The Psalms of David, According to the Version Approved by the Church of Scotland, Glasgow, 1797
2 x 18th Century Christian texts bound as one:
The Psalms of David, According to the Version Approved by the Church of Scotland, Glasgow, 1797. Printed for the Booksellers, Glasgow. 360pp.
Translations and Paraphrases, In Verse, of Several Passages of Scared Scripture.; Collected and Prepared by a Committee of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, In Order to be Sung in Churches. Printed and Sold by J. Dickson, Printer to the church of Scotland, 1797. vi + 7-99pp + 103-106pp Index.
Overall, in good condition, despite faults. Cover is in full calf leather, with an improvised spine of the same material used to strengthen the book. Inner joint at rear cover is open. Rubbed, scuffed and bumped.
At both beginning and end of the book are several pages of dense script written in the early 18th Century. Text is age toned, but clearly legible throughout, but with later annotations in pink and blue pencil, and ink at rear index. Some corner creasing.
An uncommon Scottish Bible variant.
Text in English.
Weight approximately 240g (unpacked).
Approximately 140mm high x 94mm wide x 29mm deep.