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Gott ist die reinste Liebe, oder Morgen- und Abend-Opfer, in Gebeten, Betrachtungen und Ges?ngen. Ein Gemeinschaftliches Gebet-Buch, Bestehend in Ausz?gen aus Witschels und Eckartshausen Geb?tb?chern.

Witschel, Johann Heinrich W.

Published by Carl M'Williams & Co. (pr. by Carl A. Brudman), Reading, 1822
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Prayers and contemplations printed for a Pennsylvania German audience and prefaced by recommendations from ministers of the Lutheran church and the Reformed Synod. The volume is divided into four parts, each with its own sectional title. Gott ist die reinste Liebe was first published in 1791, as a Catholic devotional; Eckartshausen's later mystical works were enthusiastically received by such groups as alchemists, Rosicrucians, and followers of Aleister Crowley. Provenance: Front free endpaper with ownership inscription by Henry Binkly, dated 1833; several laid-in slips of paper include a recipe for hair dye and a concoction involving sulphur, sugar of lead, and bay rum. 12mo (17.8 cm, 7"). 300 pp. Shoemaker 8591; First Century of German Language Printing in the U.S., 2565. Contemporary sheep framed in blind, spine with blind-ruled raised bands, abraded but solid. One clasp lacking, one present and working. Moderate foxing; one sectional title with pencilled annotations. Clearly a volume that saw both use and reasonable care. Plain, and pleasing. Bookseller Inventory # 3424

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Title: Gott ist die reinste Liebe, oder Morgen- und...

Publisher: Carl M'Williams & Co. (pr. by Carl A. Brudman), Reading

Publication Date: 1822

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