William Sclater, Prophecy of Malachy 1650

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William Sclater
A Brief, and Plain Commentary with Notes: Not more Useful, than Seasonable, Upon the whole Prophecie of Malachy. Delivered, Sermon-wsie, Divers years since, at Pitmister, in Summerset. By William Sclater, Doctor in Divinity, then Minister of that Parish, Now Published by his Son William Sclater, Batchelar in Divinity, late Fellow of Kings Colledg in Cambridge, now minister of Collompton in Devon. Published according to order. London, Printed by J. L. for Christopher Meredith at the Sign of the Crane in Pauls Church-yard 1650. Hardback, leather. 230 pages (xxii, 203, v), 18 cm x 14 cm

Condition – leather binding heavily rubbed, gouged, with chips, soiling and loss, staining to endpapers, front hinge exposed, holding, text block rippled throughout

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William Sclater

A Brief, and Plain Commentary with Notes: Not more Useful, than Seasonable, Upon the whole Prophecie of Malachy. Delivered, Sermon-wsie, Divers years since, at Pitmister, in Summerset. By William Sclater, Doctor in Divinity, then Minister of that Parish, Now Published by his Son William Sclater, Batchelar in Divinity, late Fellow of Kings Colledg in Cambridge, now minister of Collompton in Devon. Published according to order. London, Printed by J. L. for Christopher Meredith at the Sign of the Crane in Pauls Church-yard 1650. Hardback, leather. 230 pages (xxii, 203, v), 18 cm x 14 cm

Condition – leather binding heavily rubbed, gouged, with chips, soiling and loss, staining to endpapers, front hinge exposed, holding, text block rippled throughout