Universal Love Considered, And Established Upon its Right Foundation: Being a Serious Inquiry How Far Charity May, and Ought To, be Extended, Towards Persons of Different Judgments in Matters of Religion: and Whose Principles, Among the Several Sects of Christians, Do Most Natural

By: Barclay, Robert (1648-1690)

Price: $110.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Good with no dust jacket


42 pp + ads. What appear to be the original grey paper covers, sewed, which are worn, with chips at the front bottom corners, a chip and a stain at the back fore-edge. Title page is darkened at the top edge, old pencil owner inscript, paper is strong and unmarked with some corner curling, stain from the back cover present at the fore-edge in the margin starting at about page 29. The 2nd edition, the first was printed in 1677 and written while Barclay was imprisoned for his Quaker beliefs. Quite scarce and, as well, unusual in being in the original paper binding. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 42 pages

Title: Universal Love Considered, And Established Upon its Right Foundation: Being a Serious Inquiry How Far Charity May, and Ought To, be Extended, Towards Persons of Different Judgments in Matters of Religion: and Whose Principles, Among the Several Sects of Christians, Do Most Natural

Author Name: Barclay, Robert (1648-1690)

Categories: Religion - Theology, Antiquarian/Rare,

Edition: Second Edition

Publisher: London, James Phillips and Son: 1799

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 5866

Keywords: Religious Society Of Friends Quakerism;,