CARYL 1651 Exposition of JOB BY Ejected Minister

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Caryl, Joseph. 1651. An exposition with practical observations upon the three first chapters of the book of Job: Delivered in XXI. lectures, at Magnus near the Bridg, London. By Joseph Caryl, preacher to the Honorable Society of Lincolns-Inn. London: Printed for Luke Fawne at the Parrot in Pauls Church-yard, and H. Cripps and L. Lloyd in Popes-head-Alley. See images, inquiries welcome.

[8], 479, [17] pages; contemporary binding, very worn, with bookseller’s label on inside cover. Front cover and first few leaves detached; binding is very worn with patches of loss, esp. spine ends. Foxing and other expected wear; toning & thumbing .

Early owner’s names on title page, including WILLIAM YOUNG. Index and a few page margins have early handwritten markings & annotations.  .

Caryl, Joseph, 1602-1673. Controversial minister In 1662, following the Restoration, he was ejected from his church of St Magnus-the-Martyr near London Bridge.


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