|Dimensions||12 × 18 × 3.5 cm|
Full tree calf. Red title plate with gilt banding and title.
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This is a book for reading. One asks if Life has changed that much!
Matthias Morrice (1684- ) minister to a dissenting congregations in Wales: Henllan, Rhydyceisiaid, and Glandwr. He was seized as a ranting preacher and delivered into the hands of a press gang. He was rescued from this situation by friend settled in the independent church at Rowell in Northamptonshire, where he spent the remainder of his days. He wrote a number of books, “But his principal performance is Social Religion exemplified, which was a work of time. It hath been said, and it is highly probable, that though the names in this book are feigned, many of the characters were real; and that while he was giving an ideal representation of the church at Caerludd, or London, he had a reference to many real facts that had fallen under his own notice, and in which he was personally concerned.”.
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