Religious Tracts dispersed by the Society for Promoting of Christian Knowledge

By: Society for Promoting of Christian Knowledge - SPCK

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(Society for Promoting of Christian Knowledge). [Religious Tracts dispersedby the Society for Promoting of Christian Knowledge]. London : C. And J. R ivington, 1820-1828. Various paginations. Large 12mo, full tree calf, maroon leather title block to spine with gilt lettering and trim, gilt dentelles, embossed to the front "Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge". Being a collection of eleven individual tracts (with the first two being of nautical interest) consisting of : WOODWARD, Josiah. The Seaman's Monitor; or, Advice to Sea-faring Men. With reference to their Behavior before, in, and after their Voyage. With Prayers for their use. Also an Address to the Officers and Seamen in His Majesty's Royal Navy. With a Caution to profane Swearers, and a seasonable Admonition against Mutiny and Piracy. London : F.C. and J. Rivington, 1820. A New Edition. Pp. (2), [3]-52. Prayers include: A Prayer to be used before a Voyage; A Prayer to be used by a Person at Sea; APrayer in a Storm; A Thanksgiving after a Storm; A Thanksgiving when safel y arrived at any Port. -bound with- An Old Chaplain's Farewell Letter. London : C. and J. Rivington, 1825. A New Edition. Pp. (2),[3]-32. -bound with-WOODWARD, Josiah. The Soldier's Monitor; being Serious Advice to Soldiers, to behave themselves with a Just Regard to Religion and True Manhood. Lond on : C. and J. Rivington, 1823. Thirteenth Edition. Pp. (2),[3]-44. -bound with- SECKER, Thomas. The Duties of the Sick, stated and enforced. A New Edition, with a preface, a few variations, and additions by Thomas Stevens. London : C. and J. Rivington, 1824. Pp. (2), [3]-45,(3). -bound with- STANHOPE, George. Meditation and Prayers for Sick Persons. London : C. and J. Rivington, 1828. A New Edition. Pp. (2), [3]-44,(4). -bound with- STONHOUSE,James. Friendly Advice to A Patient: calculated more particularly for the Useof the Sick belonging to the Infirmaries. As well as the Out-patients, as those within the House; Though the greatest Part is suitable and of equal Service to Every Sick Person. London : C. and J. Rivington, 1824. Twenty-second Edition. Pp. (2), [iii]-iv, [1]-40, (4). -bound with- STONHOUSE, James.Admonitions against Swearing, Sabbath-breaking, and Drunkenness, designed for the Benefit of Such as are Guilty of One or More of these Vices. London: C. and J. Rivington, 1828. Twenty-eighth Edition. Pp. (2), [3]-8. -bound with- TRAVELL, F. T. The Duties of the Poor; particularly in the education of their Children; in an Address from a Minister to his Parishoners. Londo n : C. and J. Rivington, 1827. Fourteenth Edition. Pp. (2), [3]-28. -bound with- WOODWARD, Josiah. A Kind Caution to Profane Swearers. London : C. andJ. Rivington, 1827. A New Edition, corrected. Pp. (2), [3]-8. -bound with- WOODWARD, Josiah. A Dissuasive from the Sin of Drunkenness. London : C. an d J. Rivington, 1827. A New Edition. Pp. (1), [2]-11,(1). -bound with- The Young Woman's Monitor: shewing the Great Happiness of early piety, and the Dreadful Consequence of Forsaking the Path of Virtue. London : C. and J. Rivington, 1827. Eighteenth Edition. Pp. (2), [3]-12. Lacking most of spine, covers badly worn and detached, parochial lending library bookplate, lacking title page, internally good to very good. As is. 85.00

Title: Religious Tracts dispersed by the Society for Promoting of Christian Knowledge

Author Name: Society for Promoting of Christian Knowledge - SPCK

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Publisher: C. And J. Rivington, London, 1820,:

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Keywords: ANGLICAN ROYAL NAVY SAILORS SEAMEN THEOLOGY NAVAL TRACTS BRTIISH ENGLISH NAUTICAL CHAPLAINCY SEAFARING SPCK HISTORY,