SOCINIANISM IN SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY ENGLAND
Oxford: Clarendon, 1951. FIRST EDITION. Hardcover with Dust Jacket. viii, 352pp. 12mo, navy cloth, gilt spine lettering. Numeral notation to head of FFEP in pen, light bump to center head of rear cover, otherwise very fresh and sharp; DJ unclipped, extremities a bit rubbed, spine faintly toned, crisp and clean otherwise in mylar wrap. NEAR FINE / NEAR FINE. Item #1050
From the flap: "The book fills a considerable gap in English religious history, and besides containing matters of bibliographical importance, describes factors, hitherto largely neglected, in the growth of rationalism and religious freedom." The seminal monograph on the origins of what became Unitarianism. Scarce in any state.