JUDAS THE TRAITOR HUNG UP IN CHAINS, TO GIVE WARNING TO PROFESSORS, THAT THEY BEWARE OF WORLDLYMINDEDNESS AND HYPOCRISY: A DISCOURSE, CONCLUDING WITH A DIALOGUE; PREACHED AT YORK IN NEW-ENGLAND.
New Haven: Printed for the Widow Sarah Diodate, 1761. 39pp, sewn as issued [loosening], untrimmed and partly uncut, lightly worn and spotted. Very Good. "In this issue there is no comma after 'worldlymindedness' and the pastor's surname is spelt 'Moodey'." [ESTC]. In the other issue, the author''s name is spelled 'Moody.'
The two Boston printings in 1714 are rare. Sarah Diodate [1689-1764] was an early woman bookseller, about whom little is known. She is buried in New Haven's famous Grove Street Cemetery, across the street from what is now the Yale Law School.
Evans 8931. ESTC W42278. Trumbull [supp.] 2412. Not in Hudak. Item #38770
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