The Heart of Man, either a Temple of God or a Habitation of Satan

The Heart of Man, either a Temple of God or a Habitation of Satan

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Gossner, Johannes. Carlisle, PA: Moser & Peters, 1826. Decorative paper boards. 16mo. 56pp. Illustrated with 10 plates. Previous owner's signature on flyleaf, dated 1830. "Translated from the Fourth German Edition." Part of pg 9 missing. Several amateur crude repairs with invisible tape. Endpapers detached from boards - front endpaper nearly loose. Tears to pages throughout. Else good. In mylar.

"Calculated to awaken and promote a Christian Disposition"

What lurks in the hearts of men? Goats, toads, and tortoises if you're bad; a fish and some bread if you're not, according to this book's gorgeous plates. I know which I'm choosing.

Quite scarce. OCLC locates 2 copies.

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