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From: "Michael Nott" <>
Subject: [Ess] Spurgeon item on ebay
Date: Tue, 18 Dec 2007 21:23:20 -0000
Saw this item on ebay. Seem to recall there are Spurgeon hunters out there
is Essex land, and this is a chance to own something directly connected to
them. I am not connected in any way, shape or form with the seller.
Item number: 220183044792
The Saints Everlasting Rest: or a Treatise on the Blessed State of the
Saints in their Enjoyment of God in Glory Wherin is Shewed its Excellency
and Certainty the Misery of those that lost it; the way to Attain it -
7th Edition Revised by the Author London Thomas Underhill and Francis Tyton,
at the three Daggers on Fleet-street 1669
4to xxv+836pp+ Table. Printed and engraved frontispiece.
Superb New Light Tan Full Calf, new end papers.
UNABRIDGED 10th EDITION of the famous puritans most popular work. 'The
Saints Everlasting Rest' is a classic of English theology. "A masterpiece of
style" (Encyc. Brit.).
Baxter was a leading puritan and non-conformist, he suffered for his beliefs
after the Restoration but continued to produce a stream of pamphlets and
ASSOCIATION COPY - Pasted onto the title is a sticker the size of a posrage
stamp. J. S. Spurgeon, Draper & Grocer Sible Hedingham.
I cannot prove this is the famous family but they lived in the same area and
it is a high probability they were related to the great preacher.
J S Spurgeon certainly owned the same sort of books that Charles Haddon
[ A John S Spurgeon was born about 1836 and lived in Sible Hedingham in
1851, A Joseph Steward Spurgeon married Rebecca born about 1802 in Essex
and lived in Sible Hedingham, in 1861]
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