Published as his first volume of sermons, William Sheridan was deprived of his bishopric as he declined to take the Oath of Allegiance to William III and Mary II. Written in 1704, these Discourses were probably written after he had removed himself to London, and as a means to raise income. The chapter Of the Martyrdom of King Charles I
Scarce. Estc T91096, to which this collates. Re-issued as 'Practical Discourses' in 1720 as vol 1 of 2. Held by 14 UK libraries and by 6 in North America.
Author W Sheridan, Lord Bishop of Kilmore and Ardagh (depriv'd)
Binding Contemporary calf, ornate gilt design to both boards, spine five raised bands with title and elaborate gilt decoration.
Publisher R Smith at the Angel and Bible without Temple Bar
Condition Fair, front board detached, rear board held by one cord, text black firm, pages slightly browned, pages are crisp.
Pages , 384