A Concordance To the Holy Scriptures; With the Various Readings both in Text and Margine. In A more exact Method then hath hitherto been extant
Samuel Newman was a clergyman in colonial Massachusetts whose concordance of the Bible, first published in London in 1643, surpassed any previous work of its kind. This 1662 edition is the first to have this title. The concordance was reprinted at least as late as 1889, almost 250 years after its first publication.
Publisher: Printed by John Field, Printer to the Universitie
Date Published: 1662
Place Published: Cambridge
Dust Jacket: No
Jacket Condition: n/a
Details: Unpaginated. 30 cm. Full leather binding with raised bands. Black spine label with gold lettering. Binding chipped and worn. Hinges cracked and loosening. Lacking endpapers. Label residue, pencil jottings on page opposite title. Occasional ink marks. Bottom corner of first page of preface chipped. Minor thumbing, foxing, and staining.