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DE WITT, JOHN. The Bible of Divine Origin. No. 192. Published by the American Tract Society, 150 Nassau-Street, New-York. D. Fanshaw, Printer.  Small octavo, 11 x 18cm.
Tract bound in printed and illustrated blue wrapper, imprint on wrapper only, worn through wrapper at spine ends, slight worm damage in middle of spine, light to medium foxing--heavier on rear wrapper. Collation: P-Q8, plus printed wrapper. Pagination: -32pp. Pages 2-32 are also numbered 342-372. Pages 2 & 3 of the wrapper are so numbered, page 4 is numbered "36 pages." The inside of the wrapper, front and back, contains "Some of the last choice words of Dr. Samuel Finley, President of the College of New-Jersey."
Tract written in the form of a dialogue among Zenas, Ancus and Caius. "Attributed to Rev. John De Witt in 'recent publications' in the American tract magazine (July 1829). Replaces 'The Prisoner's Companion" as tract no. 192."--OCLC Title vignette of winged angel sitting on a cloud holding the open Bible with one hand.
Title: Bible of Divine Origin. No. 192.
Illustrator: New York
Binding: Tract bound in printed and illustrated blue wrappe
Book Condition: worn through wrapper at spine ends, slight worm damage in middle of spine, light to medium foxing--heavier on rear wrapper.
Size: Small octavo, 11 x 18cm.
Weight: 2.00 Item
Book Number: 16648
Keywords: Origin of the Bible