Anglican Tracts.

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HUNTINGFORD, George Isaac [1748-1832. Bishop of Gloucester, 1802-1815. F.R.S.].The Petition of the English Roman Catholics Considered in a Charge Delivered to the Clergy in the Diocese of Gloucester, at the Triennial Visitation of that Diocese in the Month of June 1810. London: Cadell & Davies. 1810. Copy 8vo., 21m cms, pp vi, 58, [2] book list & a blank. Half-title discarded by binder. Grey Tracts 103. Bound with: TOMLINE, George [Sir George Pretyman Tomline, 5th Baronet, 1750-1827. F.R.S., successively Bishop of Lincoln and Winchester]. A Charge Delivered to The Clergy of the Diocese of Lincoln, at the Triennial Visitation of that Diocese in May, June, and July, 1812. Cadell and Davies: 1813. Second edition, pp 3-41, [3] blank, book list, blank. Half-title discarded by binder. Bound with: HUNTINGFORD, George Isaac. A Protestant Letter, Addressed to the Right Honourable Lord Somers, Baron of Evesham. Cadell and Davies: 1813, pp iv, 179, [1] 'lately published' list of books (last leaf spotted). 'Lord Somers is Recorder of Gloucester. In September last, his Lordship in that city caused to be printed and published his "Speech and supplemental observations," which contend for the admission of Roman Catholics into the British legislature" (p. [iii]). The work referred to is "Speech of the Right Honourable Lord Somers, in the House of Lords, on the Catholic question: delivered on Friday, January 30, 1812: with some supplemental observations relative to the same subject.' Grey Tracts 120. Bound with: SOMERS, John, Lord Somers [Earl John Somers Cocks]. James Ridgeway, London: 1813, pp iv, 148 [a little foxing at beginning and end). Bound with: [O'BEIRNE, Thomas Lewis 1748?-1823]. A Letter to the Right Honourable George Canning, on his Proposed Motion in Favour of Catholic Emancipation. London: J. Hatchard: 1812. pp [2], 67, [1] blank (half-title discarded by binder, a little occasional foxing). Bound with: BENETT, John; of Pyt House, Wilts. An Essay on the Commutation of Tithes; to which was adjudged The Bedfordean Gold Medal by the Bath and West of England Society [etc]. Printed by Richard Cruttwell and Sold by Ridgway and Robinson: London: 1814, pp 15, [1] imprint. Goldsmiths-Kress library of economic literature, no. 20991. Old half-calf, marbled edges, marbled paper sides (rubbed). Upper joint cracked although still firm on cords. A good sound copy. Six tracts bound in one volume. From the library of the antiquarian, Anglican priest, and author John Montgomery Traherne, 1788-1860, with his armorial book label on upper paste-down and with his ownership signatures on individual tracts. Traherne was a fellow of the Royal Society, the Linnean Society, the Society of Antiquaries as well as the Geographical Society.

Title: Anglican Tracts.

Author Name: Various.

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Publisher: Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas and later William Paterson: 1872 & 1879.: 0

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

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