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Author Name    SERLE, AMBROSE.

Title   The Christian Remembrancer, or Short Reflections upon the Faith, Life, and Conduct, of a Real Christian.Faith, Life,

Binding   Bound full tree-calf with red morocco title label,

Book Condition   rubbed & scuffed, worn through leather at three corners, corners strengthened with book glue, medium to heavy foxing throughout, several slight starts--all are tight.

Size   12mo.

Highlights    1808

Location Published   Newark, (N.J.) Printed by John Austin Crane. 1808.

Book Number   17386

SERLE, AMBROSE. The Christian Remembrancer, or Short Reflections upon the Faith, Life, and Conduct, of a Real Christian. Of These Things Put them in Remembrance. 2 Tim. III,14. Newark, (N.J.) Printed by John Austin Crane. 1808. 12mo., 11.2 x 17.7cm.

Bound full tree-calf with red morocco title label, spine divided into panels with thick single gilt fillet line, rubbed & scuffed, worn through leather at three corners, corners strengthened with book glue, medium to heavy foxing throughout, several slight starts--all are tight.

Collation: A-Z6, Aa-Ee6, but lacking final blank Ee6. Pagination: (1) title, (1) preface, [3]-305 text, (5) contents, [311]-334 subscribers' names. Amer. Imprints 16170.

Ambrose Serle (1742-1812) a Calvinistic writer. " official and religious writer... In 1764, while living in or near London, Serle became a friend of William Romaine. Like Romaine he was an evangelical within the Church of England and other friends included John Thornton, John Newton, Augustus Toplady, and Legh Richmond. A series of letters from Romaine shows the deep affection and sympathy in religious matters which subsisted between him and Serle. When William Legge, second earl of Dartmouth, became secretary of state for the colonies in 1772, Serle was appointed one of his under-secretaries, and in January 1776 he was made clerk of reports. He went to America in 1774, accompanied the British army from 1776 to 1778, and during part of that time had control of the press in New York. Serle argued against the American War of Independence on religious grounds in his Americans Against Liberty (1775); his correspondence is rich in information on American affairs... Romaine circulated Serle's Horae solitariae (1776) and Christian Remembrancer (1787)."--H. L. Bennett, `Serle, Ambrose (1742-1812)', rev. Emma Major, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography

Calvinsim, Devotional Literature, Christian Life, Church of England, Theology, Leather Bindings

Price = 70.00 USD



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