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Strength out of Weakness: or a Glorious Manifestation of the Further Progress of the Gospel among the Indians in New England (Sabin's Reprints, Quarto Series, No. V)

Whitfield, Henry

Published by Reprinted for Joseph Sabin, New York, 1865
Condition: Good Soft cover
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1/50. Original wraps. "Further Progress of the Gospel among the Indians in New England 1652" printed in black letters on front wrapper. Title-page vignette. Initialed by Joseph Sabin. Pages unopened, as published. Includes facsimile of title-page from the original 1652 edition. "Strength out of Weakness: or a Glorious Manifestation of the Further Progress of the Gospel among the Indians in New England, held forth in sundry letters from divers Ministers and others to the Corporation established by Parliament for promoting the Gospel among the Heathen in New England, and to particular Members thereof since the late Treatise to that effect, formerly set forth by Mr. Henry Whitfield late Pastor of Gilford in New-England.' "This, the sixth of Elliots Indian Tracts, was the first published by the corporation for the propagation of the Gospel among the Indians in New England, which was incorporated in 1649. It covers Eliot's Labors during the year 1651." (Church 519). Heavy tearing and chipping on wraps, crudely repaired with tape along spine. Minor age toning to outer edges of interior pages. Wraps in poor, interior in overall very good condition. Scarce. Bookseller Inventory # 22193

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Title: Strength out of Weakness: or a Glorious ...

Publisher: Reprinted for Joseph Sabin, New York

Publication Date: 1865

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Good

Edition: Limited edition (Large Paper Copy)

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