Alexander Arscott; Some Considerations Relating to the Present State of the Christian Religion, Wherein, The Principal Evidence of the Christian Religion is farther Explain'd and Defended; In answer to the Objections made against It in a late Vindication of the Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry: With an Appendix, Containing Some Remarks on a Passage in the Second Volume of Bishop Burnet's History of his Own Times, Part III; London, Printed and Sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at the Bible in George-Yard, Lombard-street, 1734, First Printing. Disbound 12mo (18 cm), viii, 124 pp with ad, modern paper cover with endpaper attached to rear (or divider for several small books previously bound together). Printed by Tace Sowle during the 15 years she worked alone after her husband, Thomas Raylton. died. The company name referred to her late mother, Jane Sowle. The appendix discusses the late George Keith (see his book, item 2580), who left the Quakers and became an Anglican minister. Good: Ex-library with stickers on storage sleeve (not on book) and markings on title page, outermost pages lightly rubbed and tanned, foxing on edges, inner pages fairly bright.