Some Motives and Incentives to the Love of God. Pathetically Discours'd of in a Letter to a Friend. Robert BOYLE.

Some Motives and Incentives to the Love of God. Pathetically Discours'd of in a Letter to a Friend.

London: Edw. Jones, 1692.

174 pages, slim 12mo, handsomely rebound in full brown polished calf, blind stamped pattern on both covers and red leather spine labels. In the Savoy: Printed by Edw. Jones, for Henry Herringman, London, 1692. Seventh Edition. Near fine.

The text was written by Boyle when he was but 22 years old and is in the form of a letter addressed to Lindamor, 'a learned youth, well-born and well-bred.' It was suggested that this imaginary character, who appears in a number of Boyle's writings, was in fact no other than Boyle himself. (Fulton, p.3).

Binding: Hardcover
Condition: Near Fine
Language: English

Price: $850.00

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