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The Abominations of Modern Society

T. De Witt Talmage

Published by William Nicholson And Sons, London, 1872
Condition: Good Hardcover
From Hudson's Bookstore (amory, MS, U.S.A.)

AbeBooks Seller Since November 25, 2005

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Extremely rare Talmage volume, especially to be offered in this well-preserved undamaged condition. The gilt-titled decorativelly embossed cover shows moderate at the edges. The hinges are tight and uncracked. There is a cursive inscription of the title page dated 1884. Received from personal library of retired minister who for over 50 years collected these choice antiquarian volumes. His plate is on the free end paper. The paper stock used in the book has a greying tint to it. There are no markings throughout the text. Sampling of sermon titles: The Curtain Lifted - Winter Nights - The Power of Clothes - After Midnight - The Indiscriminate Dance - The Massacre by Needle and Sewing-Machine - Leprous Newspapers - The Gambler's Wife, etc. Indeed a rare treasure. Bookseller Inventory # 004400

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Title: The Abominations of Modern Society

Publisher: William Nicholson And Sons, London

Publication Date: 1872

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Good

Edition: Assumed First

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