Boston: Crocker and Brewster, 1831.
Second Boston Edition. Leather bound. "The Rev. William Jay (6 May 1769 – 27 December 1853) was an English nonconformist divine who preached for sixty years at Argyle Chapel in Bath. He is considered to be one of the most eminent English Congregationalist preachers of Regency England; one of the first Independents or Congregationalists to articulate the Great Awakening or Religious Revival championed by George Whitfield and John Wesley."
In this book Jay assigns a verse from the Bible for each day of the year, offering his thoughts on the scripture as a meditation for the reader on that day. Crocker and Brewster Very good. Item #10985
Octavo, nicely rebound in gilt labeled 1/4 leather over marbled card boards, 333 pages + adverts + 396 pages. Intermittent foxing else very good.