Place Published: London
Publisher: printed by R.N. for Walter Kettilby, at the Bishop's Head in S. Paul's Churchyard
Date Published: 1694
Edition: 6th Edition
Binding: Hard Cover
6th edition. 4-1/4 x 6-3/4 inches. (28pp.), 436pp. Old worn full leather covers with no text and weak hinges. Two previous owners names, one bookplate on inside cover and one penciled name on front end paper. Inside pages are a little age-toned and overall clean. Inside back cover with old hand-written annotation. Good condition.
This work ultimately extended to five volumes of which this is Part 1.
John Scott was an English clergyman, known as a devotional writer, and a defender of Anglican orthodoxy in his preaching. He became successively minister of St. Thomas's, Southwark, perpetual curate of Trinity in the Minories (before November 1678), rector of St. Peter-le-Poor, 1 Feb. 1678 (resigned before August 1691), and rector of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, being presented to the last benefice by the king, 7 Aug. 1691. He was buried in the rector's vault in St. Giles's Church in 1695. quoted from Wikipedia
Full title: The Christian Life: From Its Beginning, to Its Consummation in Glory; Together With the Several Means and Instruments of Christianity Conducing Thereunto; With Directions for Private Devotion, and Forms of Prayer Fitted to the several states of Christians, Part 1
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