FELLOWS, John. ~ Grace Triumphant. A sacred Poem, in nine Dialogues; wherein the utmost Power of Nature, Reason, Virtue, and the Liberty of the human Will, to administer Comfort to the awakened Sinner, are impartially weighed and considered... A New Edition. London: ‘Printed for Alex Hogg... and G. Keith, [ 1778?]
12mo (170 × 98 mm), pp. vii, , x-xi, 143; adverts printed to verso of title (and showing through on title); early ownership inscription ‘N. Wynn’ to title and an early stamp ‘J. Jones’ to preliminary blank; contemporary sprinkled calf, gilt, sides with leafy border, spine gilt in compartments with repeated lyre tools, unlettered; very slightly rubbed; bookplate of Robert Chambre Vaughan, Burlow Hall (Shropshire). An attractive copy.
A lovely copy of this rare edition of Fellows’s best-known work, first printed at Birmingham in 1770, with several subsequent editions. On the verso of the title is an advertisement for The History of the Holy Bible: ‘Just published, by the same author’. This edition not in Jackson; ESTC: BL only of this edition.