Expositor and Universalist Review, The, Volume 4, New Series : Numbers 1-6, 1840

By: Ballou, Hosea 2nd

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432 pages; 8vo (8.5") 23 cm; Hardcover, full reddish-brown leather, gilt spine lettering, tan endpapers, [iv] + 432 pages, 33 extensive articles and other features. ; Complete volume, with table of contents, 1840. Edited by Rev. Hosea Ballou II. Published bi-monthly (Jan, Mar, May, Jul, Sep, Nov) by George W. Bazin & Abel Tompkins. Printed by William A. Hall & Company. ; Contents include: Sermons. Original poetry. Bible exposition, with footnotes, including commentary on the lake of fire, the logos, the second death, ancient Hebrew, eternal punishment, the Book of Enoch, more. ; Universalism, the fifth largest denomination in the US in 1860, was a Protestant Christian denomination that espoused a unitary deity and the doctrine that everyone is saved. ; Exterior faded and spotted. Faint dampstain affects upper inner margin of 9 leaves. Entire textblock slightly wavy, with light foxing here and there, but all pages turn, everything readable. Owner name very lightly penciled on title page. Rear endpaper has small area of biopredation not affecting any text. Gilt lettering bright and sharp. Binding tight. Quite scarce. ; Laid in: small modern sheet giving full names of all contributors (they are only indicated in the text by initials)

Title: Expositor and Universalist Review, The, Volume 4, New Series : Numbers 1-6, 1840

Author Name: Ballou, Hosea 2nd

Location Published: G. W. Bazin & A. Tompkins: 1840

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good+ with no dust jacket

Item: 1.80 lbs

Categories: Religion & Spirituality

Seller ID: 21091

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