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Author Name    GIRDLESTONE, CHARLES.

Title   Affection Between the Church and the Dissenters. A Sermon on Luke IX

Binding   Bound in bright watermelon-green buckram with blac

Book Condition   buckram soiled some, gray design endpapers, pamphlet with just a touch of light tanning, last page has a stamp on it, "B330," binders tag between title & next page.

Type   book

Size   Octavo

Highlights    1833

Location Published   Oxford, Printed by W. Baxter; and Messrs. Rivington; Messrs. Hatchard; and Messrs. Hatchard; and Messrs. Seeley; London.

Book Number   17160

GIRDLESTONE, CHARLES. Affection Between the Church and the Dissenters. A Sermon on Luke IX. 49,50. Preached before the University of Oxford, January 27, 1833. By the Rev. Charles Girdlestone, A.M. Vicar of Sedgley, and Late Fellow of Balliol College. Oxford, Printed by W. Baxter; and Messrs. Rivington; Messrs. Hatchard; and Messrs. Hatchard; and Messrs. Seeley; London. 1833. Octavo.

Bound in bright watermelon-green buckram with black lettering on spine, buckram soiled some, gray design endpapers, pamphlet with just a touch of light tanning, last page has a stamp on it, "B330," binders tag between title & next page.

Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, [3]-23, (1) blank. OCLC locates 3 copies in U.S.: Trinity College--Conn.; Emory U. Pitts Theology Lib.; Center for Res. Libr.--Illinois; and 5 in the UK: U. Glasgow; U. Oxford; Cambridge U.; Br. Libr. Ref. Coll.; Natl. Libr. Scotland.

Charles Girdlestone (1797-1881) Church of England Biblical scholar. "Girdlestone was a man of sincere piety, and an energetic and enlivening preacher. Both as a politician and as a churchman he chose in early life the via media-reflected in his sermon, Affection between Churchmen and Dissenters (1833). But after middle age he sided with the evangelicals and conservatives, though always an advocate of church reform and reform of convocation, of revision of the prayer book and also of the Authorized Version of the Bible. In later life he spoke of `those noxious errors, Tractarian and Neological'. His principal work was his commentary on the Bible, which occupied him for several years."--W. A. Greenhill, `Girdlestone, Charles (1797-1881)', rev. H. C. G. Matthew, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004 [http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/10772, accessed 23 Feb 2010]

Church of England, Dissenters--England, Pamphlets, Sermons

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