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    [Religion & Theology]. The Book of Common Prayer. Philadelphia: Printed by Hall & Sellers, 1790. Contemporary full leather. Bookplate of Anne C. Morrel on front pastedown. Ink "M" on lower corner of title page. Rubbing and wear to extremities, with some loss to leather. Spine ends and corners bumped and showing. Head and tail pieces affected with some loss. Vertical creases on spine. Front joint starting, rear hinge cracking. Textblock cockled. Toning, scattered foxing, and mild chipping on edges. Hinges starting. Older ink signature on ffep. Roughness on edges of front and rear flyleaves. Large open tear with loss on one front flyleaf. Toning, dampstaining, and scattered foxing throughout. Some text bleeding through. Rear flyleaves separating. Small holes affecting text on Bb6 and Cc. Closed tears on lower edges of Tt and Tt2. Fair.

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    June, 2015
    18th Thursday
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