CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN THE RIGHT REV. BISHOP DOANE OF NEW JERSEY, AND THE REV. H. A. BOARDMAN OF PHILADELPHIA, ON THE ALLEGED POPISH CHARACTER OF THE “OXFORD DIVINITY”. Bishop Doane, H. A. Boardman, George Washington.
CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN THE RIGHT REV. BISHOP DOANE OF NEW JERSEY, AND THE REV. H. A. BOARDMAN OF PHILADELPHIA, ON THE ALLEGED POPISH CHARACTER OF THE “OXFORD DIVINITY”

CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN THE RIGHT REV. BISHOP DOANE OF NEW JERSEY, AND THE REV. H. A. BOARDMAN OF PHILADELPHIA, ON THE ALLEGED POPISH CHARACTER OF THE “OXFORD DIVINITY”

Philadelphia: Hooker & Agnew, 1841.

12mo. Hard Cover. First Edition. In which Bishop Doane takes issue with Rev. Boardman’s stance that the Oxford tractarians had returned “to some of the worst errrors of Popery”. Bound in publisher’s horizontal ribbed cloth; offsetting to the endpaper, primarily to the rear; light and scattered foxing else contents clean and tight; a lovely copy of the original printing. Uncommon in the trade.

Very Good binding.
Item #291234

Price: $75.00