SHUTE, Josiah Sarah and Hagar: or, Genesis the sixteenth chapter opened, in XIX sermons. Being the first legitimate essay of the pious labours of that learned, orthodox, and indefatigable preacher of the gospel, Mr Josias Shute, B.D. and above three and thirty yeers rector S. Mary Wollnoth, in Lombard-street, London. Published according to his own original manuscripts, circumspectly examined, and faithfully transcribed, by Edward Sparke, B.D. of Clare-Hall in Cambridge, and rector of S. Martins Iron-monger-lane, London. Published by London : printed for J.L. and Humphrey Moseley, at the signe of the Princes Arms in Pauls Church-yard, 1649., 1649
Small folio. 29cm x 20cm. Portrait facing title page. 26+208pp. Minor marks. A very good crisp copy with large margins. New half morocco. Wing S3716. A scarce work and mentioned by Spurgeon as a useful commentary on a fragment of Genesis – though an important one.