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    [Religion & Theology]. The Book of Common Prayer... London: John Baskett, 1719. [bound with:] N. Brady and N. Tate. A New Version of the Psalms of David, Fitted to the Tunes Used in Churches. London: M. Jenour, 1718. Contemporary leather, with front cover wrapped in black electrical tape and a cut out religious image tipped on. New front pastedown. Bookplate. Inkstamp "M" on lower corner of title page. Rubbing, soiling, staining, and wear on spine and rear cover. Spine ends and corners of rear cover bumped and showing. Vertical cracks in spine. Loss on head and tail pieces. Textblock cockled. Edges darkened and dampstained. Front hinge repaired with packing tape. Lacking ffep. Verso of frontis portrait of King George repaired with scotch tape. Rear hinge cracked. Some text bleeding through. Toning, severe dampstaining, foxing, many page corners creased, and soiling. Worming on lower corner of Cc of Book of Common Prayer through B5 of A New Version of the Psalms. Ink marks and signatures on rear flyleaves, affecting some text. Many pages numbered in ink. Text in fair condition.

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    May, 2015
    14th Thursday
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