Item #20506 Universal Damnation and Salvation, Clearly Proved by the Scriptures of the Old and New Testament. To which are added a few Preliminary Observations, Specially Commended to the perusal of those who, like the noble Bereans, examine for themselves. John Tyler.
Universal Damnation and Salvation, Clearly Proved by the Scriptures of the Old and New Testament. To which are added a few Preliminary Observations, Specially Commended to the perusal of those who, like the noble Bereans, examine for themselves.
Universal Damnation and Salvation, Clearly Proved by the Scriptures of the Old and New Testament. To which are added a few Preliminary Observations, Specially Commended to the perusal of those who, like the noble Bereans, examine for themselves.

Universal Damnation and Salvation, Clearly Proved by the Scriptures of the Old and New Testament. To which are added a few Preliminary Observations, Specially Commended to the perusal of those who, like the noble Bereans, examine for themselves.

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.

Price: $150.00

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