Boston: Published by T. Bedlington, 31, Washington-Street, 1826. A later edition, first published in 1798 in Boston. 12mo (7.5 x 4.75 inches), original white paper spine, blue boards, 100 pages, untrimmed. Publisher’s large printed paper label (with a Greek key border) on the upper board. Some chipping to the head and the foot of the fragile spine; a little light wear and soiling and foxing; a very good copy. Item #20506
A popular anonymous defense of Christian Universalism from the late Episcopalian preacher Tyler (1742-1823), first published in Boston by Edes, and republished with some frequency. This attractive little version published under the imprint of the book binder and partner with Charles Ewer in a type foundry—for which for the latter, the display types and design of this binding’s label was no doubt intended as something of a trade advertisement. OCLC suggests five locations for this Bedlington edition.