New York: Alexander V. Blake, 1844. Hardcover. Inscribed by Charles E. West who revised, enlarged, and adapted the work for the use of Classical & Theological Students (from title page). Joseph Butler published his most-celebrated work, The Analogy of Religion, Natural and Revealed, to the Constitution and Course of Nature, attacking Deist writers whose approach to God consisted in arguing rationally from nature rather than from faith in the doctrine of revelation.
Volume is abridged and arranged in Hobart's analysis of the work, being questions with answers. A Summary of the subject included by George W. Craufurd.
CONDITION: Hardbound quarter brown publishers cloth, gold title on chipped and rubbed spine. Corners are worn, head and tail of spine tattered with missing areas, spotting evident on both covers. Binding is sound, leaves age toned. Inscription on front endpaper. xiii, Preface, 171 pp. followed by eight pages of book catalogue. Full refund if not satisfied. Very Good / No Jacket.