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  • The Justification of a Sinner, and Satan's Law-Suit with Him. In a dialogue between two men of different experiences by William Huntington
  • The Justification of a Sinner, and Satan's Law-Suit with Him. In a dialogue between two men of different experiences by William Huntington
  • The Justification of a Sinner, and Satan's Law-Suit with Him. In a dialogue between two men of different experiences by William Huntington
  • The Justification of a Sinner, and Satan's Law-Suit with Him. In a dialogue between two men of different experiences by William Huntington
  • The Justification of a Sinner, and Satan's Law-Suit with Him. In a dialogue between two men of different experiences by William Huntington
  • The Justification of a Sinner, and Satan's Law-Suit with Him. In a dialogue between two men of different experiences by William Huntington
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The Justification of a Sinner, and Satan's Law-Suit with Him. In a dialogue between two men of different experiences by William Huntington

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3 works by William Huntington's, the 18th-century English preacher.

including The Justification of a Sinner, and Satan's lawsuit with him (1827), The Mystery of Godliness (1809), and lastly The Way and The Fare of a Wayfaring Man (1832).

Of the three works that are bounded into this one leather-bound book, The Way and The Fare is not complete. The last half of the work is completely missing, it goes as far as the history and mystery of Abraham's entertainment. Everything after that is missing.

There's a lot of repairs done to some of the pages in this book. Mostly because the pages have some missing pieces that need to be mended and they all do not bear any text so the content isn't affected by the repair.

There is one frontispiece on the Justification of a Sinner. No other illustration through this book.

Previous ownership marking on The Way and The Fare title page. No other markings within this entire book.

The cover is pretty worn out and there's a large chip at the head of the spine.

An acceptable copy at best.