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Sermons on Our Lord's Parables Delivered at the Metropolitan Tabernacle and New Park Street Chapel

C. H. Spurgeon

Published by Passmore & Alabaster, London, 1899
Condition: Fine Hardcover
From Hudson's Bookstore (Amory, MS, U.S.A.)

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Exceptionally well-preserved volume of Spurgeon's sermons on the parables. Unquestionably in fine condition with gilt title and artwork of sower on cover. Hinges are uncracked. The interior is unmarked throughout. The publisher has assimilated the sermons under these categories: Recorded in One Gospel Only - Recorded in Two Gospels - Recorded in Three Gospels. Extensive Scripture index. Several pages in back of other publications serving as unique guide for the collector. The pages are browning but ready to peruse with appreciation. This book is one of our choice collectibles. Bookseller Inventory # 011496

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Title: Sermons on Our Lord's Parables Delivered at ...

Publisher: Passmore & Alabaster, London

Publication Date: 1899

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

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