Search results for: 'BUNYAN, John'
BUNYAN, John. The Barren Fig-Tree: or, the Doom and Downfal of the Fruitless Professor.
London : 1709The stated sixth edition (though a survey of editions shows this as the seventh), first published in 1673.
The book reflected Bunyan's "determination to give Calvinist theology a warm, evangelical face. His sermon on Luke 13:6-9, entitled The Barren Fig-Tree, included a jeremiad warning England about the peril of being a nation of fruitless... Learn More£2,000.00
Stock Code: 142381
BUNYAN, John. The Heavenly Foot-Man:
London : 1708Fourth edition. In 1668 Bunyan "begun to prepare 'The Heavenly Foot-Man', a sermon on the Christian life, for publication. Internal evidence suggests it may have been preached, or at least prepared for the pulpit, late in 1659 or in 1660. Directed to the spiritually indolent, the sermon urges people to repent before the day of grace has passed, a concern... Learn More£6,500.00
Stock Code: 138643
CRUIKSHANK, George (illus.); BUNYAN, John. The Pilgrim's Progress.
London : 1903First edition illustrated by Cruikshank, signed limited issue, number 329 of 1,000 copies signed by Truman on the limitation page. A superb copy.
The illustrations were made by Cruikshank over 40 years prior to publication of this work, Truman notes on the limitation page that they "have been in my possession for upwards of 33 years. They are... Learn More£600.00
Stock Code: 144075
JONES, Mary. Miscellanies in Prose and Verse.
Oxford : 1750First edition of the author's only book, a beautifully bound subscriber's copy, one of approximately 330 copies printed on royal paper, this from the library of Sir Edward Popham of Littlecote.
Born in Oxford, where she lived all her life, Mary Jones (1707-1778) was a well-connected poet and letter-writer whose work was greatly influenced by... Learn More£6,750.00
Stock Code: 134908