No owner name. To cover - remains of stamp George VI ; as item was sent in mail with fold mark. Interesting items.
At the Pulpits of London: The Sermons of C.H. Spurgeon
Published by Passmore and Alabaster About this Item: Passmore and Alabaster, Condition: Good. First Ed. Sound and clean copy, presumed first edition. Size: 8 Vo. Published by Passmore and Alabaster, London About this Item: Passmore and Alabaster, London, Original dark brown cloth; gilt lettered spine and cover with gilt 'sower' motif.
Original brown end-papers. No owner name; a few internal markings. Bright, tight and clean. Minor wear only. Charles Haddon , ]. Davis ], London Davis ], London, Condition: Very Good Plus. Series ran from Double-column text. Contains; essays, book reviews, poetry, striking thoughts, facts and figures, contributions by Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Cloth spine; marbled boards. Printed label to cover. No owner name or internal markings. Some foxing.
Published by Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit, London First edition.
Published by Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit,, Newington Published by Bonn : Johannes Schergens About this Item: Bonn : Johannes Schergens, Seller Inventory ABE Engraved frontispiece folding illustrator. Third Edition. Larger print than previous editions. Engraved frontispiece folding with tissue-guard. Later full black pebble-grained cloth; gilt lettered spine. Gilt lettered spine.
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Untrimmed edges as issued. A little foxing. Spurgeon says of this commentary; 'Very precious, Mr. Andrew Bonar has a keen eye for a typical analogy, but he always keeps the rein upon his imagination, and is therefore safe to follow. He is a master in Israel. Heavy book; some extra postage needed. Size: Large Octavo. Isaacson, Charles Stuteville; Edited By.
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Spurgeon, His, Saphir et al. Original dark red cloth. Gilt lettered spine and cover; Gilt motif to centre of bevelled boards. Original black end-papers. Top-edge gilt. Neat owner name; no internal markings. Spine bright; gilt bold and clear. Small spalsh mark to cover. Uncommon first printing.
Published by Marshall Brothers, London About this Item: Marshall Brothers, London, Condition: Good Plus. Minor wear and slight fading to cover. Condition: Fair.
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Shelf Text clean; paper lightly browned; name on FFEP; front board a bit loose; spine strip separated at front hinge for approx. Not ex library, not a remainder. Published by Passmore and Alabaster, London, About this Item: Passmore and Alabaster, London, , Slightly worn and rubbed, spine dulled, otherwise very good. Seller Inventory C Slightly shaken, spine dulled with 53 inked, slightly marked, page edges age-tanned, otherwise very good.
Name and owners blindstamp to prelims.
Slightly shaken, spine dulled with 50 inked, page edges age-tanned, otherwise very good. Condition: Near Fine. Royal blue cloth; gilt lettered spine and cover. Bevelled boards. No owner name or internal marks. A bright, tight and clean copy. Second Edition. Green cloth; gilt lettered spine and cover; with black decorative spine and front cover also.
Original dusky green end-papers. A bright copy. Tight, clean and bright unfaded. On Arnot's work on Proverbs Spurgeon comments; 'all who are acquainted with Dr. Arnot will know that even his simplest expositions are rich and full. He hath dust of gold'. The 'passages he dilates upon are set in a clear and beautiful light. For a happy blending of illustrative faculty, practical sound sense, and spirituality, Dr.
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Arnot was almost unrivalled' - C. Charles H. Ramsay; C.
Published by I. About this Item: I. There is some minor edgewear. The binding is tight and the text is clean with only faint blemishes restricted to endpapers , free from marks and without foxing. There is a finger sized puncture on the last two pages before rear endpapers, abutting the spine, with paper remaining and not affecting legibility of text. Previous owner inscription penned on free frontal leaf preceding title page. Size: 4to. Brown blindstamp decorated cloth with gilt lettering on spine; pages; some edgewear, slight loss of cloth at top of spine; some stress to hinges; spine a little shaky; some foxing of endpapers; pencil owner's name on ffep; otherwise unmarked, clean, sound copy; 4to 11" - 13" tall.
From: Bookcase Carlisle, United Kingdom. Slightly loose, gilt decoration to fc, gutters quite cracked, ink inscription-, the odd mark to pp Size: 7. Published by Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit, About this Item: Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit, , Slightly worn and marked cloth, with slight mottling at rear, first and last few pages foxed, otherwise very good. Sermons from the MTP bound together in brown cloth, irregular pagination but most if not all Sermons for the year included.
Seller Inventory CA Published by Henry Longstreth, Philadelphia About this Item: Henry Longstreth, Philadelphia, First Edition Thus. Buff printed paper covers. CARR, B. Charles Haddon ].
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Published by Farncombe and Son, London About this Item: Farncombe and Son, London, Passmore printed. With a prefatory note by C. Original pale blue smooth cloth; gilt lettered spine and blind-lettered cover. Includes bibliographical references. Charles Haddon , Romaine ]. Invited to preach in London at the New Park Street Chapel, he was eventually offered the post of pastor. Preaching up to thirteen times per week, Spurgeon increased the congregation at New Park Street Chapel from hundreds to thousands, with the seat chapel becoming too small for the congregation.
However, in as his contribution to Queen Victoria's "Day of Humiliation," following the Indian Mutiny, he had filled the Crystal Palace with over 23, people. Spurgeon began publishing soon after becoming the pastor at New Park Street.
The "Penny Pulpit," published a sermon every week. A committed abolitionist, he lost support from Southern Baptists with sales of his sermons suffering, together with scores of threatening and insulting letters arriving at his home. In he established the Stockwell Orphanage for boys. With places for children; they were fed, clothed and taught at the orphanage. In it was expanded to admit children, including orphaned girls. Today Spurgeons proclaims it helps "over 37, children and young people and over 64, parents and carers. Through the delivery of support and intervention services and by speaking up on behalf of those who need us most, we give vulnerable and disadvantaged children and families the chance they need for a better present and more hope-filled future.