Sheol; or Between Death and Resurrection.
A rare tract on Hell from a Baltimore pulpit
From his pulpit at the Chapel of the Holy Cross, Baltimore, Protestant Episcopalian Rev. Griswold issues this tract on the meaning of Hell to his faith. The tract is rare with one copy known at AAS.
This Baltimore imprint can be associated with bookseller George Lycett at 44 Lexington Street. Works published under the Lycett name appear short-lived. His address is found to be synonymous with George Lycett’s Church Book-Store and The Episcopal Church Bookstore.
Description: Sheol; or Between Death and Resurrection.
Baltimore: George Lycett, 44 Lexington Street. 1870. 18pp.Self-titled wrappers, a thin yellow paper strip serves as the spine. Light soil; small closed tear to title-leaf; very good.