) £20.00
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Trevelyan,George Macaulay: THE RECREATIONS OF AN HISTORIAN.
Thomas Nelson and sons, Ltd., London.1919. 254pp. Contents very clean; discolouring, fading and some rubbing to cover and spine. (Book ref. 4676) £4.00
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